While working for my teaching credential, I so vividly remember closing the book I had just completed on the topic of reading and thinking that I could have written all I had read in that book on just one page. Reading does not have to be hard if it is taught properly. In fact, it can be very, very easy. – Patricia Lear, Author, SightPhonics Reading Program.


Read about Sightphonics in the press: Illiterate adults learn to read

This is a new and unique adult phonics reading program, unlike any other reading programs I have used. The best part is that it really works! Anyone who has difficulty learning the sounds for reading will benefit greatly from this reading program. My students have found it easy to use on an individual basis without a teacher’s help. An added bonus is that it not only helps their reading skills, but also helps their spelling. I give it two thumbs up. I highly recommend it.

– Linda T., Basic Literacy Teacher. Independence Adult Center, San Jose, Ca.

I thought I was stupid but then I knew I wasn’t. My husband bought this program for me on my birthday just before Christmas. I was so happy to be able to read for the first time that I told him I didn’t want anything for Christmas then I changed my mind and asked for a treadmill so I could be skinny when I went to college.

– LaShonna Y Gooding, ID

My family would always try to help me by giving me a book and telling me to read the book to learn to read. They meant well but it was useless. Now I can read and am going to school to be a cook. 

– M.T Aldan, PN

I bought this program for my son who is 27 years old. He went through it so fast and was so excited. This program needs to be in the schools. He struggled for so long and resisted learning out of fear for a long time. When he finally tried it after much begging from me he did the program. We are on Book 10 and he is reading things he never thought possible. I love this program.

– Suzanne J. Bath, VA

I love your program. I had to let you know that. I am 57 years old and have been faking reading all my life. I can read but some words I cannot figure out. I was laid off from my job and decided I needed to fill in the gaps and I am very happy I did. I am so happy to really be able to read things like menus with my grandkids.

– Melvin R., Alma, OK

Everything in the SightPhonics reading program is broken down to teach only what needs to be taught in order to read so there is no confusion. My students needed that ease of use. They also needed the ability to repeat the lessons as they saw fit without anyone knowing or judging them. They went at their own pace. That was invaluable for me as a teacher. 

– Ginger O., Teacher. San Jose, Ca.

I bought SightPhonics for my son, Emmit, who was in the Bergan County Jail. He loved the program and so did the people who used the self-taught reading program with him. When they transfered him they asked me if I would donate the program to them. I said, “No, I want it to go with him”. They never sent it. So, yes its true, Bergan County Jail stole my SightPhonics Reading Program!

– Charlotte D., Hackensack, NJ