Phonics awareness is the key to confident reading and writing. The best way to learn and understand phonics is through the Kitehawk Program.

Benefits to you

Get impressive results faster and experience the skills and advantage in life you will achieve with improved reading and writing.

Kitehawk Learning is suited to both children and adults and is used as a remedial literacy program in primary and secondary schools, technical institutions, prisons, adult literacy and with Indigenous students in Remote Community Schools in Australia.

Many primary schools use Kitehawk as their mainstream literacy program.
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Content

Kitehawk Learning is a self-paced, phonetic-based spelling and literacy program, developing a detailed knowledge of phonics and spelling skills, together with editing skills, vocabulary building, grammar and punctuation activities.

The Kitehawk Online Program has been developed from the popular print version developed since 2004.

Each Level of the Kitehawk Program takes up to 35 weeks to complete. There are up to 35 Units and up to 370 Activities in each Level. The International Phonics Association (IPA) notation system is used here to teach phonics.

The Kitehawk Program is systematic – growing in complexity as a student moves through Level 1 (Year 3) to Level 4 (Year 6).
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Pricing

30 day trial with 100% money back guarantee.

No contract, if the course is not right for you opt out within 30 days for a full refund.

Individual students:
AUD $29.95 a one-off payment for access to one level for 12 months. 

Schools:
AUD $9.95 per student for access to one level for 12 months. (Minimum of 5 student enrolments to receive the school group pricing.) 

Which course should I enrol in?

Begin at the level that's right for you.

Level 1

Suitable for average Year 3 students (about 8 years of age) to adults.

The 30 week program has 30 Units and 370 activities.

Level 1 covers Spelling, Phonics, Spelling Skills, Synonyms, Antonyms, Compound Words, Grammar and Dictionary Skills and teaches students to read questions carefully and to work independently.
Click here for Level 1

Level 2

Suitable for average Year 4 students (about 9 years of age) to adults.

The 35 week program has 34 Units and 370 activities.

Level 2 covers Spelling, Phonics, Spelling Skills, Synonyms, Antonyms, Syllables, Prefixes, Suffixes, Homophones, Grammar, Punctuation, Dictionary Skills and more.
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Level 3

Suitable for average Year 5 students (about 10 years of age) to adults.

The 36 week program has 35 Units and 370 activities.

Level 3 covers Spelling, Phonics, Spelling Skills, Prefixes, Suffixes, Synonyms, Antonyms, Homophones, Grammar, Punctuation, Editing Skills, Dictionary Skills, Vocabulary Building and more.
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Level 4

Suitable for average Year 6 students (about 11 years of age) to adults.

The 35 week program has 34 Units and 280 activities.

Level 4 covers Spelling, Phonics, Spelling Skills, Prefixes, Suffixes, Synonyms, Antonyms, Homophones, Grammar, Punctuation, Editing Skills, Dictionary Skills, Vocabulary Building and more.
Click here for Level 4

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About the Author

Mark Nevill the author, self-published the first Kitehawk Literacy Program in 2004. The online version published in 2019 is based on the 2004 print program.

Mark Nevill graduated from the Graylands Teachers’ College in 1966, and was appointed to the government school at Balgo Mission in the southern Kimberley of Western Australia. Most of the Aboriginal children he taught were born in the Great Sandy Desert and had recently walked into the mission.
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