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All of my kids love to read, though they’re all at different stages and have caught on at different times. Jedi, my oldest, could read chapter books all the way through by the time he was 5. Buzz, who I assumed would have a terrible time learning to read, actually caught on really quickly, too.
Abby, who is 6 and in 1st grade, is catching on as well, right at her grade level. Her teacher says she’s doing really well. I feel she sometimes gets frustrated that she can’t quite get the big words yet, however. Thus, when an offer came along to try the Rosetta Stone Kids Reading Program, from a known name like Rosetta Stone, I knew this would be a great help to keep moving her forward toward her reading goal.
Designed to help children ages 3-7 get a jump-start on their education by developing core literacy skills in an engaging and effective way, Rosetta Stone partnered with experts at Lexia Learning to create the Kids Reading Program. Through this online program, kids can build their reading skills with a ten-level, curriculum-based program that includes 600 units of learning material and 50 activities and games. Through it all, Rosetta Stone Kids Reading is designed to keep children entertained while they gain the necessary skills needed to become confident, successful readers.
Did you know that more than 47% of U.S. children are below grade-level reading? While Abby is right at the level for her grade, I want to make sure she doesn’t fall behind, but instead continues building on what she already knows. This program is great for that! The activities, with games like word hunt and story builder, are fun and engaging and guided by the Lingos, colorful drops that lead and encourage along the way.
It’s like she’s playing while some learning sneaks in there without her knowing it, and it matches up well with where she’s at in school. I’m so glad we signed up for Rosetta Stone Kids Reading program, we’ll definitely keep working it in to our nightly homework routine. There’s a free demo available so you can check it out for yourself!