Are You Teaching Reading to Your Kids the Right Way for Success?

Teaching reading to your kids the right way can help them gain an educational advantage during their school years and beyond. Are You Teaching Your Child to read to succeed?

Teaching reading to your kids by making it fun and enjoyable is one of the greatest gifts you can give them. Teaching them to read in a way that sparks their creativity and imagination can ignite the desire to learn and instill basic critical skills that they can take with them their entire lives.

Like all good parents, you want to provide your kids with everything they need to excel throughout their school years and beyond. You want to help them discover the worlds that open up to them when they learn to read.

The most common mistake I see parents make is that they don't get involved enough in their children's education. This is certainly not because they don't care; it's often because:

  • they feel it is the job of the schools to educate their kids and so they delegate 100% of all teaching to the classrooms.
  • they fear they don't have the right skills to teach their children to read properly.
  • they are overwhelmed by all the confusing contradictory information about the best way to teach.



Fortunately, there is an abundance of teaching reading tools to help you guide your children to success. We will present you with a wide array of:




These tools and resources will help you give your kids an educational advantage during their early years and help them discover the joy of learning to read.





Did you Know?

  • 21 Million Americans can't read at all.

  • Children who are poor readers at the end of 1st grade almost NEVER acquire average level reading skills.

  • According to the National Adult Literary Survey, kids who haven't developed basic literary skills by the time they enter school are 3 to 4 times more likely to drop out in later years.
  • Children who enjoy reading do much better in school and in life than those who don’t.
  • Any child that is bored, uninterested or insecure about learning new things will not be able to learn as well as one who is engaged, excited and confident about learning.



Don’t let your children be one of these statistics. As parents, it’s up to you to ensure that your kids are provided all the resources they need to thrive and be successful.

How can you get your kids to love learning and love reading? It’s simple:

  • Read to them early and often
  • Make reading an interactive activity
  • Use reading games, reading activities, and educational toys to make it fun for them
  • Find great books with subjects that engage and interest them
  • Lead by example – let them see you reading and enjoying reading



What children learn and experience in their early years can shape their success or failure all throughout their lives.

So, when is the best time for teaching reading to your children?

The answer is Now! Give your kids the greatest gift – the magic and wonder of reading



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