A Children Learning Program showing how parents can teach their children how to read.
Early Education Life, a website specializing in early education resources, launched a complete report on the Children Learning Reading program. The report offers an overview of the program and provides practical tips for anyone looking to teach their children to read before the age of three.
More details can be found at https://earlyeducationlife.com.
The latest report has been designed to meet the needs of modern parents looking for a reliable and effective way to teach their young children how to read.
According to the report, Children Learning Program has been designed by its authors to teach their own young children how to read. The efficiency of the program has been demonstrated by the significant progress their children have made in their reading, as shown by this short video of their 2 year 11 months old daughter reading: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2SizRMVkRp0.
The report explains that the program has two stages, each featuring a series of short step-by-step lessons. The course is centered around helping children develop phonemic awareness and becoming fluent readers.
The lessons are designed for maximum efficiency and engagement, while keeping them to a length of no more than 10 minutes. This is ideal for the relatively short attention span of toddlers and young children, and ensures that the program can be used to teach reading quickly and effortlessly.
One of the main pros of the program is it does not require the memorization of phonemic rules.
The report explains: “Being parents, I’m sure you can imagine how difficult it would be to have toddlers and young children memorize rules to reading! The wonderful thing about Jim and Elena’s Children Learning Reading program is that throughout the entire program, your child learns to read, and develops phenomenal reading and decoding skills without memorizing any phonics rules. This is why their program is so effective at teaching children to read.”
Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website.