Which Wordchain Do I Choose?

These tabs below outline which Wordchain will best suit your needs.

You can also try the demos at play.wordchain.co.nz to get a sample of each Wordchain!

UPDATE: November 24, 2021 – Wordchain 5 is coming!

All the audio has been recorded and graphics are being produced.

It is aimed at older readers and provides practice in mastering the more complex and tricky phonemes and structures found in words like deceitful, musician, syllabus, typhoid, intermediary, miraculous, unrelieved… and hundreds of other advanced words!

Can the student read these words accurately and easily?

peg lag rod bun fib chum shod mutter hopped rigging winner mossy baggy rubbed chuck fled span smug grab brim tacked rocky

Can the student spell these words?

chin gosh pith bitter saggy batting pegged snob prop flan trap drag picked check

Wordchain 1 App 256x256The student should be able to read all the words with relative ease. If s/he makes more than 3 errors in the spelling, or if getting them right takes considerable concentration, then Wordchain 1 is where you should start.

Count mis-spelling ‘ck’ as one error, and using a single consonant where it should be a double as another. These patterns will be further practiced in Wordchain 2. It is better to get a solid foundation in the basics than to leap ahead too quickly.

Can the student read these words accurately and easily?

clump fend brunt lisp split blend trigger frothy mantle spanner shingly trinket flinger flicker swilled plumper thicken speckled snigger crumple stricken

Can the student spell these words?

stump blond crisp scram skilled grumbling simple bluster swindle crumpet frilly slacken tackle bungled frankly bluster splinter flickered

Wordchain2 ICON 256The student should be able to read all the words with relative ease. If they make more than 3 errors in the spelling, or if getting them right takes considerable concentration, then Wordchain 2 is where you should start.

These patterns are not adequately covered in Wordchain 3. It is better to get a solid foundation in the basics with Wordchain 2 than to leap ahead too quickly.

Can the student read these words accurately and easily?

welt wilt smelter slate swede prone snide splice tinge bony bonny biter smitten stripped striped brail reed gorge spoof loam mundane

Can the student spell these words?

swelter filtered drape stoke stale cheap (or cheep) freed riper ripper croak scorched frighten trail force

Wordchain3 ICON 256The student should be able to read all the words with relative ease. If s/he makes more than 2 errors in the spelling, or if getting them right takes considerable concentration, then Wordchain 3 is where you should start.

These patterns are not adequately covered in Wordchain 4. It is better to get a solid foundation in the basics with Wordchain 3 than to leap ahead too quickly.

Can the student read these words accurately and easily?

shroud dredged tribute spurn blotched yearn statute furtive mirth laird wearily macaw shrew foible taut furze

Can the student spell these words?

smudge earnest slouched immune urge clutched squirm repair bearded flawless screw embroider launch protrude exclude burden

Wordchain4 ICON 256The student should be able to read all the words relatively easily, and spell most of them. If not, then Wordchain 4 is for you!