Posts Tagged ‘teaching-a-child-to-read’

Teaching a child to read can be FUN!

As parents embark on the journey of  teaching a child to read, obstacles can frequently appear that leave both the parent and child frustrated. Kendra is a mom who was more than happy to bypass these potential problems by using Reading Kingdom with her Kindergartener.  Here’s what she thinks about our online reading program: “I’ll admit right here and now…

Early Education Spells Freedom!

“Freedom is nothing but a chance to be better.”  ~ Albert Camus Our opportunity to improve as a country hinges on early education.  This Independence Day, we’re exercising our freedom in taking steps towards the overall improvement in children’s literacy. The process of providing a better learning experience for elementary students across our great country is being accelerated with the…

2 key physical skills to prepare your preschooler to read & write

There are two sets of physical skills that lay the foundation to learn to read and write. Adults often take them for granted, since we mastered them a long time ago, but they must be learned by a young child before he or she learns to read. Visual Sequencing – The first skills involves the visual realm and it covers…

3 Ways to Make the Most of Your Online Reading Program

If you want your children to get the most out of the Reading Kingdom online reading program, it’s best that they practice it regularly. The following tips are great ways to foster a love of reading in children. 3 Ways to Make the Most of Your Online Reading Program Extending Out Encourage your child to read away from the program….

Teaching a Child to Read: Activities to Help Kids Remember Words

Last week, Dr. Marion talked about why children might not remember words when learning how to read. This week, she gives us some tips and activities parents can do in teaching a child to read to help them learn and remember words. In teaching a child to read, and helping them remember words, the following activities are ones to consider….

Teaching a Child to Read: How to Help Kids Remember Words

“My child doesn’t remember the words.” That’s one of the most common problems that parents report when teaching a child to read. While it is not often discussed, there are “good” neurological reasons for this to happen. Reading, and teaching a child to read , is a relatively new skill in the development of mankind and our brains have not…