The TTRS course engages your senses of seeing, hearing and touching.
A kinesthetic approach is experienced: "When I want to spell a word I just think where my fingers would go, it's like talking with my fingers."
Why TTRS is
|Proven and developed for over 22 years|
|Uses a unique, multi-sensory, phonics based approach|
|Incorporates structured word lists based on the book 'Alpha to Omega' based on Orton and Gillingham.|
|Develops literacy, confidence and self-esteem with measurable success from the start|
Read, Spell and Type with Confidence
An award-winning, multi-sensory course that teaches touch-typing, reading and spelling at the same time
Uses visual, auditory and kinesthetic (touch) senses for a fully immersive learning experience
TTRS was developed in line with language and education research and is routinely supported by new studies
Course content is based on the word lists of ‘Alpha to Omega’ and takes an Orton Gillingham approach to reading instruction
Writing skills focus
TTRS includes a free writing interface where users can type original content and receive feedback on spelling
Modular in design
Each module is designed to be short in length with regular, positive feedback
Optional Tutor Support
Supplement your learning with a TTRS trained Tutor
Multiple levels of difficulty
TTRS has 24 levels, each with 31 modules. Every 5th module is a "dictation module" which relies on the auditory element to reinforce learning
Colors, fonts and designs can be customized for the learner to meet every individual's needs
TTRS includes a subject creator so custom content is easy to produce and view within the program
Used by dyslexia associations worldwide, including the British Dyslexia Association
Testimonials and Reviews
This program is excellent. My almost-seven year old has gained so much skill on the keyboard in a matter of weeks. I love this program. She is truly learning and enjoys sitting to practice.
We LOVE our TTRS subscription! I like that they can do it independently. My younger two like that they can see their grade and WPM with each lesson. My oldest has ASD, dyslexia and dysgraphia and is finally able to spell and write! He was so proud of himself when he discovered he could actually type comments while playing Minecraft and have other kids understand him.
Great program! My boys would rather do this than a spelling lesson! They learn words right from the start and the words get harder as they go.
My son doesn't even have to be reminded to do his typing --it's one aspect of homeschooling we don't argue about! He knows it only takes a few minutes, and with positive reinforcement and awards for levels completed he stays motivated. This is our second year using TTRS and we just renewed for a third. I tell other homeschool moms about the program because it's easy to use and reinforces spelling skills in addition to typing.