Teach Early As 2-6 Year Old Child to Read With This Learn To Read Program & App


    If you’ve been looking for methods on how to teach a 6 year old child to read, I want to call your attention to Early Child Edu just publishing a helpful and surprising new data in their recent case study about speech and language delayed 3-year-old toddler successfully reading after using a learn to read program and app.

    This study is designed specifically for you as parents, teachers and grandparents of 2 – 8 year olds, and provides a real-world look at the challenges in the US among students learning to read. It exposes research showing that by the time students graduate from the 12th grade that most are not reading sufficiently. The study reveals that as many as 16% of kids who have completed the 3rd grade but are still not reading fluently will not go on to graduate high school at all. Finally, it demonstrates one way these staggering challenges can be overcome.

    This problem and solution case study reveals methods for teaching reading and can be found on the company website: http://www.earlychildedu.com/learn-to-read-program

    The 3-year-old toddler with speech delays in the study was not talking by the time she was 2 years old. She learns phonics with this learn to read app and is now reading. It includes a video showing the child’s progress that can be viewed both on YouTube and also on Vimeo. This concrete example of success documents the steps taken by 3-year-old, language-delayed toddler and her parents to find an effective solution in learning how to teach your child to read at home using phonics. You can view it by clicking on any of the links above.

    Among the information included:

    Current overall reading deficiency in the US – Testing a learn to read app with reported success

    Specific benefits of learning how to read early – A look at report from Juvenile Justice and Deliquency Prevention

    Increased reading scores by 74% – Both new & established kindergarten readers increased scores with particular reading app

    Janelle S., Founder of an online early learning company, said,

    “As an early childhood educator, I chose this learn to read app to help teach my own children how to read. My 6 and 7 year old boys had both been exposed to phonics and reading before but really benefitted from the supplemental phonics and huge interactive library! However, my speech-delayed 3-year-old daughter is learning how to read at home for the first time and after several months she’s already reading on her own!”

    I invite you to review the case study directly If you are a parent or a professional searching for the best step-by-step methods for teaching reading and wondering how to teach your child to read at home using phonics: http://www.earlychildedu.com/learn-to-read-program