{GIVEAWAY} Reading Egg Subscription

by Katrina - The Organised Housewife

This giveaway is brought to you by ABC Reading Eggs

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Would you like your child to succeed at school? ABC Reading Eggs is the perfect program to provide your child with the literacy skills needed for success at school and in life.

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Providing a comprehensive range of online reading lessons and e-books, ABC Reading Eggs is successful because it makes learning phonics and basic reading skills a truly enjoyable experience for children aged 3-13. The program turns learning to read into a series of fun games and activities that are very motivating for children.

From now until 31st March you can claim a FREE 4 week trial by signing up here

I recently shared the details of ABC Reading Eggs on Facebook and received an great response from our community who have used it and recommend.
Read testimonials here.

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If your child is not one of the 700,000 Australian children who have already had the ABC Reading Eggs experience, then take advantage of our special limited time FREE 4 week trial offer and join the 91% of parents that have seen a noticeable improvement in their child’s reading skills. Try it now for free*.

*Free trial available to new customers only

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Why you and your child will love ABC Reading Eggs

• ABC Reading Eggs is successful because it makes learning phonics
and basic reading skills a truly enjoyable experience for children aged 3-13.

• 91% of parents using ABC Reading Eggs report a noticeable improvement
in their child’s reading skills.

• The program is built around recognised learning principles and scientific
  research proven to improve children’s reading skills.

• Lessons are matched to your child’s reading level – so activities are never
“boring” or too challenging.

• Your child will earn rewards as they progress – so they’ll feel proud of their
achievements and excited to keep learning.

• You’ll have access to detailed assessment reports to track your child’s progress.

Read further about the ABC Reading Egg Learning Process

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ABC Reading Eggs are now available on iPad and Android, so the kids can learn on the go.  With over 120 lessons, 3 education and fun-filled games, 170 activities and 20 animated e-books for beginner readers.

Read here on which devices it is compatible with and links to download

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This giveaway is now closed.  Winners are:

K. Crawford-Ferguson, L Pearce, S Sacrcos, P Hokanson and H West

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5 lucky winners will each receive a 6 months subscriptions to ABC Reading Eggs, valued at $59.95

Please answer the following question in the comments below

HOW DO YOU BELIEVE ABC READING EGG WILL HELP YOUR CHILD?

This giveaway will close 5pm Thursday 20th February 2014

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GIVEAWAY TERMS AND CONDITIONS

This giveaway run in accordance with my disclosure policy, please read the terms and conditions below:

Terms and Conditions:  1. Entries must be made via Disqus commenting system to qualify, (entries on facebook are not valid).  2. Entries close 5pm Thursday 20th February 2014.  3. One entry per household. Open to Australian residents only.  4. This giveaway is a game of skill. The judge’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.  5. Total prize pool is $299.75, consisting of 5 x $59.95 6 month ABC Reading Egg subscriptions.  6. Five winners will be chosen.  7. The winners will be contacted by email.  8. If the winner does not reply within 14 days The Organised Housewife reserves the right to redraw this prize to another winner.  9.  The Organised Housewife will take no responsibility for any delay, loss or damage to prizes sent to winners.

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39 comments

carmen February 7, 2014 - 6:22 AM

My son will still be 4 for some time when he starts prep next year. I would live to give him a boost with learning his letters and sounds by using a system such as reading eggs.

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Kylei Denniss February 7, 2014 - 6:24 AM

Entertaining her as she learns phonics… she is behind 2 years due to a school failing her. Back on track now with a diagnosis, reading eggs could make a big difference for her.

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Anita fearnley February 7, 2014 - 6:24 AM

It will assist my child to learn his sounds, improve his speech articulation and understand how to read and learn mathematical concepts in a smaller learning environment that is tailored to his needs.

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Andrea Jansson February 7, 2014 - 6:34 AM

My 3.5 year old would love to be able to read his books. Although I do quite enjoy his entertaining, oulandish stories while he’s pretending to read them to me 🙂

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Soraya Sarcos February 7, 2014 - 6:53 AM

My daughter is 5 and reads perfectly. She has always loved book, I guess because I read to her since she was a newborn. She likes to practice her spelling and reading new stories. She just can’t get enough of reading and learning. Reading opens doors for her and shows her different points of view which makes her more sensitive to other people and cultures.
My twins are still to little, they are just learning to talk, but how the love books too!!!

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Heidi West February 7, 2014 - 7:26 AM

I have been reading to my 4yo since I was pregnant (never too early to start). Early last year she was diagnosed with a severe phonological delay which means speech therapy until she is talking using the correct sounds. I never knew ABC Reading Eggs existed until I saw the free trial on your web page the other day. We have used the free trial and tis amazing. We sit there together and are going through all the sounds which helps as the more she hears things correctly the better. I don’t need her to read (that would be a bonus), just hearing and being encouraged to use correct sounds is sooooooo beneficial to her and us. The other bonus is that she doesn’t even realise it is helping her as its fun, unlike the homework from the speech therapist which she knows is work no matter how fun we try to make it.

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Pernilla Hokanson February 7, 2014 - 7:38 AM

My daughter is 4 y/o and so ready for Prep. She’s enjoying the 4 week trial at the moment. Would be lovely to see her blossom even further as the cost of Reading Eggs is out of our league.

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cassie February 7, 2014 - 7:40 AM

My foster child has come into our care two years behind the developmental age of her peers. We are trying to improve her literacy and this trial could help us know if she would enjoy the program and we could continue the subscription.

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Lauren Day February 7, 2014 - 7:40 AM

My daughter is infatuated with books and tries to read to herself…. Reading is just part of our daily routine, so a subscription to reading eggs would be icing on the cake for my daughter’s little sponge of a brain!!!!

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Cassie86 February 7, 2014 - 7:48 AM

My daughter is 3 and is really enjoying learning her letters! We decided not to send her to kindergarten this year for social reasons but we still want to encourage her first steps towards education at home. I believe reading eggs is a wonderful and engaging way to help her take these first steps with phonics and letter recognition.

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Renata February 7, 2014 - 8:50 AM

I would love to incorporate reading eggs in my homeschool. 🙂

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Michelle February 7, 2014 - 9:18 AM

This little chook,
She loves her books,
And her learning is ready to hatch.
Reading eggs, I am sure,
Would be the perfect match.

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Amanda Byrnes February 7, 2014 - 9:31 AM

Reading Eggs is awesome. I have purchased the program at different stages for my 4 older children. But now money is tight. I have had to put options like this into the Luxury category, and at the moment there is nothing to spend on luxuries. But I would love to be able to give my 3 nearly 4 year old the opportunity to give it a go. Being the 5th child she has developed much quicker than the other children and gets frustrated that she can’t read already. I know this would be an awesome help for her.

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Sharyn February 7, 2014 - 10:01 AM

I have been a teacher for 40 years and have used reading Eggs very successfully. My grandson was born with a cleft lip and has been slow to talk. Reading Eggs would give him a huge lift in self confidence and just the boost he needs before he starts school.

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Tara February 7, 2014 - 10:33 AM

I believe it will help foster a love for learning in our homeschool environment for my two children. It will also help teach them valuable computer skills.
Thanks for the opportunity to win a great prize like this one. (And finally, one that is for Aussies only. lol) 🙂

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Janet February 7, 2014 - 10:39 AM

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E xcellent, I think it will be an excellent tool to help my child develop
G reat reading skills and will be
G ood for me to have something else to use when helping to teach – will help keep my
S anity!

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Venita February 7, 2014 - 11:56 AM

I would love to give my son this opportunity. He has been sick from birth with chronic kidney/liver disease and chronic lung disease and requires to travel to see Specialists at least every 4 weeks – he has just started school and having a program like this would be amazing – we could continue using it when he is unable to attend school and is in hospital etc. The one thing we want to keep on top of is reading – the school don’t care how much school he misses just so long as we can work on reading outside of school. After all, if you can’t read – it will affect everything else. This would be such a blessing for him.

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Kathy February 7, 2014 - 5:09 PM

my son (5) has only just begun to overcome significant hearing issues following surgery late last year which has affected his attention span, speech and learning via audio. these eggs I’m sure would be just the thing to help him catch up with the other kids in his year by engaging his attention and making learning fun.

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Leeanne P February 7, 2014 - 9:23 PM

My daughter would really benefit from reading eggs-she missed the school cut off age by 2 days this year so she is very keen to learn letters and words yet she is in Kindy for another year.

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rachel February 7, 2014 - 11:01 PM

My daughter has just started kindy but has had to have speech therapy since she was 1yr old! The therapist has said she has caught up mostly but she still struggles a little with saying her letter sounds. I know this is going to make it harder for her to sound out letters and words and learn to read. Reading eggs will provide her with extra support in a fun and engaging manner to ensure she doesn’t fall behind due to her struggles- and all the while she will think she is playing games! 🙂

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Natalie February 8, 2014 - 6:45 AM

Reading eggs has helped my 2 older children to read and now my baby is 5 it is his turn!

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Carly Carroll February 8, 2014 - 8:36 AM

My little boy cannot read
This prize may well just plant the seed
Reward, encourage and be fun
It’ll help him become number one

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Caroline February 8, 2014 - 9:05 AM

Our little one has just started the Reading Eggs trial and is loving it. I think reading is an important part of childhood & I’m hoping my little ones will have the same love of reading that I do. Fingers crossed Reading Eggs will help kick start that love 🙂

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Sally February 8, 2014 - 10:59 AM

As one of the youngest in his kinder class, reading eggs will give my son an extra boost to keep up with his peers and keep up his self-confidence and love of learning!

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Christine February 8, 2014 - 1:08 PM

We’d love to win a subscription to reading eggs. Why will it help my child read? He is a visual learner and reading eggs is set out so beautifully. Boys are often reluctant readers so I think reading eggs will give him confidence and help to instill a love of reading.

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Julie February 8, 2014 - 8:49 PM

Reading Eggs could help my daughter as she has a great imagination, books and reading would just make that magic grow!

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Erin February 9, 2014 - 5:03 PM

I would love to win this for a Grade 6 student I teach. He is a refugee and has no English, so it would be a great way for him to listen to reading and build his vocabulary.

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Katie Bull February 9, 2014 - 10:45 PM

My son Archie has just started Prep and I believe reading eggs would be the perfect program to help him recognise letters and build strategies which will ultimately lead him to learn how to read.

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Vyktoria February 10, 2014 - 8:25 AM

We would love to win this subscription for our Miss 3.5 as she is an avid reader and storyteller and sadly we don’t have as much time to read to her as much as we did before her new baby brother was born. This would especially help me while I’m breastfeeding to keep big sis occupied 😀

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Nicole Kent February 10, 2014 - 12:38 PM

‘Reading Eggs’ for little miss 4
For reading, maths, spelling and more
Get her ready for school to come
Start at home with help from mum!

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feline1981 February 10, 2014 - 12:46 PM

I have 3 small girls who would love this. My 6 year old loves the iPad and loves to read- great combo! She has taught our 3 year old to read a bit and is now wanting to teach the 2 year old to read! What a great idea!

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Melanie d'Arbon February 10, 2014 - 5:15 PM

My middle boy has just started kindy. He’s obsessed with computers and we are struggling to get him to take an interest in anything besides Minecraft. His screen time has been severely limited to encourage him to do other stuff. We take him outside and show him the world. He gets to go camping and boating. He gets to ride horses. He has a small sister and a big brother to play with. I offer him paint and paper and colourful, messy things to do. All to no avail. He just flops around the house, moaning piteously, wailing and gnashing his teeth. Apparently he has nothing to do inside (despite a room full of Lego, craft stuff, Star Wars action figures and other cool things – sigh). Reading Eggs would show him that you can use the computer for learning AND it can be fun. It will (hopefully) get his mind out of the Minecraft world and into the literary world. He can read about adventurous children that go outside and don’t melt in the sunlight. He needs Reading Eggs. I need Reading Eggs! For pity’s sake, give us Reading Eggs!!!! Save us from floppy, sulky kindy boys…argh!

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Kristie Crawford-Ferguson February 13, 2014 - 10:37 PM

It’s quite difficult to find an Australian phonics program and app. my miss 4 loves story time this would her help learn the basics.

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Emma Ribbans February 14, 2014 - 4:07 PM

Computers, phones and tablets
Have made ours an electronic age.
(Though if you ask me,
nothing beats turning a real page).

Harnessing the kids interest
In the gadgets at hand,
I can secretly teach them
To become readers so grand.

Encouraging a love of reading
Using fun stories, games and song
With our Reading Eggs program
We just can’t go wrong!

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April P February 17, 2014 - 2:00 AM

My son is in Prep, he enjoys school and is making friends, l want to help him as much as l can, l know the ABC reading program would help him, it is a very good teaching program, l would love to see my son confident in reading.

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TajKai February 18, 2014 - 11:14 AM

Mr 5 has just begun Kindy. He can read most letters, but is not yet making the connection between letters and words.

He’s hungry to learn!

I’m also hungry for him to learn … there are only so many times I can read him his favourite bedtime story ‘Do pirates have wobbly teeth?’ without falling asleep myself.

Reading Eggs with their fun learning methods, graded learning and rewards for achievements have everything my son needs to maintain his interest and motivation in becoming a proficient reader.

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Michelle Gray February 19, 2014 - 1:36 PM

To fill in the gap between what is learnt at school and what I know to teach at home, Reading Eggs would be a fantastic tool to ensure my daughter gets the best possible start and hopefully not struggle at all.

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Katrina Corbett February 20, 2014 - 9:20 AM

My 6 year old son who has ADHD and sensory processing disorder would really benefit from a program like this. He is keen to learn but is often distracted in the class room, so something he can do at home (like this) would really help his reading skills.

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Iftikhar May 26, 2015 - 1:17 AM

good

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