Improve your students' pre-reading skills.

Reading is a complex cognitive process of decoding symbols to derive meaning, and it involves skills that children can learn from a very young age. Pre-reading skills establish the foundation for young learners to start their journey on the road to becoming fluent readers. To learn more about how LiteracyPlanet can improve your students' pre-reading skills, click here for an obligation-free demonstration.

Key pre-reading features

  • Colourful, interactive content that’s highly engaging.
  • Easy to follow, providing clear, immediate feedback.
  • Develops visual skills.
  • Helps establish sequencing patterns.
  • Solidifies mastery of the alphabet.

Tested and proven

"Scientific studies show that learning depends on attention, repetition and immediate feedback. LiteracyPlanet provides this in a highly entertaining and rewarding environment that motivates children."

Professor Genevieve McArthur, Macquarie University.

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How to read efficiently and effectively with LiteracyPlanet

Reading involves skills that children can learn from a very young age. Pre-reading skills such as recognition of names, letters and sounds can establish the foundation for young learners to start their journey on the road to becoming fluent readers.

If you want to give your young learners the best possible start, LiteracyPlanet’s pre-reading exercises can help. Comprised of colourful, interactive content that’s highly engaging, these exercises offer a range of benefits including.

  • Developing visual skills.
  • Helping to establish sequencing patterns.
  • Solidifying mastery of the alphabet.
  • Teaching techniques for improving reading speed and efficiency.
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Improving reading skills with LiteracyPlanet

The learning outcomes of our pre-reading exercises are aligned with syllabus requirements and you can monitor and track learners’ progress using LiteracyPlanet software. The easy to follow exercises also provide young learners with clear and immediate feedback, which along with attention and repetition is a crucial element of learning.

Several studies, including one by Macquarie University, have found that LiteracyPlanet exercises produce noticeable improvements in performance, so if you’d like to learn more about how we can help to improve your students' pre-reading skills, click here for an obligation-free demonstration.

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