Reading Eggs Webinars
Welcome to the Reading Eggs Webinar page where you will find all of our on‑demand webinars exploring the different parts of the programme.
Next Live Webinar: There are no upcoming webinars currently scheduled. See the on‑demand webinars below.
Reading Eggs On‑Demand Webinars
Introduction to Reading Eggs
This webinar is designed for parents who are new to Reading Eggs or have not spent much time exploring the programme yet. This introductory webinar provides a brief overview of the student dashboard, as well as all the places your child can access. You'll learn how to navigate the family dashboard and what features are available for parents.
Updated: 2nd March, 2022WATCH ON‑DEMAND
Eggsploring Reading Eggs
This webinar is designed for parents and homeschoolers who would like to utilise the programme to its full advantage, as well as a complete learn‑to‑read curriculum. This webinar takes a comprehensive look at the progress reports and bonus materials available in Reading Eggs and parents will learn about the supplementary hard copy materials. We'll also explore Storylands, the Spelling section and Driving Tests.
Updated: 9th March 2022WATCH ON‑DEMAND
First Steps for Toddlers
This webinar is designed for parents who have toddlers aged 2–4 and need help getting started. If you have a toddler aged 2–4 and are wondering how to get them started, this webinar is for you! You'll learn how to navigate our early learning programme Reading Eggs Junior, which introduces toddlers to stories, words, letters and sounds, laying a strong foundation for reading success and preparing them for the Reading Eggs programme.WATCH ON‑DEMAND
Introduction to Fast Phonics
This introductory webinar provides an overview of the Fast Phonics programme. We'll show you how to navigate the online lessons, access additional worksheets, and learn the difference between Fast Phonics and the Reading Eggs programme.
This webinar is designed for parents who have not yet had time to explore the Fast Phonics programme.
Live Webinar:Tuesday, 15th March 2022 at 8pm AESTWATCH ON‑DEMAND