What Parents Say

"My children really enjoy LiteracyPlanet, and with a son and a daughter I'm impressed with how it appeals to both genders.

It's exceptional in the way it extends and stimulates their minds, while being fun and dynamic, and it's a brilliant tool to consolidate what they're learning in the classroom."

Georgie Gardner, journalist and mother of two.

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K. Shierlaw

"My son loves LiteracyPlanet – so much that when he gets home from school he no longer asks 'Mum, can I watch TV?' now he asks 'Mum, can I play LiteracyPlanet?'. The program has totally engaged him. The rewards built into the program keep him motivated and wanting to achieve more. Since he started using LiteracyPlanet we have noticed his vocabulary has increased and his spelling has improved."

M. Jeffery

"My child is so enthusiastic about this program. We have spent money on a lot of other programs but he will use them for a little while and then loses interest. Now he begs us to stay up an extra hour at night so he can do more reading and word finds on LiteracyPlanet. We are very happy."

J. Tierney

"I am so thrilled about this program. Jack rushed home to do his homework. I cannot believe it. He has never been keen to do any learning work when he gets home. Clever program!"

T. Lemasurier

"Our girls love LiteracyPlanet. I have to put a timer on so they still have to finish their other homework!"

S. White

"The program is fun and engaging - both my children ask to log on to LiteracyPlanet every day. My 9-year-old's spelling has improved tremendously, and it has increased my dyslexic 7-year-old's confidence and reading ability far beyond that produced by any of the other early interventions in which she's participated."

M. Tanner

"My oldest son has been going to reading group for two years, and earlier this year he started using LiteracyPlanet. My other son also started on LiteracyPlanet and has come up three reading levels in three months at school. Whilst my sons were on the program I realised that my 2 1/2 year old daughter was copying the lady's voice as she spoke. This was a major thing as she doesn't speak much due to a hearing problem. However I started sitting her at the computer in front of level 1 unit 1 of the phonics and she started repeating the vowels and consonants. I am not sure how much she is absorbing but the fact that she is repeating the tutorial is great on a speech level, and the sitting and concentrating for that few minutes is also great."

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Grace, Year 3

“I like the way it’s fun and you’re learning at the same time and don’t even know it!”

Alex, Year 2

"I really like LiteracyPlanet. Even though I have learnt a lot at school there are still some things that I need to improve."

Marina, Year 4

"I like LiteracyPlanet because it is a fun place to learn. I really enjoy the different spelling games, they help me improve my spelling skills."

Tristan, Year 6

"I think LiteracyPlanet is cool because you are learning while enjoying. My favourite part of LiteracyPlanet is spelling. It has helped me spell a lot better."

Georgia, Year 3

“I like it because there are different types of learning. I like it how there are little trophies and if you don’t get one right you can try again to get a Gold one.”

 

Michael, Year 6

"LiteracyPlanet is awesome! It feels like just playing on a computer game but I'm learning. Phonics is my best part because I've earned all the trophies. I can see straight away that I am doing better."

Riley, Year 9

“LiteracyPlanet is awesome. It makes learning fun.”

Evelyn, Year 3

“I like LiteracyPlanet because you get to play all different games not just the same types. You also get points and if you’re lucky enough you can also get onto the leaderboard. I also enjoy spinning the Prize Wheel and hope to get the Treasure Chest.”

Jesse, Year 4

"I love LiteracyPlanet. I like playing cool games that help my English!"

Eva, Year 2

"I like LiteracyPlanet because it makes learning fun! I like the word search and all the stories I can read."