Improve your students’ reading ability.

Being able to read is an essential skill, and reading proficiency is assessed in national standardised tests for school students periodically from a young age. Reading skills and reading fluency are crucial elements to develop in students of all ages. To learn more about how LiteracyPlanet can improve your students' reading skills, click here for an obligation-free demonstration.

Key features of reading exercises

  • Engaging, colorful digital texts over numerous subject categories.
  • Hundreds of extracts to improve reading fluency.
  • Audio support for students.
  • Extracts also provide comprehension questions.
  • Options suitable for all ages.

Tested and proven

"The study found by using LiteracyPlanet children who were poor readers made gains in their reading attainment that were significant."

Professor Genevieve McArthur, Macquarie University.

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How to teach reading with LiteracyPlanet

Reading is an essential skill for students of all ages, with reading proficiency being assessed nationally from a young age. So if your students’ reading skills need improvement, LiteracyPlanet’s reading exercises are designed to help.

Based on the concept of gamification, where game-related principles are applied in non-game contexts, our exercises use reading games to keep your students engaged while they learn.

Key features include:

  • Colourful digital texts covering numerous subject categories.
  • Hundreds of extracts to improve reading fluency, with comprehension questions included.
  • Audio support.
  • Options suitable for all ages.
  • Easily trackable progress using LiteracyPlanet software.
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Improve reading and other skills

As well as improving their reading skills, LiteracyPlanet’s gamified learning environment encourages important Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) skills such as perseverance, resilience, self-management and responsible decision-making.

Learning outcomes are aligned with syllabus requirements and LiteracyPlanet’s reading exercises have been found to be particularly useful for students needing to catch up on their reading levels.

Studies by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) and Macquarie University's Department of Cognitive Science both found that using LiteracyPlanet with those classed as poor readers can have significant treatment effects.

To learn more about how LiteracyPlanet can improve your students' reading skills, click here for an obligation-free demonstration.

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