Posts Tagged ‘literacy 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…

Mom deems Reading Kingdom “pretty close to perfect”

Meg is a mom who signed her early reader up for a subscription to Reading Kingdom and was nothing less than shocked at the results.  Here’s what she thinks of our reading program: I’m not certain that Reading Kingdom is “perfect,” but I think it’s pretty close. Programs that are very phonics based don’t work for us – Jude can’t…

Should We Require Computer Science Classes?

Our world relies more and more on technology, which leads us to an important conversation, of whether or not computer science classes should be required in school. Read more from Huffington Post: Computer science: Most of us don’t even know what it is. It seems distant and even a bit confronting. What does it mean? How is it used? Indeed,…

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…

Readers absorb less on Kindles than on paper, study finds

It’s been debated whether or not digital readers served the same benefits as books, and now, studies are beginning to show that books are still the boss. The Guardian has more: Research suggests that recall of plot after using an e-reader is poorer than with traditional books A new study which found that readers using a Kindle were “significantly” worse…