Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Children Learning Reading Program Review

Learning to read is a skill that every child needs. Teaching a child to read is no easy task however. How do you know they are ready? Most people wait until their child is in school, but if you have an opportunity to teach your child sooner, it is worth checking out. 

The Basics
This Children Learning Reading program is a series of ebooks geared to teaching young children how to read effectively at an early age. As a home schooling mother, this intrigues me. I have 2 children learning to read right now. Every program I have seen uses a different technique. With this program, a child of 3 can be a fast and fluent reader. By spending 10-15 minutes each day, your child can be reading in a few short months! 

Did you know that 67% of all Grade 4 students cannot read at a proficient level? According to the National Assessment of Educational Progress, of those 67%, 33% read at just the BASIC level, and 34% CANNOT even achieve reading abilities of the lowest basic level! I have seen first hand how a lack of reading skills can follow a person through their life. 2 people very close to me struggle with their reading. Now as I am teaching my children, I want to be sure that they are proficient readers. 

The Children Learning Reading program gives you step by step instructions, and lessons to teach your child. It is presented in a fun way that any child would be excited to do with Mom or Dad. So far, Little A is my guinea pig for this one. He already has some basic skills, and this program is ensuring that those basic skills become fluent reading in time. So far, he is an eager learner, and really enjoying every part of his learning experience!

Buy It:
Order the Standard Children Learning Reading program for $49.00. Give your children the head start that will follow them a life time!

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  1. Looks like a great way to get the kids reading efficiencies ahead. Involved parents is key.