Video: What Is Edublox? Who Can Benefit from It?

Edublox is a system of cognitive exercises, aimed at developing and automatising the foundational skills of reading, spelling, writing, mathematics and the skills required in the learning of subjects such as History.

Our programme is adaptable for the gifted and less gifted, and is applicable for all age groups. It can develop the learning skills of the high school learner to a very high degree, while it can also be used to prepare the Grade R child for reading and learning.

Edublox is effective for a variety of learning difficulties: reading difficulties, maths difficulties, dyslexia, and ADD/ADHD.

What skills are developed?

Attention: focused attention; sustained attention; divided attention

Perception: visual foreground-background differentiation; visual discrimination; form discrimination; spatial relations; visual synthesis and analysis; auditory foreground-background differentiation; auditory discrimination; auditory synthesis and analysis

Memory: iconic memory; short-term memory; long-term memory; visual memory; auditory memory; sequential memory; working memory

Logical Thinking: deductive reasoning; inductive reasoning


Language Skills (Edublox Classes): reading; spelling; vocabulary; comprehension

Maths Skills (Mathblox Classes): understanding of terminology; mental arithmetic; word sums; reading time, etc.


To provide more clarity about Edublox we combined two TV programmes and a radio interview:


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Charmaine Paulse
Charmaine Paulse

Good day just wanted to know my son failed this year grade 9,and I believe what I’ve read up here is all signs of dyslexia what he have.So is there any medicine I can use for it.

Stephanie Greyling
Stephanie Greyling

hi. My toddler is becoming a late talker and his father has a history of dyslexia. at what stage can i introduce edublox to him, the toddler? i am not saying there is a problem yet, and he is very responsive, however he hardly says mommy or daddy. advice please.


Can a child b helped in her home language? I wanna book my son for this Saturday.

Susan du Plessis

Hello Elisa

Our classes are offered in English and Afrikaans.


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