Posts Tagged ‘Kids Learning Websites’

Preschooler Reads Independently in Only a Few Weeks with Reading Kingdom

Amanda is a mom who signed her son up for Reading Kingdom and quickly saw the opportunities for literacy success our program provides.  Here’s what she thinks: I love Reading Kingdom because the first thing the student does is take an online evaluation. RK can be used for Preschool through third-grade reading levels, so children with better reading skills may…

Ask Reading Kingdom: What are the advantages and disadvantages of putting your child in preschool?

Emily (Parent) asks: What are the dis/advantages of putting your child in preschool? Dr. Marion Blank answers: When to start schooling is a highly charged topic. Currently the dominating belief seems to be “the more, the better” and “the earlier, the better.” This has led one mom blogger to write: “… the most shocking realization that I gained from ……

Our Program Provides Reading Lessons Children Love!

Sacha is a mom who reintroduced her daughter to the reading lessons at Reading Kingdom and was very happy with the results!  Here’s what she had to say: “A year made a huge difference in how much Faith (6) got out of this program and how much she enjoyed it.   This year she worked on it happily and many…

Ask Reading Kingdom: What do you think about the expansion of Preschool Programs?

Preschool expansion programs are a hot topic, generating strong points of view. Luann (Parent) asks: What is your opinion regarding expansion of pre-K Programs? Reading Kingdom founder, Dr. Marion Blank answers: Despite the media hype about the problems plaguing our schools, education in our society is held in high esteem. It is almost taken as a “given,” that “the more,…

One in four young people in developing countries unable to read, says UN

‘Legacy of illiteracy’ costing developing countries billions of dollars a year in wasted education funding, warns Unesco Billions in education funding is wasted every year because of the global illiteracy epidemic. Here’s more from The Guardian: One in four young people in developing countries are unable to read a sentence, according to a report, which warns that poor quality education…

Struggling Readers Have FUN Learning to Read!

It’s a fact that struggling readers feel burdened when parents and teachers try to help them learn to read.  Niki is a mom who has found light at the end of the tunnel for her son.  Here’s what she has to say about the difference our online reading program makes: “My son is 8 years old and has bipolar hearing…