Beginner Readers

To see easy progress with reading for your child, be sure to build the right foundation.

The most important thing you can do for your early reader is to teach them about the building blocks of our language: the sounds in each word. Not the letters first? That’s right. Research has shown that children learn to read faster in school when these phonemic building blocks are already in place.

Focus on teaching your 3-5 year old the sounds, or phonics, in our language through verbal games. You can ask your child what sound a certain word starts or ends with. Or play “I spy with my little eye something beginning with shh…” when you see a sheep. Check out our free resources page for verbal phonics games downloads, workbooks and more.

Getting the Quickest Results

If you have an advanced 4-5 year-old and want to get the quickest results, feel free to test the first ten days of our Easyread System. Those first ten lessons are free and the system will definitely get the quickest and easiest results if that is what you want to invest in.

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