Online TVP Resources

Games for Learning Trainertext Visual Phonics

*These games are all designed for desktop/laptop use only*

Our popular Super Search (character-mode) helps children learn the trainertext character by spotting it in a crowd. 

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Character Paintball gives your child target practice while learning the trainertext characters!

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Our Trainertext Creator allows you to type in words, and get the trainertext visual phonics characters encoding. You can then press ctrl+P to print! Great for single words or spelling lists from school.

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Our Secret Message Writer gives kids great practice forming words just using the characters – no letters allowed! Perfect for learning the image set, and working on decoding/blending.

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Games for Decoding/Blending Practice

Our Nonsense Word Reader is perfect for those kids with a guessing habit! Helps refine decoding skills and its good for a laugh too!

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Super Search (sounds-mode) is perfect for developing auditory processing and blending strength, as children have to find an object that starts with a given sound.

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Another great one for eliminating guessing, Spotter asks you to match an image to a word… with lots of decoys in the mix!

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Games for Eye-Tracking Development

Mole Whacker is super fun, and also beneficial for eye-tracking (a crucial element of reading development).

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Free trial of the Easyread visual phonics intervention (a TVP course for struggling readers)

We offer a free 10-lesson trial of the Easyread visual phonics course for struggling readers ages 6+. That includes TVP games, a baseline assessment pinpointing the causes of difficulty, support from a reading specialist, and spy-themed prizes for your learner!

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