Posts Tagged ‘educational websites for kids’

Classic Reading Instruction Isn’t Enough. Here’s why:

The patented “6-SIM” Six Skill Integrated Method developed by Dr. Marion Blank has been awarded multiple times for the advantages it provides over classic teaching methods and this mom was the latest to find out why. Here’s what she has to say about our unique approach: “Reading Kingdom uses a very different approach from the typical phonics or whole language…

Educational Website Lingo Likes: Help My Kid Learn

Our mascot owl Lingo appreciates communities that help children learn from their own environment and every day experiences.  That’s why the educational website we like this week is HelpMyKidLearn.  Here’s more about them from their website: As a parent, you are your child’s first teacher. Your home is a place where lots of learning is happening every day. Your most…

Mom Loves the Portability of Our Reading Program!

Angie is a mom and recent subscriber to Reading Kingdom for her son.  Here’s what she thinks: By covering sequencing, writing, sounds, meaning, grammar, and comprehension, Reading Kingdom helps children learn to read in a more balanced approach than phonics (sounds) alone. That’s right, you can have more than one child on your account! Being that it is a website…

Our Program Helps Create Lifelong Readers

Emily is a mom who used Reading Kingdom as part of her teaching toolkit to help her 3 kids become lifelong readers.  Here’s what she thinks about our program: We have worked hard to instill a love of reading in our kids, but as with anything worth doing, it is often hard work at first.  This is the case with…

Educational Website Lingo Likes: Project Gutenberg

Johannes Gutenberg’s invention of mechanical movable type printing is one of the most important events in human history.  It created many new opportunities for learning, led to a sharp rise in literacy rates, and caused a dramatic cultural shift that helped to create the world we live in today. We applaud projects that foster education, and that’s why our mascot…

Campaign to End ‘Shameful’ Reading Gap in Primary Schools

The future of children’s literacy does not look so bright on the other side of the Atlantic.  Here’s more about the wide reading gap in England’s primary schools: Around 1.5 million children will leave primary school struggling to read by 2025 unless urgent action is taken, according to new research published today by a campaign group set up to eradicate…