Learning To Read And Spell Can Be An Easy Three Step Process

1. Start with writing that makes it easy for children to see what speech sounds look like.
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2. Advance to greatly simplified pictures which are easily handwritten but still cue speech sounds. For example the red dot on the "b" is the boot's spur.
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3. Progress to text written with grapheme-phoneme pairings to learn English spelling easily and quickly.
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FREE! Options To Get You Started

The Engelese® NewRead® learning series makes it easy to get started. We already provide three free iPad® apps on the App Store and soon we will be adding a free PDF booklet for download from this web site. These free offerings can be used to provide a comprehensive set of exercises for both beginning and intermediate readers. Paid programs can then be added for a complete learning experience.


FREE apps for the iPad®

  • Making Words helps a beginning reader recognize and use the Engelese® sound symbols.    click to learn more…
  • Word Play teaches how to speak, read and write simple words from specific word lists.    click to learn more…
  • Billy Goats Gruff is a pop-up story that presents words as dynamic audio and visual elements.    click to learn more…