Reading Eggs Subscription Reviews

This article is in collaboration with Blake eLearning Inc.

Are you anything like me and really try to limit your kids screen time but when they do use it you want them to have a quality app to use? If so you’ll enjoy our reviewers takes on Reading Eggs from Blake eLearning Inc.

Reading Eggs in an online program that you can access through a browser or app depending on your device. There are multiple programs to choose from within this, and something for ages 2-12!

Fast Phonics is for children ages 5-10 who are beginning to learn to read. There are loads of fun games and 20 levels to climb to reach different mountain peaks and earn prizes. It includes dozens of decodable books and interactive video content along with quizzes and much more!

Reading Eggs Junior is for your little learners at ages 2-4. There are lots of beginner reading skills along with fun videos and more.

Mathseeds is designed for ages 3-9 and helps your kids get a leg up on math! There are interactive number games that allow your children to build skills as they go through each level. Its fun and educational!

Reading Eggs is for children ages 3-7 and has a host of activities available to help make your child into a strong, confident reader. There are interactive games, quizzes and so much more. A placement test is available so your child starts exactly where they need to!

Reading Eggspress is for children ages 7-13. There us also a placement test with this program and toms of interactive, fun content to help your child learn while enjoying themselves!

Connect with Reading Eggs:

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This program has been helping children learn for many years now and has a proven track record! Check out what our homeschooling reviewers thought at the links below!

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Thank you to Jenny @ of Our Inconvenient Family for writing this introduction article.

You can find out what each of these families thought about Reading Eggs, and how it worked with their particular children in the linky below.

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