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Nessy Reading & Spelling
Nessy Reading & Spelling is an internet-based program developed by a team of specialist teachers and psychologists.
100 independent learning lessons spread over ten engaging islands utilise the Orton-Gillingham approach to reading & spelling. Each island consists of a series of lessons composed of strategy videos reinforced with games and worksheets which teach fundamental reading & spelling skills. Lessons emphasise phonemic awareness, phonics, blending, sight words, fluency, spelling, vocabulary and comprehension.
“It was more extensive and inclusive than any other product I purchased and responsible for 100% of our reading success. “It was the single most valuable product I could have come across.”– Gail Camenzind, Homeschooler
Writing Beach offers a unique and engaging way to help children aged 7-14 to understand the building blocks of written language whilst having fun. Learn hard to grasp concepts such as descriptive writing, punctuation, grammar, sentence structure, paragraphs and story writing.
Writing Beach breaks these skills down into small, manageable stages. It’s the perfect accompaniment to Nessy Reading & Spelling.
“We love Nessy Writing Beach. It builds up the students confidence step by step and gives the teacher great planning ideas for games when developing more interesting sentences for story or poetry writing.”– Deborah Redding, Head of Learning and Curriculum Support, Badminton School
A new online touch typing program for kids, Nessy Fingers will take you through 5 lessons covering the Home Keys and each portion of the alphabet teaching you how to touch type. Once you’ve played the lessons there are games to reinforce learning and a typing speed test for when you’ve mastered the keyboard!
“It really is very simple and great fun. My 7 year old dyspraxic son doesn’t even realise we are teaching him to type…it’s a treat that he gets if he has been good.”