Sunday, June 24, 2012

Reading Eggs Review

My son graduates from kindergarten this week. I can't believe how quickly this year has gone by. He has learned so much at his charter school, especially his reading skills, that I hope to maintain it over the summer. I don't want him to get lazy just because he's off for 2 months. So when I was given the opportunity to review Reading Eggs, I jumped at the chance.
Reading Eggs, is an online learn to read program for children 3-13 years of age. It makes learning fun by using interactive games, songs & rewards.
The Reading Eggs program focuses on a core reading curriculum of phonics and sight words using skills and strategies essential for sustained reading success. It completely supports what children learn at school and will help to improve your child’s results at school.

My son took an assessment test so the site could find his appropriate level. I thought that was great because it instilled the idea that not ever 5 year old is on the same level. Each child is different in their learning stages. Once he was given his level, he quickly began using the site. He was pleased that he knew many of the answers & gained rewards. He was excited to begin a new level & venture to new activities.

I am looking forward to working with my son this summer on reading eggs. I appreciate a site that is safe for him to use on his own especially since he's only 6. I love how the site keeps track of his progress. I'm eager to see how much he continues to learn from using it.
You can purchase a 6 month subscription for a low price of $49.95. I suggest using the FREE trial to see if this is a site for your child. There's no credit card required. Try it now & I'm sure you're going to love it!

Disclosure: I was not compensated for this post. I was given a 3 month trial subscription for my review. All opinions expressed are my own.


GraGra said...

You may also be interested to look at . ZooWhiz is a new FREE online learning system for kids aged 5 – 15. It covers maths, reading, spelling, punctuation and grammar. It’s free to use at home and school. Kids parents and teachers are really enthusiastic about it and our user base is growing rapidly.

Lisa said...

I'm going to have to have my son check this out. He just turned 5.

Carmen said...

I have my younger kids with The Reading Kingdom.

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