Debbie Hepplewhite of the Reading Reform Foundation has launched her own site promoting the use of Synthetic Phonics as the most effective method of teaching reading and spelling.
Access to Debbie's considerable expertise in the area of literacy and phonics teaching are available through her training seminars and INSET training days around the UK.
Frontline Phonics has helped thousands of children to read over the past 15 years. Opening up the world to a child by teaching them to read is one of the most rewarding experiences you can have. The Frontline Phonics Assessment will give you insights into your child's reading readiness.
The Fun Family Phonics program helps you teach your children to read with colorful interactive stories and aids that make learning fun and easy. Join Detective Dave Fun as he discovers phonetic clues in the world around him and teaches his younger siblings how to discover the wonderful enjoyment of reading.
Phonics Plus Five is the only system that teaches
your child ALL SIX skills needed for reading success
Phonics is THE path to reading. But traditional phonics is not enough. Success in reading calls upon five other essential areas
Designed for children from 4 to 10 years of age, this amazingly effective and easy-to-use program also benefits older children who are experiencing difficulties in reading, writing and comprehension.
Provides resources and offers software products designed to help adults and children improve up to three reading levels. Effective in helping those with learning disabilities such as dyslexia learn how to read. Also successful with ESL readers.
There are schools in both the state and private sectors, where for many years, virtually every child has achieved consistently high levels of reading, writing and spelling skills. These schools share a common method of synthetic phonics teaching.
Most people have heard of The Phonics Game. This Learn to Read program is an improved version and is a hands-on program that parents can use with their children to actively teach them to read. It uses phonics instruction, a number of audio tapes, games, flash cards, and more.