“One in four children grows up not knowing how to read.”
National Institute of Child Health and Human Development
Nardagani Has a Solution
With just 12 simple symbols, a challenged reader can understand every sound of each letter. The guesswork in reading is eliminated. Words go from being confusing to being fascinating!
Japan has one of the highest literacy rates in the world. The Nardagani reading program was adapted for English based on Japan’s reading system called Hiragana. Both systems use symbols to help student’s learn to read quickly and easily. The Hiragana method uses 48 symbols. The Nardagani method uses only 12 simple symbols.
The Nardagani reading program comes in a kit, including an interactive desktop app, as well as games, books and worksheets. Research shows that a student has a 70% higher success rate when taught by a real life instructor. Instructors can be a parent, a friend, a tutor. In fact, anybody can easily learn to teach this program.
|How we began|
|Nardagani offers a solution|
|Narda talks about foundational Practice Books|
|Narda teaches inmates to read|