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Look to Read

Look to Read enables children with disabilities to experience and enjoy books independently. Suitable for eye gaze, switch and touch access.

A fun and motivating way to explore stories


Everyone can enjoy Look to Read as part of their literacy journey – whether you are just starting out or already have some literacy skills. Each book is fully accessible, with exciting content and learning activities to support you at every stage.

Who is Look to Read for? 

Look to Read is suitable for AAC learners at any stage in their literacy journey, including those who are:


-Understanding cause and effect and developing access skills

-Exploring books independently for the first time

-Recognising sounds and letters, and developing early literacy


Key Features

-16 original animated stories

-4 stages of progression

-95 letter sounds and 100 high frequency words

-64 learning activities

-Symbolized chat grids for every story

-Workbook for tracking and recording progress

-High contrast mode for users with visual impairment

16 Animated Stories 



The stories in Look to Read are grouped into four different reading stages – each stage gradually introduces new sounds and vocabulary to build on what you’ve already learned. As you progress through the stages they introduce more complex sounds, and longer stories with more words on the page.

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Each story comes with four accompanying activities, exploring everything from phonic sounds and story recall, to building words and sentences with keywords from the books.

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Story Sounds – Listen to the letter sounds introduced


Listen & Spell – Hear individual words and spell them out using the letter sounds


Building Words – Listen to and build key words


Find the Words – Hear and find key words


Making Words – Make new words using target sounds from the stories


Sentence Building – Build sentences using words from the books


What Happened? – Complete comprehension activities recalling key events

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