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We’ve been working here and there with Alea starting this past summer with reading. I bought her a set of books that really started from the beginning and we read on little learn-to-read-book every night. I was absolutely amazed with how well she did with those, but ever since she started preschool, I backed-off a little bit and let her learn what she could while at school and tried to make story time a little more fun as opposed to how structured it was before.
Just recently she started really showing an interest in learning how to read again. It’s absolutely adorable, really. Almost every time she says a word, she tries to sound out the letters in it. She also started playing with our letter fridge magnets and sounding out words in her head and spelling them out on the fridge. It absolutely amazes me all that she can do at just 4 and a half.
I want to continue to follow her lead and encourage her to learn how to read. She’s showing an obvious interest in it and I can’t help but search for ways to encourage this love of reading. That’s where Rosetta Stone’s Kids Reading Program comes into play.
We started out slow with the Rosetta Stone’s Kids Reading Program, because I was worried it might overwhelm Alea, but I was extremely impressed that it did just the opposite. From the very first time I set her up with my computer and the Rosetta Stone Kids Reading games, she was immediately enthralled and engaged. She was even able to operate the mouse for my computer just fine, which I expected would cause some problems for her.
Now I have to remind her of our “screen time” rules in order to get her to step away from the game for a bit. But she absolutely loves it and has been doing so well on the Level 2. She even told me last night, “Mommy, I can’t wait to learn to read in level three soon!” The different levels offer enough encouragement to keep your little one learning and reading in such a fun way.
Did you know that 47% of children are reading below grade level? I don’t want Alea to be one of the 47%, that’s for sure. The Rosetta Stone’s Kids Reading Program is designed to help and encourage children ages 3-7 to learn and love to read. Must like Rosetta Stone is known for their language development skills in foreign languages, you can expect your little one to learn to read from their proven techniques.
We’re so impressed with this reading system! If you’re looking to help your little one get a jump start on learning how to read, then you should definitely go download your free trial of the Rosetta Stone’s Kids Reading Program and get them reading today!
How do you encourage your little ones to learn to read?