Teaching Kids How to Read by Decoding the English Language
Zachary Silverzweig is a tech entrepreneur and the founder of TinyIvy, a software application and phonics-based system that teaches kids to read with way less effort in way less time and at very early ages. TinyIvy has exercises and games, which keep kids having fun as they decode their way to reading proficiency. As Silverzweig describes, TinyIvy uses an innovative approach called Tips that borrows from other languages, such as Hebrew and Arabic, and utilizes methods traditionally used for teaching those other languages, to teach kids and adults how to read in English quickly and easily.
Learn more about how TinyIvy works here: https://tinyivy.com/what-is-tips/