You've tried everything and your child is still a struggling reader. Tiger Tuesday will turn your struggling reader into a happy confident reader by playing card games just 15 minutes a day!
Struggling readers need to learn phonics. That takes practice. And you know, struggling readers don’t want to practice. But, they will practice if they’re having fun playing old fashioned card games that they probably already know and love.
Play any or all of these classic games using the same deck of cards from the Tiger Tuesday® Reading Program:
Go-Fish * Memory * Crazy Eights * Old Maid * War
Play up to 5 Game Variations with each of the eight decks means there are 37 different games!
No books needed, just these four decks. By switching games IT'S IMPOSSIBLE TO GET BORED,
and they're READING THE ENTIRE TIME!
Research proven games created by Award Winning Educators, Dr. Linda Silbert, PhD and Dr. Al Silbert, EdD
use the latest multi-sensory, Orton-Gillingham Phonics methodology. These are the same games used
successfully by master tutors at the Strong Learning Centers® in NY.
"All of our students and our teachers benefited tremendously from your program. Thank you." — Sharon Healy, Head of School Farmington Valley Academy Montessori
“Finally, an engaging reading program that’s so much fun that kids are motivated to read.”
— Greg Chahalis, Reading Specialist, Westchester Co., NY
“I love playing Go Fish. I never understood what VCE meant before. Now I know, because when I have the word ‘hop’ it goes with ‘hope.’ VCE is so easy.” — Amanda, 3rd grade
“I used to hate to read, but I love reading about Tiger. He’s so funny.” — Mario, 5th grade
“I homeschool my kids and find it hard to motivate them. They love Tiger Tuesday, so learning to read is all smiles. Thank you.” — Mom, Nassau County, NY
“I love Tiger Tuesday. I don’t know what happened, but reading became so easy.”
— Sean, 4th grade
“What I love most about what I’ve seen so far is how excited my student is about the games. Your philosophy about students having fun while learning is a breath of fresh air. Teaching high standards while having fun is a wonderful combination. Always looking for a new approach that can do both.”
— Meredith Lippman, Reading Tutor
“My 7 year old daughter, Lila, is a struggling reader. She was just introduced to the Tiger Tuesday Reading Program. Lila was actively engaged in fun reading activities for an hour and forty-five minutes. I know that the Tiger Tuesday program will help my daughter develop a love for learning and reading.”
— Melissa Zaug, Speech Pathologist
“My 8 year old son WAS a struggling reader, but no longer. We played the Tiger Tuesday Card Games, because at that time he refused to read from books. We used the same decks to pay Go Fish, Old Maid and Memory, his favorites. Even though he was reading the whole time, it was hard to stop him at 15 minutes. I'm happy to report that Tiger's magic seems to work. He's now so confident that he now picks up BOOKS to read by himself! Thank you, thank you, thank you.” — Homeschooler