Monday, 5 September 2016

Reading Eggs Learn to Read #Competition

I have teamed up with Reading Eggs to share the news of their latest fantastic offer. Timed with the return of the new school year you can now get 5 weeks free if you go through to the following Reading Eggs link.  I promise you will notice an improvement in your child’s reading, the programme is aimed for children 3-13 years old, so it would be silly to let this opportunity pass you by if you have children in that age range!  Reading Eggs is used in 16,000 primary schools worldwide, so you see it’s not just me that’s singing its praises; those schools obviously see the merits too.  Even if your child can read following the carefully tailored lessons will help them become more fluent and increase their vocabulary.


With the boys back at school I want to focus on their learning again, a little bit at home can do wonders for their progression at school and the Reading Eggs concept is so colourful and entertaining that children naturally love it and are eager to learn.  We have been quite relaxed over the holidays but I know we need to do a bit more now, reading and spelling nothing too complex just those basic skills on which all knowledge can be built on!

Reading Eggs played a big role in helping the boys learn to read, youngest especially was more of a challenge because bless him he would get easily frustrated with his efforts, fortunately Reading Eggs seemed fun to him so that made a huge difference.  Now he happily reads and it’s wonderful to see, it has increased his confidence and his sense of pride in his achievement.  At the weekend we saw him stand up and read in front of a small group of children – he seemed so content in himself, that he managed that!  Spending time with your child helping them learn to read is invaluable.


It can seem quite daunting when you first start out encouraging your child to read, but I found Reading Eggs has been designed in such a way children want to progress (partly to see what will pop out of the egg next!).  It is pitched perfectly to draw them in, with funny songs and amusing animations. 

I also have a 12 months subscription to Reading Eggs to giveaway if you would like to enter please fill out the form below by the 30th of September.

Win a 12 month subscription to Reading Eggs

39 comments:

  1. yes my daughter uses it at school

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  2. It looks really good, anything that gets them interested in reading is a hit with me!

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  3. ive not used it but would like to try

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  4. Never used it would be good for my step daughter

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  5. I haven't come across this product before but it looks like a useful tool to encourage young readers

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  6. I haven't used Reading eggs, but my friend has and she says it is great for school aged children x

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  7. Yes, we used it with my son when he was 3 & loved it!

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  8. I've looked into subscribing for my niece but didn't get around to it. I need to look into it again as I'm sure it would help her.

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  9. I would like my daughter to try this :)

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  10. I would love to try Reading Eggs for my son who has difficulty reading.

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  11. Anything that encourages children to read can only be a good thing

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  12. No, I haven't used it before.

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  13. Never used it but one of my sons loves books

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  14. Never used it before but it founds ace

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  15. Claire Elizabeth Noke9 September 2016 at 22:33

    Yes! my son is a massive fan of reading eggs :) ... he's on his second year subscription ... i'd love to win a subscription for his little sister, who has started school this time x

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  16. I have never used it before but have heard great things about it so i think my son would love to try it as he's really getting into his reading now

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  17. Never used them before but would love the prize to get started with my little one.

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  18. I've used this with my little boy, who is 2.5. yes I'm probably a little ambitious, but he's very forward. We did the free trial and he got pretty good at the little games on the earlier levels, which are more about what letter words start with etc than fully reading. I would like to see how far I can get him with this It would be lovely for him to be able to read before school, I know I could and it really helps you to get on in school!

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  19. I haven't ever tried it but have considered it before

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  20. I have heard of Reading Eggs but never used them

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  21. ive never tried them before, but having 2 toddlers aged 2 and 3 this would be perfect for them

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  22. Looks like a good idea

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  23. Have used before and my son loved it and made learning fun with the catchy sounds

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  24. Haven't used reading eggs but they look great, any thing that gets kids reading is great in my opinion

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  25. I have never used it before but have heard good things

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  26. my daughter used reading eggs and i'm sure she learnt to read with it, she leapt onto whole words after that. we home educate so she didn't do the school system of reading.

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  27. I have not used it but would like to give it a go

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  28. I haven't used it but it looks perfect for my wee man

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  29. Have never tried them before. But would love to, anything that can help my children is a huge plus

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  30. I've never used it before, but I've heard loads of good things about it.

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  31. I haven't used them, but they look fabulous for my younger school age grand children. Off to read more about them. x

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  32. I've never used it before but it sounds great.

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  33. We have used reading eggs before its a excellent learning tool my daughter enjoys it.

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  34. Not used it, but it looks like it would be great for my nephew.

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  35. Motivating way to assist children to learn.

    Rachel Craig

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  36. Never used it before. Looks really good

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