Posts Tagged ‘how to help a struggling reader’

Ask Reading Kingdom: How Did College Prepare You for Beginning and Struggling Readers?

In over 40 years of research and teaching, Dr. Marion Blank has helped thousands of people learn to read.  One of Reading Kingdom’s main specialties is in teaching beginning and struggling readers the literacy skills they need to become successful later in life. Angela (teacher) asks: How did college prepare you to teach beginning and struggling readers? Dr. Marion Blank…

Learn To Read Without the Struggle!

One of the most common problems parents have is convincing their children to actually want to learn to read.  The good news is that when children sit down with Lingo and company, they quickly forget about the stigmas attached to their daily reading lesson. Cristine was faced with this same issue until she signed her son up for Reading Kingdom. …

Lingo Liberates Struggling Readers!

For years, children that were considered “struggling readers” would be automatically categorized as having a learning disability that would hinder them from learning to read.  Reading Kingdom changes everything by focusing on a full range of literacy skills that teaches children   to read up to a third grade level, including struggling readers. Amy’s daughter started using Reading Kingdom during…

Struggling readers regain hope with our online reading program

Jenn is a mom whose child had trouble learning to read in the past.  Now that he “plays” with our online reading program, here’s what she has to say about his learning progress: “Reading Kingdom is a great online reading program for kids from Preschool to Grade 3 or those who are struggling readers.  I have a little guy who…

Tips for reluctant readers – What to do if your child hates to read

Usually, kids that are taught to read early and effectively and never experienced any of the difficulties that so many of our children have to face love to read.  And just as often, the kids who hate to read are those that experience difficulties in learning to read. The key to overcoming your child’s reluctance to read is to help…