Discover how our multisensory-orthographic learning system, supported by ground-breaking research, empowers learners all around the world.

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Differentiated Instruction

Eyewords™ resources meet the diverse needs and abilities of ALL students, including Kindergarten-Gr. 3 learners, English language learners, and those with learning exceptionalities, ensuring optimal progress and achievement.

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Multisensory Approach

Eyewords™ combine multisensory input (visual, auditory and kinesthetic) with orthographic mapping and active play to accelerate the learning of letter-sound correspondences and sight word recognition of high frequency words.

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Evidence-Based

Founded on the principles of the science of reading, Eyewords™ materials and methodology are supported by quantitative research led by a team of researchers from Stanford University.


Eyewords™ integrate seamlessly with any reading curriculum or phonics program.


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The Power of Multisensory-Orthographic Instruction

Neuroscience confirms that brain neurons that fire together, wire together. When we teach using multiple senses simultaneously, neurons in the brain fire at the same time and wire together to create neural networks. These neural networks allow the brain to store and retrieve information much more efficiently. Eyewords™ innovative approach integrates multisensory instruction with sound mapping. Through multisensory instruction, we teach word meanings and pronunciations and with sound mapping, we establish connections between individual phonemes (sounds) and the corresponding graphemes (letters) representing those sounds within the word. In doing so, the phonemes, graphemes, and word meaning are inextricably linked and the word is stored as a sight word for automatic retrieval.  

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