Reading simulator
for dyslexia families

Rockids Prevention is designed specifically for children at risk of dyslexia.

Reading intervention based on our approach in Pre-K ages can significantly reduce or even totally remove reading difficulties caused by dyslexia.

Rockids app is an effective intervention tool for children who are already diagnosed with dyslexia or have any other problems with reading. We've integrated Phonics best practices into our interface.

Your child will increase the effectiveness of dyslexia therapy with a speech pathologist with Rockids reading simulator and become a good reader.

If you suspect that you might have undiagnosed dyslexia, it’s never too late to seek help.

Rockids app and web browser plugin can help you significantly improve your reading ability at any age. Read any texts with our simulator and increase your reading speed.

New Stories Every Month!

Every week we publish new stories that are interesting for the whole family to read. Our stories tell about friendship and relationships, about our planet and other worlds, about the internet and space travel. With Rockids app, your kids will learn not only the words like princess and wolf. They will also learn modern words like a dinosaur, a robot, a spaceship.

Fancy Fox Federico

Meet the most popular Fox on forest social media and his funny friends.

Robot Chappy

Chappy invites readers to embark on exciting interplanetary adventures and meet animals from all over the galaxy.

Santa Claus

Santa Claus got tired and decided to go on vacation right before Christmas. So, who will save the holidays?

Dyslexia can Affect Anyone

20%
of the population affected by dyslexia
80%
of all learning disabilities represent dyslexia

Environment

Dyslexia is our evolutionary mechanism to adapt to a highly variable environment.

Inheritance

Dyslexia is inherited in 60% of cases.

Genetic

If one sibling already has dyslexia, there is a 40% chance occurs in another one.

Injury

Dyslexia can develop due to traumatic brain injury, stroke, or dementia.

Premature Birth

Premature birth or low birth weight is a dyslexia risk factor.

Mother's Stress

Stress during pregnancy can also affect the development of dyslexia in babies.

Stress in a Child

Early childhood stress can act as a trigger for dyslexia.

Dyslexia is a Difficulty in Learning to Read

Dyslexia is a learning difficulty, shown by problems in reading and spelling, affected independently of mental ability. Individuals with dyslexia may have other related disorders. Experts call this phenomenon the language-based learning difficulties umbrella. Moreover, dyslexia itself can cause certain learning and psychological problems.

Academic

Dyscalculia ( Maths difficulties)

Dysgraphia (Writing difficulties)

Psychological

Stress & anxiety

Depression

Low self-esteem

Neurological

ADHD & ADD

Short-term memory difficulties

Difficulty with orientation in time and space

Visual stress

Motion perception and eye movement issues

Auditory processing

Language impairment

Rockids Helps Dyslexia Families

Early intervention is critically important for children at risk of dyslexia.

A toddler's brain has phenomenal neuroplasticity and effectively reorganizes itself, which extremely increases the productivity of dyslexia therapy. So, Phonics intervention in Pre-K ages can significantly reduce or even totally remove reading difficulties caused by dyslexia.

We designed our app so that children can start using it and learning to read from the age of two. Based on the verified Phonics approach, the Rockids app teaches kids to read invisible through the game.

The student's task is just to follow the cursor. It works like bicycle training wheels but for reading skills. It makes kids feel like they can do it. And skills come naturally with confidence.

Your child will love to read!

Rockids app is an effective intervention tool for children who are already diagnosed with dyslexia or have any other problems with reading. We've integrated Phonics best practices into our interface.

Phonics is a key to remediating reading difficulties and is the only proven effective method for dyslexia therapy. More than 70% of struggling readers become fluent readers after early Phonics help.

Your child will increase the effectiveness of dyslexia therapy with a speech pathologist with Rockids reading simulator and become a good reader.

Dyslexia is most often identified in childhood when reading problems first become apparent. But it can go undiagnosed for years or even decades.

It’s unknown exactly how many adults have dyslexia. If you suspect that you might have undiagnosed dyslexia, it’s never too late to seek help.

Rockids app and web browser plugin can help you significantly improve your reading ability at any age. Read any texts with our simulator and increase your reading speed.

How it Works

Rockids app uses the Phonics based approach as a core teaching strategy. Our interface helps to develop strong letter-sound associations and practice decoding in a way that ensures students can accurately read the texts they are working on. This is the only proven effective approach for dyslexia intervention.

And Phonics can be applied to all struggling readers. In fact, everyone can benefit from learning to read this way so it should be universal. Rockids teaching method has a dramatic impact on the accuracy of reading and improves essential reading areas:

Phonemic
Awareness

Fluency
Reading

Large
Vocabulary

Text
Comprehension

Rockids Syllables Marker

The color coding of syllables and the highlight of silent letters combine the most effective research-based phonics interventions: Elkonin sound boxes, Orton-Gillingham, blending, and systematic synthetic phonics. Rockids interface uniquely links the phonemes sounding with their encoding by letters, taking into account the position in the word.

Rockids Syllables Marker

The color coding of syllables and the highlight of silent letters combine the most effective research-based phonics interventions: Elkonin sound boxes, Orton-Gillingham, blending, and systematic synthetic phonics. Rockids interface uniquely links the phonemes sounding with their encoding by letters, taking into account the position in the word.

Rockids Text Interface

Color coding helps students with dyslexia to navigate the text. The current line highlighting keeps the focus of attention. Custom adjustment of contrast and colors helps to relieve visual stress. Using correct text tint has been shown to increase reading speed by up to 38%.

Rockids Text Interface

Color coding helps students with dyslexia to navigate the text. The current line highlighting keeps the focus of attention. Custom adjustment of contrast and colors helps to relieve visual stress. Using correct text tint has been shown to increase reading speed by up to 38%.

Rockids Pace Variator

Rockids interactive interface regulates the reading speed according to the student's skills. This personalized approach helps struggling readers focus on reading and allows them to avoid frustration.

Rockids Pace Variator

Rockids interactive interface regulates the reading speed according to the student's skills. This personalized approach helps struggling readers focus on reading and allows them to avoid frustration.

Rockids Motor Skills Activator

Rockids app uses fine motor skills to make learning more productive. Fine motor development activating extra areas of the brain's frontal lobe to help children acquire the ability to speak and read. It also improves attention, thinking, coordination, observation, imagination, visual and motor memory.

Rockids Motor Skills Activator

Rockids app uses fine motor skills to make learning more productive. Fine motor development activating extra areas of the brain's frontal lobe to help children acquire the ability to speak and read. It also improves attention, thinking, coordination, observation, imagination, visual and motor memory.

Rockids for Neurodiverse Learners

Neurodiverse people experience, interact with, and interpret the world in unusual ways. So unique worldview leads to creative problem-solving and new ideas — things that benefit everyone. But neurotypical children can sometimes face challenges with learning.

Our novel approach to learning will help every child to master the most fundamental knowledge - reading!

Rockids teaching approach helps keep attention and self-control in kids with ADD and ADHD

Short Sentences

Break down reading material into shorter segments allows the student to read in chunks of time, taking breaks to move around and refocus. The complexity of the tasks is increasing gradually.

Achievements

We show a short animation after completing tasks that illustrate the read story. It helps children take a break for rest and comprehend the material.

Moving Target

In our app we use an educational approach called 'invisible learning'. So, there are no long and difficult instructions. Kids just follow the pointer. And this moving cursor helps learners keep words in focus.

Rockids app helps children with AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS improve their reading comprehension and language skills

Stress Relief

It is helpful for children with autism to separate academic learning and social communication learning. Learning to read with computer interaction allows kids to focus on reading and not experience the extra stress of communicating directly with the teacher.

Animated Stories

We animated each story to help your child to imagine characters. Visualization is a great way to better understand the experiences, thoughts, and feelings of other persons. Rockids app provides children another way to learn about and understand the world.

Early intervention

Although all children benefit from early literacy, for children with autism is especially important to develop an enthusiasm for reading in the first years of life. Reading aloud together with loved ones helps them develop social skills. So, start reading early with your baby in Rockids co-reading mode.

Early Literacy Benefits

Academic Success

Building literacy and language skills help children be kindergarten-ready, so they enter school with a love of books and are ready to learn. This is important for school success because eventually, they move from learning to read, to reading to learn. Reading enthusiasm correlates strongly with academic success, even in maths.

Enjoyment of reading improves children’s life-chances!

Brain Development

Early reading intervention improves the structure of the brain, increases its volume and the number of connections. The positive effects of a rich home educational environment in the early years of a child's life persist throughout all life.

Early literacy is associated with further success, affecting work, income, and even health!

Emotional Intelligence

Early exposure to rich literacy experiences helps children understand the world and people around them.

They learn problem-solving techniques. Books bloom your child’s creativity and imagination, as well as their curiosity about people, places, and ideas.

Self-Confidence

Reading reduces stress. Self-confidence and self-esteem become rooted in your child when they learn to read.

Make reading part of your child’s daily routine early on, and encourage it in school-aged children. It promotes maturity and increases discipline.

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