Indonesia's partner for literacy
We equip teachers and parents to teach reading effectively, so that children across Indonesia can learn to love reading
Saya Suka Membaca Literacy Curriculum
Our curriculum takes children from the pre-reading stage (not knowing any letters) to reading fluently and with understanding. Our materials are designed to be effective, enjoyable and easy to use.
Indonesian Language Levelled Reading Books
Our Indonesian-language levelled reading books were made to help Indonesian children learn to read fluently, and to love reading.
We train teachers to use the Saya Suka Membaca curriculum so that they can provide good-quality literacy lessons to the children in their care.
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Testimonies from our Users
Mario Kasih - Yayasan Pendar Pagi
SSM makes lesson preparation, curriculum planning and teaching easier, helping me to overcome three key challenges for me as a teacher.
Pak Erikson - Yayasan Perahu Nusantara
I had never taught children to read and write, but this curriculum makes it easy for them to understand, and features games and songs that bring reading into their world.
Ibu Dewi - Roshan Learning Centre
Saya Suka Membaca training really helps teachers because as well as learning to teach reading we also learn the materials in detail - and the methods we use are fun for kids.
Ibu Minda - Yayasan Suluh
The SSM training was really enjoyable for me because of how creative the facilitators were in delivering the materials, and every session involved actual practice. This made it easy to follow the stages of the curriculum. Then there are songs: songs for teaching letters, for teaching writing - it's creative, interesting, and never boring.
Pak James - Yayasan Lentera Cinta Bangsa
Watubambang - Palu
When I trained with Saya Suka Membaca I learnt many things that were new and interesting to me, and that I could teach to others. [For example] I learnt to use pictures, which are interesting to kids and help them to learn about letter sounds. I learnt the new technique of teaching reading using letter sounds [phonics] rather than spelling, and how to teach them to know letters and words.