Posts Tagged ‘reading-program-for-kids’

Ask Reading Kingdom: Why are there so many people with dyslexia in today’s world?

Karen (Parent) asks: Why are there so many people with dyslexia in today’s world? Dr. Marion Blank answers: Years ago, in speaking about reading problems, it was common to speak about two groups. One, the far larger group, was referred to by a variety of names such as slow readers or poor readers.  Generally these were children from less advantaged…

Reading Kingdom Deftly Deals with Dyslexia

Athena is a mom whose son has Dyslexia.  She signed him up for Reading Kingdom and quickly saw how our online reading program uses a unique approach to attack this learning disability.  Here’s what she has to say: My son Chad is 10 years old and has Dyslexia.  He is at about a 2nd grade level in his reading.  What…

In One State, More Children Homeschool Than Attend Private Schools. Why That Shouldn’t Shock You.

Homeschooling has become increasingly popular, and in North Carolina, enrollment has actually surpassed the number of students attending private schools.  The Daily Signal shares more: “In North Carolina, the number of homeschoolers has now surpassed the number of students attending private schools. That statistic may seem shocking if you’ve been a stranger to the growth of the homeschooling movement, which…

Reading Kingdom PERFECT for multi-level Homeschooling

Renata is a mom who signed up 3 of her homeschoolers who are each at different reading levels, for Reading Kingdom.  Here’s more about her experience: Each of our 3 participants used Reading Kingdom daily for this review.  They used it in addition to their normal learning programs.  All three children were able to easily complete 2 lessons each day….

Reading Kingdom Adds the Right Element for Children with Dyslexia

Rebekah is a mom who tried out Reading Kingdom for her son with Dyslexia. Here’s what she thought about our approach to helping children learn to read: I am always looking for something to give Josiah just a little extra something. It could be that extra something that makes all the difference. He is 11 years old and dyslexic. The…

Ask Reading Kingdom: What are the top questions from homeschoolers about early literacy?

Pamela (parent) asks: What is a top question or concern you receive from parents of home schooled children about early literacy? Reading Kingdom answers: Home schoolers and non-home schoolers often express a common concern. Both groups repeatedly question the key role that writing plays in the Reading Kingdom. Often the question is phrased in the following terms: I want my…