Child Reviews of Easyread
Dear David and Team,
Thanks for Easyread these days. Easyread has been so much fun, and I am learning to read. Thank you for my birthday message. It made me feel happy. 🙂
hi Easyread I wont to thank you for the birthday wish I had some great presents and I had a great birthday. and I love how much you gise are doing for me thanks to you gise I am slole getting better at reading thanks for wut you do.
To David, I have a learning support teacher called Mrs Read who has been trying to help me read – isn’t that funny that her name is read too! Mrs Read has told me that she can already see an improvement in my reading – I told her it was because I now do EasyRead. From Cora
You might just think Easyread is just a program but it really helps. I enjoyed the games, its was fun. I was really bad at reading but as soon as I started Easyread, my reading was better and I understood the story much better. Out of 10 I would give this program a definite 10. Thank you for helping me
I have a message for you from Máté which he asked me to transmit this morning after his lesson:
“I love Easyread!”. 🙂 …not a very elaborate one, but absolutely sincere. To be honest, with each lesson, I keep wishing you guys were here to see how much he does indeed love doing this project.
Hi David and Lydia
I am starting to get the hang of things.
I am finding it is helping me, to understanding how to spell and write.
My 2 favourite character is, The Thief with the beef and The Queen looking green.
I have been practicing steering at my finger as it gos around and around.
Do you choose the games when you spin the free choice spinner.
Ignatius just wanted to let you know that Spelldrive is a blast. He’s having so much fun banging into walls. The best game yet!
You are the best at making it like it is not learning and just feel’s like fun but it is helping me. Easy read you have helped me so far to learn how to read.
Hi David thank and yes I will
I am really ingoying it I am geting better at speling but stll get stuck on some words.
– Isabel, lesson 27