Posts Tagged ‘how to teach children to read’

Parents Find the Perfect Fit for Teaching Kids to Read

Lisa is a mom who found our online reading program to be a fitting solution for her family.  Here’s what she has to say about how our program creates a happy experience when teaching kids to read: “One of the things I like most about Reading Kingdom is that it doesn’t just focus on large or difficult words.  It also…

Is a Computer Learning How to Read?

The internet and sites like Google have given us the ability to look up and learn new information almost instantly.   Now, computers are learning how to read the web and store information.  Here’s more about this story underway at Carnegie Mellon University: Tom Mitchell is a professor of computer science and Chair of the Machine Learning Department at Carnegie Mellon…

Another mom watches her child learn to read!

Nichol is a mom who recently signed up to watch her daughter continue to learn to read.  Here’s what she had to say about our online reading program: “Once signed up, the program evaluated [my daughter] Zoe to see which level she would begin at, so this was great news so she wouldn’t be disinterested of words or things she…

Learn to Read on National Family Literacy Day!

Helping children all over the world learn to read and write is Reading Kingdom’s passion.  Lingo and company love to celebrate education enthusiasts who advance children’s literacy skills and today, we’re excited to share National Family Literacy Day!  Here’s more about how today begins a month long celebration from the NCFL website: “Education advocates around the nation celebrate National Family…

9 Tips for How to Raise an Eager Reader

Are you a parent of a toddler who wants to foster a love of reading in your child? Even at your child’s young age, there are ways to make sure that your child loves to read. Here are the 9 best tips for how to raise an eager reader Talking in a slow, gentle manner with well-organized sentences about all…

Children have a strong desire to learn to read

From the moment children are born, they want to interact with others.  Though their language may not initially be the same as ours, they quickly start picking up both the verbal and non-verbal language skills they need to communicate with people around them. As children continue to grow, they want to become more knowledgeable of their environment.  Children are always…