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Reading Eggs Makes Reading Fun

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of the Reading Eggs.

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We are avid readers in this family. It is my firm belief that reading opens up an entirely new world and makes you a much more rounded person. I love reading and so does my husband. We both started reading at young ages and I would pretty much love to always have a book in hand.

Literacy is extremely important to me and I try very hard to encourage my kids to read for an hour each day. However, I am very happy if they just get a half an hour in. What matters most is that they reading something they enjoy and that they are transported to a whole new world which in turn makes them much better students.

Did you know that learning to read can be easy and fun? We struggled with our youngest for years because she had a harder time learning to read than her siblings. We worked with her on a daily basis and really tried hard to make it fun for her. Then we discovered Reading Eggs.


Reading Eggs makes learning to read interesting and engaging for kids, with great online reading games and activities that really work! Reading Eggs has put a lot of effort into making children want to keep using the program without having to be pushed by the parent or teacher. Children love the games, songs, golden eggs, and other rewards, which, along with feeling proud of their reading, really motivate children to keep exploring and learning.

Why do children love Reading Eggs?

  • Learning at their own pace
  • Humor and play
  • Individualized learning
  • Rewards
  • Sense of achievement

My daughter has been using Reading Eggs for years and is such a great reader now. She started using it in school during Kindergarten. I remember her coming home to tell me that she used a website in class that she really loved.

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The world of Reading Eggs is a vast one. What I like about it is that it is so interactive and this makes it impossible for my child to get bored. There is always something for her to do. She enjoys repeating lessons, changing her character around, doing word puzzles, playing arcade games, reading short books and so much more. Check out all of the activities available for your child:

  • My Lessons: This is the heart of Reading Eggs – 120 reading lessons that travel through 12 exciting maps. Your child can repeat lessons to reinforce essential reading skills.
  • My House: Your child can change the appearance of their avatar, play arcade games, read Story Factory stories they have written, and view their awards and critters. Your child can decorate their house with their purchases from Reggie’s shop.
  • Skills Bank: The Skills Bank includes 96 carefully graded spelling lessons to develop your child’s spelling skills in a progressive sequence. Each lesson focuses on a 12 word-spelling list.
  • Driving Test Centre: This section consists of 45 tests covering sight words, phonics skills, and content-area vocabulary. When your child gets enough questions correct, they are rewarded with a racing car game.
  • Puzzle Park: Your child can complete 32 word puzzles that develop a range of reading skills.
  • Arcade: Contains 24 fun arcade games that your child can play using their golden eggs.
  • Reggie’s Store: Your child can change the look of their avatar and house by purchasing accessories with their golden eggs.
  • Storylands: Storylands contains 20 lessons, 140 activities, 20 wonderful books and heaps of rewards! Perfect for the child who has mastered their Reading Eggs lessons and is able to read short books. Storylands tests many of the reading and comprehension skills needed for school.
  • Music Café: The Music Café brings together 62 Reading Eggs songs in one central location. Your child can sing, dance, and enjoy songs from their favorite lessons and characters.
  • Story Factory: The Story Factory provides a step-by-step guide to writing a story. Your child can choose their own illustrations and access word and sentence suggestions to help write their story. They can also enter a weekly story writing competition.
  • My World: My World is a world of fun where your child can visit 10 destinations. My World is available after completion of lesson 30.
  • Eggy Bank: Your child can earn Golden Eggs by completing activities. These Eggs can be used in the Arcade and Reggie’s Shop.
  • The Playroom: Includes over 170 activities and books. This virtual playroom is where young children can play with music, pictures, puzzles, and much more.
  • My Avatar: Children can create their own unique online character with customized features and accessories.
  • My Stuff: Children can view their certificates and their collection of cute critters earned for completing lessons.


Now you can get a four week trial of Reading Eggs and let your child try it out. Visit the Reading Eggs website to sign up for a free four week trial but hurry because this trial offer is valid from December 26, 2014 – February 28, 2015.

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of the Reading Eggs.

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17 Comments Leave a Comment »

  1. This looks like a great reading program. I will share this with my friends that have little ones.

  2. What a fun way to help teach children! I find they are more apt to read and learn to read when something fun is involved!

  3. Debbie Denny

    I have heard of this. Sounds great for learning.

  4. What a great way to help with reading! I am going to forward this on to my niece and nephew. I think they would really like to try the 4 weeks for free!

  5. I had that when my daughter was little and she LOVED it! I may have to get it again for my little one once she get a bit bigger. It’s a great program!

  6. This looks really great! I will be taking advantage of the trial to see if my kids will like it for sure!

  7. This Reading Egg program sounds pretty good. We didn’t use electronics much for kiddo. I am a little old fashioned. Her school isn’t high tech either.

  8. I haven’t heard of Reading Eggs. Sounds like a great program.

  9. This looks like a fun way to encourage reading. We had a hard time getting my nephew started last year. This would have been helpful!

  10. I love learning apps – anything that is fun and exciting for kids to play is going to help them WANT to learn and play more.

  11. This looks like a great program! I’m going to sign up for the trial!

  12. Checking this out – sounds perfect for Davey. Also sharing with a friend for her grandson.

  13. Looks like an engaging program. So glad they keep things new and fresh from 3 to 13!

  14. I love Reading Eggs, my son used it when he was younger and we loved it.

  15. I do Reading Eggs with both of my children. The two of them really enjoy using it.

  16. This sounds really great! If I had small children I would definitely look more in to this. I will share with my friends though, who have youngsters. Thank you!

  17. I have to share this with my daughter this looks like a good program for the kids!

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