Reading Gym

Programs that promote reading as a life skill, developed by expert educators and executed by trained mentors
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Select your child's age group

3.5-6
6-9
10-14

Early Readers

Reading words and sentences with ease!

Monthly

32 books
2 sessions/week
110 sight words
₹ 1,750*

Step-wise

96 books
2 sessions/week
220 sight words
₹ 6,400*
* Registration fee and GST applicable

How does it work?

Methodology

  • Progressively learn phonics concepts through fun activities
  • Small batch sizes led by Reading Hosts specially trained for virtual teaching of young children

Reading level

Literal comprehension
Eg. "Harry Potter wears the Sorting Hat."

What does your child get?

Daily reading dose

Free access to a digital library with weekly book suggestions

Home activities

  • Practice tasks
  • Weekly quiz
  • Exclusive storytelling sessions
  • 'Raise a Reader' workshop for parents

Goodies

  • Printables (worksheets, flash cards)
  • International standard assessment
  • Progress report and certificate

What does your child learn?

Sounds and spellings

  • Master high-frequency sight words
  • Say and spell blended words like "brave," "frog," and "craft."
  • Tinker with individual sounds to make new words
  • Recognize and use rhyming words

Skills and techniques

  • Learn how two vowels or letters interact to produce a single sound
  • Deconstruct one-syllable words
  • Comprehend final -e team conventions

Emerging Readers

Reading stories and books with fluency and joy

Quarterly

24 books
2 sessions/week
12 functional reading strategies
3 types of writing practice
₹ 4,650*

Yearly

72 Books
2 sessions/week
36 functional reading strategies
3 types of writing practice
₹ 12,960*
* Registration fee and GST applicable

How does it work?

Methodology

  • 36 innovative reading comprehension strategies
  • Specialized guided reading techniques (differentiated teaching) to dig deep into stories
  • Narrative, information, and opinion-based writing practice

Reading level

Inferential comprehension
Eg. "Why did the Sorting Hat put Harry Potter in Gryffindor?"

What does your child get?

Daily reading dose

Free access to a digital library with weekly book suggestions

Home activities

  • 21st century skill-based tasks
  • Readers Challenge' with exciting prizes
  • Life skills sessions
  • 'Raise a Reader' workshop for parents

Additional features

  • Printables (workbooks, posters)
  • International standard assessment
  • Progress report and certificate

What does your child learn?

Reading 

  • Skillfully read texts with correct modulation and intonation

Comprehension

  • Effectively interpret and summarize information
  • Understand figurative language and nuances in vocabulary

Critical thinking

  • Discern the experiences and feelings of a character
  • Make insightful connections between books and real life

Independent Readers

Applying reading skills for standardized testing

Quarterly

6 books
2 sessions/week
6 reading skills
3 Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS)
₹ 4,650*

Yearly

18 books
2 sessions/week
18 reading skills
6 Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS)
₹ 12,960*
* Registration fee and GST applicable

How does it work?

Methodology

  • SAT Reading Skills
  • Critical thinking skills to understand and process reading passages in tests
  • Strategies and techniques to tackle specific questions types from the SAT Reading Section

Reading level

Evaluative comprehension
Eg. "If you were the Sorting Hat, which house would you put Harry Potter in? Why?"

What does your child get?

Reading dose

  • Vocabulary list of 1000+ words
  • Free access to a digital library with weekly book suggestions

Home activities

  • Weekly quiz
  • Weekly journaling prompts
  • Design thinking sessions
  • 'Raise a Reader' workshop for parents

Additional features

  • Curated list of news articles, TED talks, and litearary passages
  • Certificate

What does your child learn?

The Big Picture

  • What is the purpose, the theme, and the main idea?
  • What is the author's point of view?
  • How do the parts form the whole?*What can we infer?

The Little Picture

  • What does the author state explicitly and implicitly? 
  • Is there evidence?
  • Why this word? What does it mean? 
  • Is there a rhetoric?
  • What effect does the cause have?

What our students are reading

3.5-6
6-9
10-14
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