teacher International school

student 4th grade of primary school

"You build words and it is like a nice game, like FRIV!  Whenever you feel like it, you can use it, just at home. Every day you become better in reading and spelling. This change comes very fast."

student 3rd grade of primary school

"When building up the table with prefixes (purple), you notice that you remember all these prefixes very well afterwards."

"It’s a pleasant program especially the exercises with the balls."

"It never leaves me disappointed!"

"It is different from the way you learn at school, and much easier."

"It helps me to write without any difficulty."

Student 5th grade of primary school

"It helped me a lot in spelling. It is logical and it makes me understand how words are built up. I don’t get lost anymore when I am writing. Spelling is not difficult for me anymore. You don’t get bored doing the exercises. They are interesting and the movements of the colours are very nice. It’s fun!"

Student 2nd grade high school

"The Lexilogy program seemed a bit weird to me in the beginning, but soon I realised it was very useful. It helped me to understand the structure of every word, where it comes from and how the word is divided in separate morphemes. The colours used for every different morpheme help a lot in understanding complex words. This comprehension contributed in approving my spelling skills... In a few months I saw important progress in my reading and spelling skills!"

Student 1st grade of high school

"Initially I had my doubts how all these colours could help me with spelling. It seemed a bit childish to me. But when I understood the concept, it started to have a meaning. I saw the relation and slowly the words started to fold open before me, without any effort. Eventually it is a very simple program, easy and nice and it looks like a computer game."


“My daughter has autism; Lexilogy for the Greek Language has provided her with an incredibly effective way of improving her reading and spelling. Lexilogy has helped her to break each word down to understand the sounds and how to put them together.”