Valentine’s Day Treat for Kids (and Parents): 25% off the Reading Kingdom – 3 days only

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Looking for a Valentine’s Day treat for your kids that will last long after the candy is gone? For 3 days only we’re offering 25% off new subscriptions to the Reading Kingdom online reading program and game. This means that your first subscription is only $15/month. Subscriptions for additional kids in your family will only cost $7.49/month. (You can cancel your subscription at any time.)
To get this great deal use this promotion code:

• Visit our sign up page –  http://www.readingkingdom.com/signup/createAccount.php
• Use this promotion code when you create your account: iHEARTRK

Remember, this offer expires in 3 days, on Thursday, February 16th, so act now!

The Reading Kingdom teaches kids to read and write to a third grade reading level.

• Most kids can do this online reading program on their own after just a few lessons
• It’s fun and children enjoy doing it
• It’s created by Dr. Marion Blank, one of the world’s top experts in literacy
• It works with any other curriculum a child may be using
• It’s the only program to offer customized online reading instruction for each child
• And, it’s the only system that teaches all 6 skills needed for reading & writing success!

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“My son adores the sessions through Reading Kingdom. Every night since his sign up he asks “When do my sessions start?” Here my unruly 7 year old who usually I fight tooth and nail to get to do his regular homework WANTS to hop online and start the newest session of Reading Kingdom. By the second night, he was comfortable with the program and the keyboard and actually argued with me that he wanted to go to start the next one instead of calling it a night. He doesn’t even realize he is learning, he thinks it’s an interactive game. Of course, I’m not going to tell him any different. The program speaks for itself when I say, sign your child up. They will WANT to do it.” — Hattie Ramos Bruner, parent