Fancy having a 30 Day Free Trial with Reading Eggs?
AD | 30 day Free Trial with Reading Eggs – We have well and truly left homeschooling behind (thank goodness for that) but one thing we have continued using is Reading Eggs for my five year old.
He started using Reading Eggs at the beginning of lockdown and has continued throughout. We have been way more relaxed this month so far but it’s great to have the option of giving him something both fun and educational to play as a way of winding down after a busy day.
A bit more info about Reading Eggs
Reading Eggs is a a multi-ward winning online programme for ages 2 to 13. It helps children learn to read through interesting and engaging games and activities.
Reading Eggs makes learning to read easy and fun for young kids and I know from personal experience that it really works!
The programme includes one‑on‑one lessons that match your child’s ability and features fun characters and songs as well as interactive animations.
My son particularly loves the rewards element to it and when he has earned enough ‘golden eggs’ through different reading related activities, he then gets to ‘spend’ his eggs on some of the much-loved games.
It is a wonderful motivational tool and it has been a lifesaver for me being able to let him play on Reading Eggs while I attend to my other two kids!
Not only does he feel proud of his reading, he also feels motivated to keep exploring and learning so that he can reach the next levels of Reading Eggs.
More info about Reading Eggs?
The interface and graphics are really colourful and professional and completely appealing to a child (and adult). I also find it quick and intuitive and overall we are really happy with Reading Eggs.
What about the 30 Day Free Trial with Reading Eggs?
I have teamed up with Reading Eggs to offer readers a 30 Day Free Trial. This is how we started our Reading Eggs journey too. The trial will give you enough time to see whether Reading Eggs is the right platform for you and your child. Sign up to your FREE TRIAL HERE and let me know what you think?
This is a collaborative post. As always, all thoughts are my own.