For Students

  • Become an independent and confident reader
  • Choose what and how you want to read
  • Learn everything you need to know about a word or phrase, instantly in one place
  • Get pronunciation, part of speech, context sensitive and age appropriate definitions and examples for a word
  • For a given word or phrase, view a related image, video and hear a related sound
  • Take a quiz to verify your comprehension

For Parents

  • Enable your children to become confident, independent readers
  • Get all the same great features as students
  • Create and manage custom content
  • Make your custom content rich and interactive instantaneously
  • Create a reading network between your children, teachers, and guardians
  • Control what can be seen and heard

For Teachers

  • Enable your students to become more confident, independent readers
  • Get all the same great features as students
  • Create and manage custom content
  • Make your custom content rich and interactive instantaneously
  • Create a reading network between your students and their parents
  • Manage classes, reading groups, and create reading assignments for your students
  • Control what can be seen and heard

TESTIMONIALS

I frequently encounter new words that I don’t see often. I am able to quickly learn all about the word without looking it up in the dictionary or searching for it.

– An eighth-grade student

This is a great tool for my students from other countries. When I try to explain a word or phrase, I can immediately show them a picture instead of trying to explain it with words.

– A first-grade teacher

WhizRead is helpful for my son, who is more of a visual and auditory learner.

– Parent of a fifth-grader

My daughter reads really well, but I feel she doesn’t fully understand what she reads. This app can help her with that.

– Parent of a third-grader

This is a great app even for established readers because they can learn new words and phrases along the way and improve their reading skills.

– A fourth-grade teacher

I like that everything’s in one place: I can ask the app to read for me, I can see images and I can also hear audio. I don’t need to look words up in a dictionary, or search for images or video clips.

– a fourth-grade student