For as long as I can remember, I have always read. I am not exactly sure at which age I learned but I always remember having and reading many books. I can’t imagine not being able to read, however there are many people young and old who have never picked up a book, can’t read at all or their reading ability is limited to few words.
U-CAN Dictionary was created by Justin and Annmarie Page (lifetime friend) with the assistance of friends and family (Hubby and I included) to help people of all ages achieve the goal of learning to read with “The Self Teaching Dictionary.” It was a long hard road to finish a dream that became a reality when the dictionary was finally published.
U-CAN is compiled of basic words with basic meanings to help you begin. Starting with the ABC’s. Each page is filled with 1, 2 3..11 letter words all in alphabetical order, with word games and more to make this a fun learning experience. Once you know a few small words, you can expand those words to create longer letter words. example : at – rat- brat, crate and so on.. It is that simple.
My hubby (pictured above) can’t spell very well however he has become a better speller/reader and is able to find words with ease, using the U-CAN Dictionary.
Click to learn more through Interviews with local media, view a sample and order a copy of your own U-CAN Dictionary from Inclusion Press
Summer is almost over and that means Back to School. What better way to start off the school year and Literacy month with a copy of U-CAN Dictionary. The creators would like to give away 2 copies of U-CAN Dictionary to aid someone in achieving there goals. Two Canadian readers can win a copy by entering in the form below.
Good Luck and Happy Reading!