How to help children learn to read and spell with trainertext visual phonics (TVP)
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The new path to success with literacy

We have spent the last ten+ years re-engineering the way a child learns to read, using a deeper neural understanding of the reading process.

You will find trainertext visual phonics (TVP) is different and gets far quicker and more consistent results than the older methods. Using TVP the child can start decoding words with confidence and then begin reading rich content for fun, in just days.

There are no tedious phonic rules to learn or bizarre reading system-style books to read. The child is actively learning to read by reading. The trainertext makes that possible.

This site is devoted to helping you to understand TVP and start using it with the free resources you will find here. We also give deep insights into the 9 main possible reasons for reading difficulty and how to overcome them. Our mission is 100% success.

Listen to these experienced teachers discussing what they have seen since switching to TVP:

Reviews of Trainertext

It has been brilliant for Elsa. She is now in the top reading group in her class and reads for pleasure –  FOR PLEASURE!!! We are really thrilled and extremely grateful for what [TVP] has done for her and she has achieved what we set out for – and more. With so many thanks to you and your team for this brilliant programme.
Check out more firsthand experiences of TVP  on our Reviews page.

Academic Research
TVP has been independently tested through a randomized control trial of its use in the Easyread System. A published peer-review journal article found that children who were 2 years behind, caught up to the national standard after 120 short daily lessons (about 30 instructional hours). Read more about it here.
Early Readers
Want to teach your 3-5 year old to read using trainertext visual phonics? You can check out our free printable resources here.
Struggling Readers
Looking for help with your struggler, age 6-11? Learn about how TVP can help turn things around here – even after years of frustration.
What causes reading difficulty?
We pinpoint 9 main causes of reading difficulty, from whole word sight-reading to No-Little-Voice Syndrome and everything in between. To match up the difficulties you are seeing with their underlying cause, visit our page here.

A word from david

” Currently a staggering one in six children never learns to read confidently. And I know how that feels because I was nearly one of them!

We estimate from OECD data that around a further 30% of children are held back from achieving their full potential by weak literacy skills.

We have spent the past decade perfecting new methods to change those terrible numbers forever. Accepting the status quo should not be an option for anyone involved.

I hope you will find TVP interesting and useful. Please judge it by testing it or talking to someone who has. The easy way to test it without risk is to put it in front of a child who is not seeing good progress with the older methods.

You should then see a breakthrough in just 60-90 sessions.

– David Morgan, M.Ed

Key Articles

Early Warning Signs of Reading Difficulty

Most parents and most teachers share this view that literacy is what matters most. But what can you do when you find that your child is still struggling to read, despite hard work? How can you advocate for your child’s reading?

The Single Best Trick to Boost Reading Fluency

It is so simple that you might already be teaching this way, without realizing. Or maybe reading this will cause an aha moment! Whether you have an early reader or a struggler, there is one trick that you have to try to promote this essential skill.

What Is Dyslexia? What Can You Do About It?

If a child is struggling with dyslexia, he or she isn’t alone. An estimated 6 to 10 percent of today’s students face this learning challenge. Dyslexics are often exceptionally bright children, with incredible potential.

Our Mission

Our mission is to see every child learn to read and spell with confidence and accuracy, so that they can each achieve their full individual potential in life.

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