Posts Tagged ‘Reading Kingdom’

Homeschool Mom Turns Reading Into Play!

Another homeschool mom has become witness to seeing her kids have fun as they learn to read. Here’s what she thinks about the game-like approach used in our online reading program: Reading Kingdom is very simple to use. Princess Magpie was very excited by the idea of it. She has never had any exposure to computers at all in the…

Educational Website Lingo Likes: My Hero

Stories of heroism are a great source of inspiration and motivation for kids.  That’s why MY HERO is the educational website Lingo likes this week.  Here’s more about them from their website: “The mission of MY HERO is to use media and technology to celebrate the best of humanity and to empower people of all ages to realize their own…

3 Tips for Parents Supporting Children’s Learning at Home

David (parent) asks: Which three pieces of advice would you give parents about supporting their children’s learning at home? Dr. Marion Blank answers: A few years back, a study appeared with the following headline: To predict student success, there’s no place like home. (http://news.ufl.edu/2010/03/22/school-success). It’s an apt way of stating what we’ve long known—namely, that what happens in the home…

Reading Kingdom Wins Top Homeschool Curriculum Award!

Reading Kingdom is excited to announce that we have received the Homeschool.com Top Homeschool Curriculum Award. Reading Kingdom is an award-winning program that uses fun, interactive animated lessons to teach children 4-10 how to read and write to a 3rd grade level. Reviewers were especially impressed by Reading Kingdom’s patented, adaptive curriculum. It is the only program available that uses…

The Reading Kingdom program: Making Moms happy!

All parents want their children to excel in their reading and writing ability. Shelley from Sweep Tight was happy to finally find our online reading program for kids that works with her daughters individual group of needs to improve them.     “My daughter is six years old and loves school. Unfortunately, our district has really backwards policies for kindergarten…

How to follow a child’s progress in the Reading Kingdom

You’ve asked for it and we’ve delivered! We’re thrilled to announce we’ve expanded the reporting features in the Reading Kingdom. Now you can view specific information on the results for each level in the program and each word a child learns. Here’s how you do it. Log in to your Reading Kingdom account and click on the reader whose progress…