Archive for the ‘Teaching a Child to Read’ Category

The Startling Statistics

Most people, even those whose children are facing the horror of reading difficulties, are totally unaware of the fact that the problem is not limited to 5 percent, 10 percent, or even 20 percent of the population. The shocking fact is that approximately 2 out of 3 children—perfectly healthy, normal children—fail to achieve proficiency in reading. It seems impossible to…

Weekend reading with your kids check out storylineonline

Are there days when you wish you had just a few more hours to get everything done AND go to the library. For the days when you don’t have time to go pick out new reading books visit storylineonline.net. Reading to children has been repeatedly shown to improve their reading, writing and communication skills, logical thinking, concentration and general academic…

Product Spotlight: Reading Kingdom: Stage 2

Click here to purchase The Reading Kingdom online program is quickly becoming known throughout the world as “the new and better way” to learn how to read. We wanted to let you know that the brilliant techniques underlying our program, Dr. Marion Blank’s“6-SIM” Six Skill Integrated Method, is also incorporated into many other products in the Reading Kingdom store. Today…

Reading Kingdom Deftly Deals with Dyslexia

Athena is a mom whose son has Dyslexia.  She signed him up for Reading Kingdom and quickly saw how our online reading program uses a unique approach to attack this learning disability.  Here’s what she has to say: My son Chad is 10 years old and has Dyslexia.  He is at about a 2nd grade level in his reading.  What…

Reading Kingdom PERFECT for multi-level Homeschooling

Renata is a mom who signed up 3 of her homeschoolers who are each at different reading levels, for Reading Kingdom.  Here’s more about her experience: Each of our 3 participants used Reading Kingdom daily for this review.  They used it in addition to their normal learning programs.  All three children were able to easily complete 2 lessons each day….

Ask Reading Kingdom: Could phonics instruction contribute to the development of dyslexia?

Chris (Parent) asks Could phonics instruction contribute to the development of dyslexia? Dr. Marion Blank (Reading Kingdom Founder) answers: This question at first glance may seem “far out.” It is basically asking: Is it possible that the dominant and well-intended teaching method used in reading instruction can cause the very difficulties it was designed to avoid? In other words it…