It’s so fun, “she’s sticking with it.”

Reading Kingdom’s multi-pronged approach to literacy works with readers who are above grade level, as well as children who are only beginning to learn to read.  Dawn is a mom of 3 who used this program with her girls who are homeschooled. Read more:

I have been homeschooling the girls this summer. I was lucky enough to come across Reading Kingdom while searching for reading programs. My girls love the program. It’s very easy to set up and also easy to use. I can set my girls up on the program and do housework while they do their Reading Kingdom.

Brooke is 9 years old and struggles with reading. While in public school she has reading class. This summer the school did not have a reading program so I was happy to find something fun to hold her attention while practicing to read.

Madison is 6 and has no issues with reading. She was one of the top readers in her class last year. This program figures out where they need the most help and works on what they need help with. So Madison does not get bored because it is too easy.

The program itself is developed for the ages of 4 – 10 years old and helps them read and write to a third grade level.  It’s a fun interactive online program that keeps the kids attention. It looks almost like a game so the kids really enjoy “playing” the program. Which for me is a win-win situation. I can get some housework done while the 2 girls are playing their reading program.

The reading comprehension was a huge bonus for me. Brooke is really struggling with it. And with this being fun she is sticking with it. I have seen a big improvement in her reading and reading comprehension since starting this game. What I like as a parent is I can keep track of what they are doing. The program will also email you progress reports.

Here’s a short video of Madison having fun with Reading Kingdom:

 

So as you can tell, my daughters enjoy the program. I highly recommend the program to help with reading. I know my girls love it and when Wyatt is old enough he will be using the program too. I’m sold. But don’t take my word for it, go try it yourself with this 30 days free link.

If you have a child who could use a supplemental program to help advance their overall literacy skills, sign up for a free 30 day trial of Reading Kingdom and see how we can help.  Lingo and company will see you soon!