ABC Reading Eggs – Review + Giveaway!

May 20, 2015

Reading is one of my great loves in life, and one I hope my children follow in my footsteps with. From a young age we buy them books and either my husband or myself read to them at night until they start reading independently. As Master 2 approaches his third birthday next month he is showing more interest in reading before bedtime, picking his book and listening before he falls asleep. His interest in the iPad and home computer is also increasing by the day.

Reading Eggs is an online world where children learn to read, offering one on one individual lessons that allow children to progress at their own rate. Reading Eggs combines reading – an important skill for all children with playing and working on the computer, enabling them to have fun while learning at the same time.



Developed by highly experienced educational teachers, developers and writers, the ABC Reading Eggs Program focuses on a core reading curriculum of sight words and phonics, supporting what children learn at school. Fun games, songs, interactive animations with rewards included makes it a fun learning experience for children and has them asking for more.

I trialled Reading Eggs on Master almost 3 and he loved it. By the end of his first lesson he could pick the letter “M” out on the iPad which surprised me as I had not started teaching him his letters yet.

Reading Eggs offers a free online trial – click here.

To check the pricing see here. Reading Eggs also has book packs, activity books, CD-ROMS and flash cards – browse the range here.

Thanks to ABC Reading Eggs I have a 6 month online subscription to give away. To enter, click on the link below.

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  • Reply Emma Nunes May 20, 2015 at 11:38 pm

    Same here, big readers in this house hold here’s hoping the passion is passed on.

  • Reply Melissa Woods May 29, 2015 at 6:04 am

    My love of reading is passed on with both my kids. As I home school, this would be so benefitial to my children.

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