Whether you are a parent, teacher, therapist, or prospective wholesaler, you will soon discover that our unique educational tools can help any child read and speak better, and have fun at the same time. Read on to learn why our customers rate us highly on a consistent basis.
Why our reading and speech tools for kids?
Classroom-proven, budget-conscious, and success-driven—these are the attributes that set us apart from other companies. As an organization founded by a schoolteacher in 2002, we use our educational background to continually develop innovative reading and speech tools for kids that are appealing, intuitive, and effective for:
- Autism, dyslexia, APD (Auditory Processing Disorder), stuttering, and other learning disorders
- ESL (English as a Second Language)
- Therapeutic rehabilitation from injury or an illness
Our kid-friendly designs are easy to hold and comfortable to wear hands-free. Most of our reading and speech tools are available in vibrant colors that kids love and want to use.
Most of our products have a simple design, but are free of the potential safety hazards of DIY counterparts made from PVC and other materials. They’re certified safe and comply with the U.S. CPSIA 2008 ruling on lead and phthalates content.
Why our company?
We manufacture in the USA
We manufacture our educational tools here in the USA. We work closely with each of these facilities to ensure that our products are made with high quality-control standards for our customers and the children they work with.
We’re here for support
When you call or email us, there are real people here to respond. No operators, no robots. We’re all highly qualified to answer any of your educational questions about our products, or simply suggest resources you may consider for your child, student, or patient. We’ll respond quickly for your convenience.
We give back
We’re always looking for ways to help children get access to the educational tools they need to improve reading and speech skills. That’s why we have collaborated with parents, educators, and therapists to provide resources to make that happen.