The Language Tune-Up Kit
(LTK®) interactive reading
software helps develop
reading skills using the
All versions provide instruction
in both English and Spanish.
|(applies only to LTK
"I am amazed at how quickly our child has responded to
the Language Tune-Up Kit. We have tried other
software and even expensive tutoring classes. None of
them have helped as much as this program. We saw
immediate progress and our child loves it!"
- Joyce Phillips, California
How the Language tune-Up Kit (LTK) Works
All instruction is provided by prerecorded human
voice, so it's just like working directly with a teacher.
LTK teaches a student how to sound out letter
combinations and make them into words. It does this
through audio, visual and tactile-kinesthetic (learn by
LTK lesson exercises teach skills in word building,
audio recognition (identifying the sounds made by
letter combinations), oral reading of words/sentences
and stories (with questions), dictation (where the
student types phrases/sentences provided by the
program), quizzes and sight words (words that do not
conform to phonetic spelling rules).
A Proven Solution
Our software has been used by hundreds of thousands of families and schools around the world. It is highly effective
for ages 6-adult who currently read at grade levels 0-4. It is solidly based on the Orton-Gillingham principles that still
Our unique Dictation exercises do not exist in any other software available today!
Click here to learn more about our software for home and school use.
Free Reading Test
Have your child take our
free reading assessment
(requires Adobe® Reader).
After completing LTK's 87 lessons,
students can decode and read 90% of
all words in the English language. The
remaining 10% are words that do not
follow word-building rules.
LTK provides comprehensive
reports to help parents and
teachers determine areas of
weakness and student
Why It Works
Repetition causes the brain to remember what is
taught. Sequence of instruction ensures minimal
confusion. Multisensory interaction teaches to the
student's strengths while improving their weakest
learning pathways. It's all Orton-Gillingham.