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I can't believe we finally did it! Little did my husband and I expect that in just 3 short weeks, our 4-year-old daughter would be reading not just words, but full sentences and story books. But of course, this wasn't the case a few months ago... As a mother of a 4-year-old girl, I have struggled to teach my daughter for the last 5 months how to read until I took noticed of a new boy who has just joined in my daughter's playgroup (who is only 3 years old) reading full sentences from a book. Intrigued, I chatted up with his mother and she told me about what she did and the program she used to teach her son to learn to read at an early age. To be honest, I was skeptical at first but then I thought if her son is reading, 'why not give it a try' And it’s working!!! Little did we expect that in just 3 short weeks, our daughter is reading not just words, but full sentences and story books. After about 4 months into the program, our little princess could read the “Step into Reading - Step 2" book series (Grade 1 Level) on her own. The results and transformation from this program were so incredible that we have also witness first hand on how our daughter has grown more confident. Now, we can also see that she loves going to school and interacting more with other children in her class. Imagine been able to see a child who learns to read joyfully at home, at an early age, with a loving parent, grows in self-confidence and independence. We're so glad that we found and started this early and this has helped our daughter overcome her struggles. Perhaps this program can be also be helpful to any parent looking to develop their child’s reading skills in an easy and effective way and set him or her up for success just as it did for our daughter...
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I can't believe we finally did it! Little did my husband and I expect that in just 3 short weeks, our 4-year-old daughter would be reading not just words, but full sentences and story books. But of course, this wasn't the case a few months ago... As a mother of a 4-year-old girl, I have struggled to teach my daughter for the last 5 months how to read. It seemed like no matter what my husband and I tried, there was little progress and we were trying everything... flash cards, sight words, reading games, early learning subscription apps, school focus groups, literally the list goes on and ON. I even bought an expensive award-winning reading program (nearly $170 after discounts) that claims to teach babies to read. Just when I thought I was at my limits, I took noticed of a new boy who has just joined in my daughter's playgroup (who is only 3 years old) reading full sentences from a book. Intrigued by what I just witnessed, I chatted up with his mother and she told me about what she did and the program she used to teach her son to learn to read at an early age. To be honest, I was skeptical at first (as I've seemingly tried everything) but then I thought if her son is reading, 'why not give it a try' And it’s working!!! Little did we expect that in just 3 short weeks, our daughter is reading not just words, but full sentences and story books. After about 4 months into the program, our little princess could read the “Step into Reading - Step 2" book series (Grade 1 Level) on her own. The results and transformation from this program were so incredible that we have also witness first hand on how our daughter has grown more confident, discipline and mature. She is also now more curious about how things work and loves going to school and interacting with other children in her class. Imagine been able to see a child who learns to read joyfully at home, at an early age, with a loving parent, grows in self-confidence and independence. Clearly, it’s never too early or too late to start teaching a child to read. Regardless of the child's age, starting a reading program at a young age will have ample benefits. Perhaps this program can be also be helpful to any parent looking to develop their child’s reading skills in an easy and effective way... tap below to watch the following private presentation and see if this groundbreaking reading program along with all the additional free bonuses that come along with it can get your child into a lifetime of reading and set him or her up for success just as it did for our daughter.
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116 Days

I can't believe we finally did it! Little did my husband and I expect that in just 3 short weeks, our 4-year-old daughter would be reading not just words, but full sentences and story books. But of course, this wasn't the case just 5 months ago... (...continue reading below for the full story) As a mother of a 4-year-old girl, I recognize the many challenges of being a parent. From trying to establish a bedtime routine to get my child to sleep at night, getting her to eat the right foods to trying to teach her how to speak and read, motherhood is a full-time job. Granted, there were those special and heartwarming moments; like when she took her first step, or the first time she said mama. Yet, the one thing we focus on as parents is progress. Most parents would be quick to admit, that after the first step and first words, the next step is teaching our child to read. Learning to read at an early age has many benefits and as numerous studies have shown, children who learned to read at an early age have greater general knowledge, better attention spans and concentration and excel better in school as well as in life. So, in our effort to secure a successful future for our little girl, I went in search of programs and books that would help me in developing my child’s reading skills. However, no matter what we tried, there was little progress and we were trying everything... flash cards, sight words, reading games, early learning subscription apps, literally the list goes on and ON. I even bought an expensive award-winning reading program (nearly $170 after discounts) that claims to teach babies to read. Lest to say, my daughter continues to struggle with her reading and I got frustrated and discouraged by the slow progress. Just when I thought I was at my limits; I took noticed of a new boy who has just joined in my daughter's playgroup (who is only 3 years old) reading full sentences from a book. Intrigued by what I just witnessed, I chatted up with his mother and she told me about what she did and the program she used to teach her son to learn to read at an early age. To be honest, I was skeptical at first (as I've seemingly tried everything) but then I thought if her son is reading, 'why not give it a try' And it’s working!!! Little did we expect that in just 3 short weeks, our daughter is reading not just words, but full sentences and story books. After about 4 months into the program, our little princess could read the “Step into Reading - Step 2" book series (Grade 1 Level) on her own. The results and transformation from this were so incredible and her improvement in such a short time span has been nothing short of astonishing! Imagine how rewarding it is to see a child who learns to read joyfully at home, at an early age, with a loving parent, grows in self-confidence and independence. It's certainly a rewarding experience for me and my husband. With our daughter, we have witness first hand on how she has grown more confident, discipline and mature. She is also now more curious about how things work and loves going to school and interacting with other children in her class. Of course, a child who is a reader also has a distinct advantage over his or her peers. Compare this to the child who is still trying to read, learning in a crowded classroom, competing with his or her classmates for the personal attention of the teacher or teacher's assistant. Imagine the effect on the child's ego, on seeing others picking up this skill, while he or she lags behind. Which child is going to have a stronger self-image Which child is going to be more self-confident Which child is going to be a leader versus a follower in the classroom Clearly, the one whose parents taught him or her reading early, at a young age. It’s never too late to start teaching a child to read. Regardless of the child's age, starting a reading program at a young age will have ample benefits. Perhaps this program can be also be helpful to any parent looking to develop their child’s reading skills in an easy and effective w
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I can't believe we finally did it! Little did my husband and I expect that in just 3 short weeks, our 4-year-old daughter would be reading not just words, but full sentences and story books. But of course, this wasn't the case just 5 months ago... (...continue reading below for the full story) As a mother of a 4-year-old girl, I recognize the many challenges of being a parent. From trying to establish a bedtime routine to get my child to sleep at night, getting her to eat the right foods to trying to teach her how to speak and read, motherhood is a full-time job. Granted, there were those special and heartwarming moments; like when she took her first step, or the first time she said mama. Yet, the one thing we focus on as parents is progress. Most parents would be quick to admit, that after the first step and first words, the next step is teaching our child to read. Learning to read at an early age has many benefits and as numerous studies have shown, children who learned to read at an early age have greater general knowledge, better attention spans and concentration and excel better in school as well as in life. So, in our effort to secure a successful future for our little girl, I went in search of programs and books that would help me in developing my child’s reading skills. However, no matter what we tried, there was little progress and we were trying everything... flash cards, sight words, reading games, early learning subscription apps, literally the list goes on and ON. I even bought an expensive award-winning reading program (nearly $170 after discounts) that claims to teach babies to read. Lest to say, my daughter continues to struggle with her reading and I got frustrated and discouraged by the slow progress. Just when I thought I was at my limits; I took noticed of a new boy who has just joined in my daughter's playgroup (who is only 3 years old) reading full sentences from a book. Intrigued by what I just witnessed, I chatted up with his mother and she told me about what she did and the program she used to teach her son to learn to read at an early age. To be honest, I was skeptical at first (as I've seemingly tried everything) but then I thought if her son is reading, 'why not give it a try' And it’s working!!! Little did we expect that in just 3 short weeks, our daughter is reading not just words, but full sentences and story books. After about 4 months into the program, our little princess could read the “Step into Reading - Step 2" book series (Grade 1 Level) on her own. The results and transformation from this were so incredible and her improvement in such a short time span has been nothing short of astonishing! Imagine how rewarding it is to see a child who learns to read joyfully at home, at an early age, with a loving parent, grows in self-confidence and independence. It's certainly a rewarding experience for me and my husband. With our daughter, we have witness first hand on how she has grown more confident, discipline and mature. She is also now more curious about how things work and loves going to school and interacting with other children in her class. Of course, a child who is a reader also has a distinct advantage over his or her peers. Compare this to the child who is still trying to read, learning in a crowded classroom, competing with his or her classmates for the personal attention of the teacher or teacher's assistant. Imagine the effect on the child's ego, on seeing others picking up this skill, while he or she lags behind. Which child is going to have a stronger self-image Which child is going to be more self-confident Which child is going to be a leader versus a follower in the classroom Clearly, the one whose parents taught him or her reading early, at a young age. It’s never too late to start teaching a child to read. Regardless of the child's age, starting a reading program at a young age will have ample benefits. Perhaps this program can be also be helpful to any parent looking to develop
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I can't believe we finally did it! Little did my husband and I expect that in just 3 short weeks, our 4-year-old daughter would be reading not just words, but full sentences and story books. But of course, this wasn't the case a few months ago... As a mother of a 4-year-old girl, I have struggled to teach my daughter for the last 5 months how to read until I took noticed of a new boy who has just joined in my daughter's playgroup (who is only 3 years old) reading full sentences from a book. Intrigued, I chatted up with his mother and she told me about what she did and the program she used to teach her son to learn to read at an early age. To be honest, I was skeptical at first but then I thought if her son is reading, 'why not give it a try' And it’s working!!! Little did we expect that in just 3 short weeks, our daughter is reading not just words, but full sentences and story books. After about 4 months into the program, our little princess could read the “Step into Reading - Step 2" book series (Grade 1 Level) on her own. The results and transformation from this program were so incredible that we have also witness first hand on how our daughter has grown more confident. Now, we can also see that she loves going to school and interacting more with other children in her class. Imagine been able to see a child who learns to read joyfully at home, at an early age, with a loving parent, grows in self-confidence and independence. We're so glad that we found and started this early and this has helped our daughter overcome her struggles. Perhaps this program can be also be helpful to any parent looking to develop their child’s reading skills in an easy and effective way and set him or her up for success just as it did for our daughter...
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93 Days

I can't believe we finally did it! Little did my husband and I expect that in just 3 short weeks, our 4-year-old daughter would be reading not just words, but full sentences and story books. But of course, this wasn't the case just 5 months ago... (...continue reading below for the full story) As a mother of a 4-year-old girl, I recognize the many challenges of being a parent. From trying to establish a bedtime routine to get my child to sleep at night, getting her to eat the right foods to trying to teach her how to speak and read, motherhood is a full-time job. Granted, there were those special and heartwarming moments; like when she took her first step, or the first time she said mama. Yet, the one thing we focus on as parents is progress. Most parents would be quick to admit, that after the first step and first words, the next step is teaching our child to read. Learning to read at an early age has many benefits and as numerous studies have shown, children who learned to read at an early age have greater general knowledge, better attention spans and concentration and excel better in school as well as in life. So, in our effort to secure a successful future for our little girl, I went in search of programs and books that would help me in developing my child’s reading skills. However, no matter what we tried, there was little progress and we were trying everything... flash cards, sight words, reading games, early learning subscription apps, literally the list goes on and ON. I even bought an expensive award-winning reading program (nearly $170 after discounts) that claims to teach babies to read. Lest to say, my daughter continues to struggle with her reading and I got frustrated and discouraged by the slow progress. Just when I thought I was at my limits; I took noticed of a new boy who has just joined in my daughter's playgroup (who is only 3 years old) reading full sentences from a book. Intrigued by what I just witnessed, I chatted up with his mother and she told me about what she did and the program she used to teach her son to learn to read at an early age. To be honest, I was skeptical at first (as I've seemingly tried everything) but then I thought if her son is reading, 'why not give it a try' And it’s working!!! Little did we expect that in just 3 short weeks, our daughter is reading not just words, but full sentences and story books. After about 4 months into the program, our little princess could read the “Step into Reading - Step 2" book series (Grade 1 Level) on her own. The results and transformation from this were so incredible and her improvement in such a short time span has been nothing short of astonishing! Imagine how rewarding it is to see a child who learns to read joyfully at home, at an early age, with a loving parent, grows in self-confidence and independence. It's certainly a rewarding experience for me and my husband. With our daughter, we have witness first hand on how she has grown more confident, discipline and mature. She is also now more curious about how things work and loves going to school and interacting with other children in her class. Of course, a child who is a reader also has a distinct advantage over his or her peers. Compare this to the child who is still trying to read, learning in a crowded classroom, competing with his or her classmates for the personal attention of the teacher or teacher's assistant. Imagine the effect on the child's ego, on seeing others picking up this skill, while he or she lags behind. Which child is going to have a stronger self-image Which child is going to be more self-confident Which child is going to be a leader versus a follower in the classroom Clearly, the one whose parents taught him or her reading early, at a young age. It’s never too late to start teaching a child to read. Regardless of the child's age, starting a reading program at a young age will have ample benefits. Perhaps this program can be also be helpful to any parent looking to develop their child’s reading skills in an easy and effective w
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I can't believe we finally did it! Little did my husband and I expect that in just 3 short weeks, our 4-year-old daughter would be reading not just words, but full sentences and story books. But of course, this wasn't the case a few months ago... As a mother of a 4-year-old girl, I have struggled to teach my daughter for the last 5 months how to read. It seemed like no matter what my husband and I tried, there was little progress and we were trying everything... flash cards, sight words, reading games, early learning subscription apps, school focus groups, literally the list goes on and ON. I even bought an expensive award-winning reading program (nearly $170 after discounts) that claims to teach babies to read. Just when I thought I was at my limits, I took noticed of a new boy who has just joined in my daughter's playgroup (who is only 3 years old) reading full sentences from a book. Intrigued by what I just witnessed, I chatted up with his mother and she told me about what she did and the program she used to teach her son to learn to read at an early age. To be honest, I was skeptical at first (as I've seemingly tried everything) but then I thought if her son is reading, 'why not give it a try' And it’s working!!! Little did we expect that in just 3 short weeks, our daughter is reading not just words, but full sentences and story books. After about 4 months into the program, our little princess could read the “Step into Reading - Step 2" book series (Grade 1 Level) on her own. The results and transformation from this program were so incredible that we have also witness first hand on how our daughter has grown more confident, discipline and mature. She is also now more curious about how things work and loves going to school and interacting with other children in her class. Imagine been able to see a child who learns to read joyfully at home, at an early age, with a loving parent, grows in self-confidence and independence. Clearly, it’s never too early or too late to start teaching a child to read. Regardless of the child's age, starting a reading program at a young age will have ample benefits. Perhaps this program can be also be helpful to any parent looking to develop their child’s reading skills in an easy and effective way... tap below to watch the following private presentation and see if this groundbreaking reading program along with all the additional free bonuses that come along with it can get your child into a lifetime of reading and set him or her up for success just as it did for our daughter.
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91 Days

I can't believe we finally did it! Little did my husband and I expect that in just 3 short weeks, our 4-year-old daughter would be reading not just words, but full sentences and story books. But of course, this wasn't the case a few months ago... As a mother of a 4-year-old girl, I have struggled to teach my daughter for the last 5 months how to read until I took noticed of a new boy who has just joined in my daughter's playgroup (who is only 3 years old) reading full sentences from a book. Intrigued, I chatted up with his mother and she told me about what she did and the program she used to teach her son to learn to read at an early age. To be honest, I was skeptical at first but then I thought if her son is reading, 'why not give it a try' And it’s working!!! Little did we expect that in just 3 short weeks, our daughter is reading not just words, but full sentences and story books. After about 4 months into the program, our little princess could read the “Step into Reading - Step 2" book series (Grade 1 Level) on her own. The results and transformation from this program were so incredible that we have also witness first hand on how our daughter has grown more confident. Now, we can also see that she loves going to school and interacting more with other children in her class. Imagine been able to see a child who learns to read joyfully at home, at an early age, with a loving parent, grows in self-confidence and independence. We're so glad that we found and started this early and this has helped our daughter overcome her struggles. Perhaps this can also be helpful to any parent looking to develop their child’s reading skills in an easy and effective way... ... Tap below to watch the following private presentation and see if this groundbreaking reading program along with all the additional free bonuses that come along with it can get your child into a lifetime of reading and set him or her up for success just as it did for our daughter.
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78 Days

I can't believe we finally did it! Little did my husband and I expect that in just 3 short weeks, our 4-year-old daughter would be reading not just words, but full sentences and story books. But of course, this wasn't the case a few months ago... As a mother of a 4-year-old girl, I have struggled to teach my daughter for the last 5 months how to read. It seemed like no matter what my husband and I tried, there was little progress and we were trying everything... flash cards, sight words, reading games, early learning subscription apps, school focus groups, literally the list goes on and ON. I even bought an expensive award-winning reading program (nearly $170 after discounts) that claims to teach babies to read. Just when I thought I was at my limits, I took noticed of a new boy who has just joined in my daughter's playgroup (who is only 3 years old) reading full sentences from a book. Intrigued by what I just witnessed, I chatted up with his mother and she told me about what she did and the program she used to teach her son to learn to read at an early age. To be honest, I was skeptical at first (as I've seemingly tried everything) but then I thought if her son is reading, 'why not give it a try' And it’s working!!! Little did we expect that in just 3 short weeks, our daughter is reading not just words, but full sentences and story books. After about 4 months into the program, our little princess could read the “Step into Reading - Step 2" book series (Grade 1 Level) on her own. The results and transformation from this were so incredible and her improvement in such a short time span has been nothing short of astonishing! Imagine how rewarding it is to see a child who learns to read joyfully at home, at an early age, with a loving parent, grows in self-confidence and independence. It's certainly a rewarding experience for me and my husband. With our daughter, we have witness first hand on how she has grown more confident, discipline and mature. She is also now more curious about how things work and loves going to school and interacting with other children in her class. Of course, a child who is a reader also has a distinct advantage over his or her peers. Compare this to the child who is still trying to read, learning in a crowded classroom, competing with his or her classmates for the personal attention of the teacher or teacher's assistant. Imagine the effect on the child's ego, on seeing others picking up this skill, while he or she lags behind. Which child is going to have a stronger self-image Which child is going to be more self-confident Which child is going to be a leader versus a follower in the classroom Clearly, the one whose parents taught him or her reading early, at a young age. It’s never too late to start teaching a child to read. Regardless of the child's age, starting a reading program at a young age will have ample benefits. We're so glad that we found and started this early and this has helped our daughter overcome her struggles. Perhaps this can also be helpful to any parent looking to develop their child’s reading skills in an easy and effective way... ... Tap below to watch the following private presentation and see if this groundbreaking reading program along with all the additional free bonuses that come along with it can get your child into a lifetime of reading and set him or her up for success just as it did for our daughter.
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I can't believe we finally did it! Little did my husband and I expect that in just 3 short weeks, our 4-year-old daughter would be reading not just words, but full sentences and story books. But of course, this wasn't the case a few months ago... As a mother of a 4-year-old girl, I have struggled to teach my daughter for the last 5 months how to read. It seemed like no matter what my husband and I tried, there was little progress and we were trying everything... flash cards, sight words, reading games, early learning subscription apps, school focus groups, literally the list goes on and ON. I even bought an expensive award-winning reading program (nearly $170 after discounts) that claims to teach babies to read. Just when I thought I was at my limits, I took noticed of a new boy who has just joined in my daughter's playgroup (who is only 3 years old) reading full sentences from a book. Intrigued by what I just witnessed, I chatted up with his mother and she told me about what she did and the program she used to teach her son to learn to read at an early age. To be honest, I was skeptical at first (as I've seemingly tried everything) but then I thought if her son is reading, 'why not give it a try' And it’s working!!! Little did we expect that in just 3 short weeks, our daughter is reading not just words, but full sentences and story books. After about 4 months into the program, our little princess could read the “Step into Reading - Step 2" book series (Grade 1 Level) on her own. The results and transformation from this program were so incredible that we have also witness first hand on how our daughter has grown more confident, discipline and mature. She is also now more curious about how things work and loves going to school and interacting with other children in her class. Imagine been able to see a child who learns to read joyfully at home, at an early age, with a loving parent, grows in self-confidence and independence. Clearly, it’s never too early or too late to start teaching a child to read. Regardless of the child's age, starting a reading program at a young age will have ample benefits. Perhaps this program can be also be helpful to any parent looking to develop their child’s reading skills in an easy and effective way... tap below to watch the following private presentation and see if this groundbreaking reading program along with all the additional free bonuses that come along with it can get your child into a lifetime of reading and set him or her up for success just as it did for our daughter.
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Raise An Intelligent Child

42 Days

I can't believe we finally did it! Little did my husband and I expect that in just 3 short weeks, our 4-year-old daughter would be reading not just words, but full sentences and story books. But of course, this wasn't the case just 5 months ago... (...continue reading below for the full story) As a mother of a 4-year-old girl, I recognize the many challenges of being a parent. From trying to establish a bedtime routine to get my child to sleep at night, getting her to eat the right foods to trying to teach her how to speak and read, motherhood is a full-time job. Granted, there were those special and heartwarming moments; like when she took her first step, or the first time she said mama. Yet, the one thing we focus on as parents is progress. Most parents would be quick to admit, that after the first step and first words, the next step is teaching our child to read. Learning to read at an early age has many benefits and as numerous studies have shown, children who learned to read at an early age have greater general knowledge, better attention spans and concentration and excel better in school as well as in life. So, in our effort to secure a successful future for our little girl, I went in search of programs and books that would help me in developing my child’s reading skills. However, no matter what we tried, there was little progress and we were trying everything... flash cards, sight words, reading games, early learning subscription apps, literally the list goes on and ON. I even bought an expensive award-winning reading program (nearly $170 after discounts) that claims to teach babies to read. Lest to say, my daughter continues to struggle with her reading and I got frustrated and discouraged by the slow progress. Just when I thought I was at my limits; I took noticed of a new boy who has just joined in my daughter's playgroup (who is only 3 years old) reading full sentences from a book. Intrigued by what I just witnessed, I chatted up with his mother and she told me about what she did and the program she used to teach her son to learn to read at an early age. To be honest, I was skeptical at first (as I've seemingly tried everything) but then I thought if her son is reading, 'why not give it a try' And it’s working!!! Little did we expect that in just 3 short weeks, our daughter is reading not just words, but full sentences and story books. After about 4 months into the program, our little princess could read the “Step into Reading - Step 2" book series (Grade 1 Level) on her own. The results and transformation from this were so incredible and her improvement in such a short time span has been nothing short of astonishing! Imagine how rewarding it is to see a child who learns to read joyfully at home, at an early age, with a loving parent, grows in self-confidence and independence. It's certainly a rewarding experience for me and my husband. With our daughter, we have witness first hand on how she has grown more confident, discipline and mature. She is also now more curious about how things work and loves going to school and interacting with other children in her class. Of course, a child who is a reader also has a distinct advantage over his or her peers. Compare this to the child who is still trying to read, learning in a crowded classroom, competing with his or her classmates for the personal attention of the teacher or teacher's assistant. Imagine the effect on the child's ego, on seeing others picking up this skill, while he or she lags behind. Which child is going to have a stronger self-image Which child is going to be more self-confident Which child is going to be a leader versus a follower in the classroom Clearly, the one whose parents taught him or her reading early, at a young age. It’s never too late to start teaching a child to read. Regardless of the child's age, starting a reading program at a young age will have ample benefits. I’d definitely recommend this program to any parent looking to develop their child’s reading skills in an easy and effective way...
Heat: 583
Website URL: raiseanintelligentchild.com
Headline: This has helped our daughter overcome her struggles
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Raise An Intelligent Child

24 Days

I can't believe we finally did it! Little did my husband and I expect that in just 3 short weeks, our 4-year-old daughter would be reading not just words, but full sentences and story books. But of course, this wasn't the case a few months ago... As a mother of a 4-year-old girl, I have struggled to teach my daughter for the last 5 months how to read until I took noticed of a new boy who has just joined in my daughter's playgroup (who is only 3 years old) reading full sentences from a book. Intrigued, I chatted up with his mother and she told me about what she did and the program she used to teach her son to learn to read at an early age. To be honest, I was skeptical at first but then I thought if her son is reading, 'why not give it a try' And it’s working!!! Little did we expect that in just 3 short weeks, our daughter is reading not just words, but full sentences and story books. After about 4 months into the program, our little princess could read the “Step into Reading - Step 2" book series (Grade 1 Level) on her own. The results and transformation from this program were so incredible that we have also witness first hand on how our daughter has grown more confident. Now, we can also see that she loves going to school and interacting more with other children in her class. Imagine been able to see a child who learns to read joyfully at home, at an early age, with a loving parent, grows in self-confidence and independence. We're so glad that we found and started this early and this has helped our daughter overcome her struggles. Perhaps this program can be also be helpful to any parent looking to develop their child’s reading skills in an easy and effective way and set him or her up for success just as it did for our daughter...
Heat: 249
Website URL: raiseanintelligentchild.com
Headline: So glad that we found and started this early
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Raise An Intelligent Child

23 Days

I can't believe we finally did it! Little did my husband and I expect that in just 3 short weeks, our 4-year-old daughter would be reading not just words, but full sentences and story books. But of course, this wasn't the case a few months ago... As a mother of a 4-year-old girl, I have struggled to teach my daughter for the last 5 months how to read. It seemed like no matter what my husband and I tried, there was little progress and we were trying everything... flash cards, sight words, reading games, early learning subscription apps, school focus groups, literally the list goes on and ON. I even bought an expensive award-winning reading program (nearly $170 after discounts) that claims to teach babies to read. Just when I thought I was at my limits, I took noticed of a new boy who has just joined in my daughter's playgroup (who is only 3 years old) reading full sentences from a book. Intrigued by what I just witnessed, I chatted up with his mother and she told me about what she did and the program she used to teach her son to learn to read at an early age. To be honest, I was skeptical at first (as I've seemingly tried everything) but then I thought if her son is reading, 'why not give it a try' And it’s working!!! Little did we expect that in just 3 short weeks, our daughter is reading not just words, but full sentences and story books. After about 4 months into the program, our little princess could read the “Step into Reading - Step 2" book series (Grade 1 Level) on her own. The results and transformation from this program were so incredible that we have also witness first hand on how our daughter has grown more confident, discipline and mature. She is also now more curious about how things work and loves going to school and interacting with other children in her class. Imagine been able to see a child who learns to read joyfully at home, at an early age, with a loving parent, grows in self-confidence and independence. Clearly, it’s never too early or too late to start teaching a child to read. Regardless of the child's age, starting a reading program at a young age will have ample benefits. Perhaps this program can be also be helpful to any parent looking to develop their child’s reading skills in an easy and effective way and set him or her up for success just as it did for our daughter...
Heat: 239
Website URL: raiseanintelligentchild.com
Headline: So glad that we found and started this early
Button label: LEARN_MORE
Raise An Intelligent Child

23 Days

I can't believe we finally did it! Little did my husband and I expect that in just 3 short weeks, our 4-year-old daughter would be reading not just words, but full sentences and story books. But of course, this wasn't the case a few months ago... As a mother of a 4-year-old girl, I have struggled to teach my daughter for the last 5 months how to read. It seemed like no matter what my husband and I tried, there was little progress and we were trying everything... flash cards, sight words, reading games, early learning subscription apps, school focus groups, literally the list goes on and ON. I even bought an expensive award-winning reading program (nearly $170 after discounts) that claims to teach babies to read. Just when I thought I was at my limits, I took noticed of a new boy who has just joined in my daughter's playgroup (who is only 3 years old) reading full sentences from a book. Intrigued by what I just witnessed, I chatted up with his mother and she told me about what she did and the program she used to teach her son to learn to read at an early age. To be honest, I was skeptical at first (as I've seemingly tried everything) but then I thought if her son is reading, 'why not give it a try' And it’s working!!! Little did we expect that in just 3 short weeks, our daughter is reading not just words, but full sentences and story books. After about 4 months into the program, our little princess could read the “Step into Reading - Step 2" book series (Grade 1 Level) on her own. The results and transformation from this program were so incredible that we have also witness first hand on how our daughter has grown more confident, discipline and mature. She is also now more curious about how things work and loves going to school and interacting with other children in her class. Imagine been able to see a child who learns to read joyfully at home, at an early age, with a loving parent, grows in self-confidence and independence. Clearly, it’s never too early or too late to start teaching a child to read. Regardless of the child's age, starting a reading program at a young age will have ample benefits. Perhaps this program can be also be helpful to any parent looking to develop their child’s reading skills in an easy and effective way and set him or her up for success just as it did for our daughter...
Heat: 235
Website URL: raiseanintelligentchild.com
Headline: So glad that we found and started this early
Button label: LEARN_MORE
Raise An Intelligent Child

22 Days

I can't believe we finally did it! Little did my husband and I expect that in just 3 short weeks, our 4-year-old daughter would be reading not just words, but full sentences and story books. But of course, this wasn't the case a few months ago... As a mother of a 4-year-old girl, I have struggled to teach my daughter for the last 5 months how to read. It seemed like no matter what my husband and I tried, there was little progress and we were trying everything... flash cards, sight words, reading games, early learning subscription apps, school focus groups, literally the list goes on and ON. I even bought an expensive award-winning reading program (nearly $170 after discounts) that claims to teach babies to read. Just when I thought I was at my limits, I took noticed of a new boy who has just joined in my daughter's playgroup (who is only 3 years old) reading full sentences from a book. Intrigued by what I just witnessed, I chatted up with his mother and she told me about what she did and the program she used to teach her son to learn to read at an early age. To be honest, I was skeptical at first (as I've seemingly tried everything) but then I thought if her son is reading, 'why not give it a try' And it’s working!!! Little did we expect that in just 3 short weeks, our daughter is reading not just words, but full sentences and story books. After about 4 months into the program, our little princess could read the “Step into Reading - Step 2" book series (Grade 1 Level) on her own. The results and transformation from this program were so incredible that we have also witness first hand on how our daughter has grown more confident, discipline and mature. She is also now more curious about how things work and loves going to school and interacting with other children in her class. Imagine been able to see a child who learns to read joyfully at home, at an early age, with a loving parent, grows in self-confidence and independence. Clearly, it’s never too early or too late to start teaching a child to read. Regardless of the child's age, starting a reading program at a young age will have ample benefits. Perhaps this program can be also be helpful to any parent looking to develop their child’s reading skills in an easy and effective way and set him or her up for success just as it did for our daughter...
Heat: 225
Website URL: raiseanintelligentchild.com
Headline: So glad that we found and started this early
Button label: LEARN_MORE
Raise An Intelligent Child

22 Days

I can't believe we finally did it! Little did my husband and I expect that in just 3 short weeks, our 4-year-old daughter would be reading not just words, but full sentences and story books. But of course, this wasn't the case a few months ago... As a mother of a 4-year-old girl, I have struggled to teach my daughter for the last 5 months how to read. It seemed like no matter what my husband and I tried, there was little progress and we were trying everything... flash cards, sight words, reading games, early learning subscription apps, school focus groups, literally the list goes on and ON. I even bought an expensive award-winning reading program (nearly $170 after discounts) that claims to teach babies to read. Just when I thought I was at my limits, I took noticed of a new boy who has just joined in my daughter's playgroup (who is only 3 years old) reading full sentences from a book. Intrigued by what I just witnessed, I chatted up with his mother and she told me about what she did and the program she used to teach her son to learn to read at an early age. To be honest, I was skeptical at first (as I've seemingly tried everything) but then I thought if her son is reading, 'why not give it a try' And it’s working!!! Little did we expect that in just 3 short weeks, our daughter is reading not just words, but full sentences and story books. After about 4 months into the program, our little princess could read the “Step into Reading - Step 2" book series (Grade 1 Level) on her own. The results and transformation from this were so incredible and her improvement in such a short time span has been nothing short of astonishing! Imagine how rewarding it is to see a child who learns to read joyfully at home, at an early age, with a loving parent, grows in self-confidence and independence. It's certainly a rewarding experience for me and my husband. With our daughter, we have witness first hand on how she has grown more confident, discipline and mature. She is also now more curious about how things work and loves going to school and interacting with other children in her class. Of course, a child who is a reader also has a distinct advantage over his or her peers. Compare this to the child who is still trying to read, learning in a crowded classroom, competing with his or her classmates for the personal attention of the teacher or teacher's assistant. Imagine the effect on the child's ego, on seeing others picking up this skill, while he or she lags behind. Which child is going to have a stronger self-image Which child is going to be more self-confident Which child is going to be a leader versus a follower in the classroom Clearly, the one whose parents taught him or her reading early, at a young age. It’s never too late to start teaching a child to read. Regardless of the child's age, starting a reading program at a young age will have ample benefits. We're so glad that we found and started this early and this has helped our daughter overcome her struggles. Perhaps this program can be also be helpful to any parent looking to develop their child’s reading skills in an easy and effective way and set him or her up for success just as it did for our daughter...
Heat: 221
Website URL: raiseanintelligentchild.com
Headline: So glad that we found and started this early
Button label: LEARN_MORE
Raise An Intelligent Child

20 Days

I can't believe we finally did it! Little did my husband and I expect that in just 3 short weeks, our 4-year-old daughter would be reading not just words, but full sentences and story books. But of course, this wasn't the case a few months ago... As a mother of a 4-year-old girl, I have struggled to teach my daughter for the last 5 months how to read until I took noticed of a new boy who has just joined in my daughter's playgroup (who is only 3 years old) reading full sentences from a book. Intrigued, I chatted up with his mother and she told me about what she did and the program she used to teach her son to learn to read at an early age. To be honest, I was skeptical at first but then I thought if her son is reading, 'why not give it a try' And it’s working!!! Little did we expect that in just 3 short weeks, our daughter is reading not just words, but full sentences and story books. After about 4 months into the program, our little princess could read the “Step into Reading - Step 2" book series (Grade 1 Level) on her own. The results and transformation from this program were so incredible that we have also witness first hand on how our daughter has grown more confident. Now, we can also see that she loves going to school and interacting more with other children in her class. Imagine been able to see a child who learns to read joyfully at home, at an early age, with a loving parent, grows in self-confidence and independence. We're so glad that we found and started this early and this has helped our daughter overcome her struggles. Perhaps this program can be also be helpful to any parent looking to develop their child’s reading skills in an easy and effective way and set him or her up for success just as it did for our daughter...
Heat: 195
Website URL: raiseanintelligentchild.com
Headline: So glad that we found and started this early
Button label: LEARN_MORE