The reading program for
students of all abilities
Every student takes a placement test to ensure they’re starting at their level. Lessons they’ve outgrown will be unavailable, encouraging them to continue their development and discover additional lessons and activities.
Personalise student learning further by assigning tasks. You can refresh your student’s learning, pull them back a little, or push them on to new challenges.
You can assign ‘driving tests’ to see how your students are progressing with sight words,
phonic skills and content words in a fun and interactive way.
View results of the whole class or individual students in your dashboard. The reporting dashboard allows you to manage lessons, see where students are in their programs, and update student placements.
My favourite feature is the ‘placement test’…this shows exactly where the children are and where they should be working, linking them to lessons which are right for their level – it’s a really good tool.Diane Kenny, Year 2 Teacher Brookdale Primary School, Greasby on the Wirral
One of the key benefits of Reading Eggs is that it provides individualised learning, based on the child’s reading ability. This has particular impact in a school like ours which has high levels of transience and English as an Additional Language. There are a wide range of activities for each ability level and certainly enough to keep children engaged for a whole academic year. Reading Eggs provides an alternative way of learning that is personalised to the pupil’s needs.Lawrence Keel, Headteacher The Kilburn Park Foundation School, London borough of Brent
The teacher reports are extremely helpful, showing overall Lexile gain, but also allowing me to see at a glance which phonics sounds each child has covered. I can then assess as to where further intervention may be necessary. The placement tests are also great in helping to set the level correctly for each individual – it simply means we can spend more time directly supporting each pupil…one child who needs extensive support in class has been able to learn independently and flourish using Reading Eggs.Mrs. Currier, Learning Support Assistant Park Wood Junior School, Kent
Teachers can monitor students individually – checking, for example, how many games they have played, their vocabulary and the last three books they have read. They can also set particular books or lessons to move a pupil on to a more difficult stage and are also supplied with suggested classroom and homework activities.Zohra Benotmane, Assistant Head Snowsfield Primary School, London