Teaching your child to read is probably one thing that every homeschooling parent worries about. Not only homeschoolers but probably every parent in general. Of course, as parents we want our children to be great readers, to love books, and to love learning.
I think parents these days are much more active in researching and in trying to learn the best ways possible for our children to be successful in life. By successful, I am saying we all want our children to be happy, to feel good about themselves, and to thrive in this world. I hope being here with me today makes it easier on you and gives you the tools that will get your child reading and having a love for books.
The Royal Road to Reading
Montessori Early Reading Program
I am loving The Royal Road to Reading! Honestly, I have tried so many different programs over the years with my kids. It can be exhausting finding one that truly works. So finding one that offers you all of the knowledge, all of the materials, and all of the support you need to teach your child to read is amazing. I love that it offers you three DVDs with booklets, all of the materials packaged separately to go with each level of learning, plus online resources. This makes it so much easier for you to have everything organized and ready.
The other great thing about The Royal Road to Reading is you can use it with multiple kids, for instance, I am currently working through part 1 with Bells, but I am also able to use part 3 for my six-year-old son who has some special needs. Yay!!
The Royal Road to Reading truly gives you the confidence you need, valuable information and materials to teach your child to read.
I just love that Age of Montessori doesn’t feel that reading is a race, instead, they believe in teaching children at the best time, when the brain is eager to learn.
Teach Your Child to Read
I know in my heart and I know from using The Royal Road to Reading with my kids that this easy-to-use program will give you everything you need to be successful and have your child reading in no time.
“Learning to read is not a race. What matters is that each step in the process is learned thoroughly.” ~Mary Ellen Maunz
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