Posts Tagged ‘cool reading games’

Where “Foniks” Fails Reading Kingdom Prevails!

Melanie is a mom who tried Reading Kingdom to fill the gaps in her daughter’s learning. Here’s what she thinks: “I have always liked phonics (I’m sentimental), but I recognize that the English language is complicated and has more exceptions than rules, and phonics just doesn’t cover everything.  A system that combines multiple learning methods is bound to be more…

See Jane Learn to Read!

Mary is a mom who recently discovered Reading Kingdom for her daughter Jane.  After watching her learn to read with our fun reading program for kids, here’s what she had to say: “What if learning was fun? Sort of like a rainy day activity on the computer to keep them busy? I recently had the pleasure of testing out a…

Teach Children to Read Through Play!

The best way to teach children to read is to let them think they’re playing a game.  Krista found significant differences in her children’s language skills once she used the Reading Kingdom.  Here’s what she had to say about our online reading program and game: “The program loads right from an Internet browser, so you have very little wait and…

How To Motivate Older Children To Learn to Read

Children form habits and preference based on experience.  If repeated failure is present, they can be reluctant to try new strategies to learn to read. Eleanor (teacher) asks: What strategies do you use to motivate older students who are reluctant to read? Literacy expert and Reading Kingdom founder, Dr. Marion Blank answers: An answer to this question requires a distinction…