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The groundbreaking game that makes learning to read fun

  • Covers everything from letters and sounds to reading full sentences.
  • Designed in collaboration with leading academics.
  • Complements all synthetic phonics programmes used in schools.
  • Computer version is 100% free, forever.
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The kids absolutely love this game - and they're learning!

John Hole - Phase 1 Leader, Wray Common Primary School

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More about Teach Your Monster To Read

Teach your Monster to Read is a series of games that help children to master the key first stages of reading.

Combining top quality game design with essential learning, the games complement most systematic synthetic phonics programmes.

They have been designed in collaboration with leading academics from Roehampton University.

An Exciting Adventure in a Magical World

Create a monster and take it on an adventure through a magical world. Travel to exciting places, meet fun characters, play games and win prizes as your monster learns the first steps of reading.
Minigames help children to develop
speed and accuracy of letter
recognition.
Lots of blending, segmenting and tricky words.
Read for purpose with magical little books.
A great way to help your children to learn to read, and it's free.
I was stunned to see how much they enjoyed this. It blew me away.

Matt Lovegrove, Cippenham Primary School

Information for Teachers and Parents

Complements existing learning

For young children in the first stages of learning to read; both those who are on track and those who need extra support and motivation.

The series complements Phases 2-5 of Letters and Sounds and other major systematic synthetic phonics programmes.

Keeps children focused on rehearsing and consolidating what they learn in school.

Easy and Secure

The series takes children on a journey through the graphemes; rehearsing recognition, blending and segmenting with each one.

Children rehearse tricky words, plus reading whole sentences and captions.

Can be played independently by children either in school or at home.

Each child has their own login so the game can track their progress over time.

This is a fun and engaging way to help your child learn to read. My son warmed to the game quickly and didn't want to stop playing it!

Sarah Fox, mum to Leon aged 5