Reading Eggs is an online programme that’s designed to help children learn how to read.
At First Class Coders HQ, we've had free access for one month now and my youngest child thinks it is fantastic.
We think its great too as she is motivated to learn and continues to build key literacy skills that will help with her upcoming SAT's and beyond.
Reading eggs supports each child’s learning by offering individual, one-on-one lessons. The online lessons allow your child to progress at their own rate, gradually building their reading confidence and rewarding them at every step of the way.
You can now access it for free until August 2022 via Merton Library Service.
To sign up to Reading Eggs pop into your local Merton Library.
They will sign your child up with their Merton library card.
Once registered login to at https://readingeggs.co.uk/ or download the Reading Eggs app on your device.
There are 4 areas in Reading Eggs:
Fast Phonics (for ages 4-7) is designed for students who are learning to read using systematic synthetic phonics as the key strategy, helping them to sound out words. Children explore peaks, full of fun activities and decodable reading books, along with the yeti and friends.
Reading eggs (for ages 4-7) makes learning to read interesting and engaging for kids, with great online reading games and activities. Children love the games, songs, golden eggs and other rewards which, along with feeling proud of their reading, really motivate children to keep exploring and learning.
Reading Eggspress (for ages 6-13) is designed for the older readers and provides them with a unique and effective learning environment where they can improve their English language and comprehension skills in a way that is both exciting and relevant.
The Library (for ages 4-13) Includes over 2500 online books for children of all reading levels.
This is a wonderful opportunity to access this fun learning resource for free. We hope you enjoy using Reading Eggs as much as we do, if you don't and if you wish to cancel your subscription at any time, contact your local library or email email@example.com. Access will automatically be stopped after 3 months of inactivity.