So, I'm curious to know how many mom's out there have used this program??
I taught young children for thirty four years. Any program that promises to teach toddlers to read, in my view, is inappropriate and a scam. Toddlers should not be subjected to a formal reading program. The most important thing you can do is to read to your child every night and make it an enjoyable experience. Include reading nursery rhymes and children's poetry. Children who can't rhyme can't read, and what separates children who read well from those who don't is language development. Learning should be part of daily living. Talk to your child. "I'm putting on your red dress." "Here are your blue socks." Notice size, and shape of things. Take your child to a farm, a firehouse, the zoo, a children's museum. Give him/her a variety of experiences. Children learn best by doing. wwwfiledby.com/author/linda_griffin/127154/
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