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Your Baby Can Read? Really?

Your Baby Can Read, a popular (and pricey) early education program, may be fake. A class action lawsuit alleges that the Your Baby Can Read corporation used false advertising and bogus claims to market its product, promising parents that they could teach children as young as three months to read. But child psychology experts at […]

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Early Literacy: a good idea?

An interesting debate continues in respect to the benefits or detriments of early learning. One side believes that early learning is the way to go while the other believes it’s preferable to wait until a child is at least at school.  We have all heard the different views expressed in respect to protégés like Tiger […]

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Launch of Education Times at Parliament House

The Australian Education Times The founders of the I Can Read System were pleased to be invited to the launch of Australia’s first free magazine on education at Parliament House in Sydney, 23rd October 2013. The Australian Education Times is all about education in Australia. The Education Times will be published monthly and promises to […]

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Literacyland camp video June 2013

Watch this video and be inspired: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jx1LobXpdas It was compiled from contributions from students and supervisors of the June Literacyland camp. Are you a parent? A teacher? A student? Would you love to be part of a school camp for primary children in Kangaroo Valley, one of the largest natural valleys in the world and, we believe, the most […]

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William wows them!

William is a great example of the improvement in writing which is easily achieved at I Can Read centres for students who can read and wish to improve literacy skills such as creative writing, public speaking, grammar, comprehension, spelling and a love of English literature. William attends a primary school in Sydney. Sally is William’s […]

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Notice for Singapore Parents

As you know, I Can Read is a global, proven and successful method of teaching literacy. It has been available in Singapore for approximately twelve years as the leading literacy brand. Teaching literacy is not just something that teachers can invent. If this were the case, then we wouldn’t need learning centres with a literacy […]

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Learn to read in Hornsby

Students can now learn to read in Hornsby where reading lessons are now available at the new I Can Read Centre, now open in Sydney’s upper north shore. The centre is providing the same high quality literacy programs as all I Can Read centres across the region . Owned by our popular teacher, Christie, who will teach all classes, […]

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I Can Read presents at Writers’ Festival

It was a thrilling weekend from 12 to 14 July 2013 while the Southern Highlands Writers’ Festival was held. I Can Read was invited to deliver a talk about reading… and what a turnout! Tony Earnshaw spoke for 40 minutes about the reading journey to a group of educationalists, parents and the media. Other highlights […]

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Learn to read in Sydney at new I Can Read Centres

Congratulations to teachers who have taken up the I Can Read business opportunities in education and opened their own centres. The Individual Teacher Licence is available to qualified teachers who have been trained in the I Can Read System of teaching reading and all aspects of literacy. Students can now learn to read in Sydney as well as increase […]

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Danny Ross meets Literacyland students

Literacyland students were in for a wonderful surprise when, on their first day in Kangaroo Valley, they met Danny Ross, one of the four finalists in The Voice.  Danny had brought Joel Madden to see his hometown with Channel 9 filming Danny’s supporters and the spectacular Kangaroo Valley. He was delighted to meet the children from Jakarta and happily posed for photos […]

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