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Reading Head Start
To be honest its a bit long the intro to this program.
But you can skip this and get straight in for $1.
The program was developed and produced by a teacher of 14 years.
You be the judge as to how good it is and try it for a $1.
Around the world in my opinion the schooling system is failing our children in the bare basics, so lucky for our generation we have the internet.
I have discovered this awesome program design by teachers in the field that assist young children to learn to read.
This is a system that compliments the schooling system helping parents to help their children in learning to read. This is something I am very passionate about and all parents need to be on board for this.
I have an 8 year old son who has been struggling with reading and writing. This program has been marvelous and it has certainly helped me in helping him.
We as parents need to be aware of our child/children needs in education.
Reading I believe is one of the most important tasks as an adult to be able to survive in this world. You need to be able to read instructions, to read signs, to follow steps in order to get a driving license.
Reading allows you to escape and for a while be in a fantasy world of whatever you love. Reading opens many doors for the future in work, travel and other wonderful journeys in life.
When reading is missed and the person is older it is much harder for them to learn.
This is why it is vital that we as parents understand where our children are at in their reading development.
You will need patience, time and commitment to your child or children.
Its a $1 to have a look, this is the cheapest learning to read education program that I have found, go on and check it out.
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The Learning Team.