Posts Tagged ‘Interactive reading program for kids’

Stationary bike helps kids read, get fit

Kids have a lot of energy and it’s often found to be beneficial for them to move as they learn.  Now, teachers in Florida have found a way for kids to get exercise while they learn to read.  Here’s more about this unique “ride and read” initiative: ORLANDO, Fla. (WOFL FOX 35 ORLANDO) – As the wheels turn in the…

7 Recommended Movies for Discussion in Elementary English

Anne (Teacher) asks: Do you have any recommended short movies for discussion in elementary English class? Dr. Marion Blank answers: This question is one that is close to my heart since I have long used movies as a key tool in teaching. Films represent an amazingly powerful and motivating force and when they are blended into the curriculum, the children’s…

Ask Reading Kingdom: What key tips/advice would you give to new teachers?

Judy (Educator) asks: What key tips/advice would you share for new teachers to keep in mind? Dr. Marion Blank answers: Whether they are familiar with the term or not, new teachers are well-versed in the psychology of edutainment; that is, the idea that the content of any teaching should be designed not simply to educate but to entertain as well….

Our Reading Program Impresses Moms!

Jennifer is a mom who signed her child for Reading Kingdom and was quickly pleased with the many positive results our reading program provided. Here’s what she thinks: “I am very impressed with the comprehensive English Language Arts that Reading Kingdom supports. It’s more than just phonics and whole language that I see with other programs. I love the comprehension,…

Kids Learn to Read with Minimal Supervision

Jennifer is a mom who signed her son up to learn to read with Reading Kingdom, then stepped away and watched the learning take place! Here’s what she had to say: “River began at the beginning, learning keyboarding and letter sequencing. He really enjoyed these lessons, each of which was about 15 minutes long, they were short, fun, and really…

Reading Kingdom succeeds where traditional teaching strategies come up short: Mom discovers solution

Carey is a mom who found out how quickly our reading program can find AND fix flaws in traditional teaching strategies used for language development.  Here’s what she had to say after introducing her daughter to the Reading Kingdom: When Sprout began using Reading Kingdom, despite the fact that I’d read some of the information about what sets this program…