Saturday, October 4, 2014

On the fence?

Do you find yourself on the fence about the reading and consulting services we offer at Preschool Readers?


Maybe you’re wondering, “can my preschooler really learn to read?” “My child is so young, will he actually enjoy learning to read?”  “Will my child truly benefit from these reading services?”


What you may not know is that children actually WANT to learn and are HARDWIRED to do so (read more about their natural desire to learn, here).


And YES! They enjoy it...check out my FAVORITE ‘testimonials’ below.  These come unasked for and are seen and heard on social media and in email.  These testimonials are the ones that genuinely make my heart smile!


Seen and Heard on Social Media & In Email….


  • “It’s the best thing we ever did for both kids!”
  • “We adore you and the connection you’ve built with (our daughter) in such a short amount of time is amazing.  Thank you for everything!”
  • “She loves her reading sessions and is becoming much more confident.”
  • “We miss you! (Our daughter) loves when u come 😃”
  • “My kids ❤️❤️ Seeing you every week😘”
  • “You are awesome- Magical reader!”
  • “We are very pleased with her progress and she has really developed a love for reading.”
  • “She LOVES to read.  She is REALLY excited about starting chapter books.”
  • “My son is loving his books and words!”
  • “On our car trip today, our son asked to practice sight words all on his own on our 6+ hour trip!!!”
  • “She is loving it!!!”
  • “She can really tackle any book and this is wonderful.”


And yes, they greatly benefit from it as well! Let's take a look at the NUMEROUS neurological, psychological, educational, social and linguistic benefits that teaching your child to read early has...  

Neurological reasons: A baby is born with approximately 200 billion active brain cells or neurons.  Given appropriate stimulation, each of these brain cells is capable of sprouting up to 20,000 different connections between them which store additional information.  These  connections are a DIRECT RESULT of STIMULATION the child receives through early experiences and forms the basis of all future learning and intellectual ability!  


Psychological reasons:  Learning to read at an early age with supportive, encouraging parents, tremendously affects a child’s self-confidence and independence.  Their self-confidence is sure to soar when they are NOT struggling to read, being placed in the ‘low’ reading group, or being pulled out of the classroom for extra help


(to continue reading about the educational, social and linguistic benefits, click here).  


Still on the fence?  We’re here to answer any questions you have.  Contact us today!


Happy reading,

P.S I know that trying to figure out  where to begin working with your child can seem daunting, so I wanted to gift to you our eBook, 20 Interactive Sight Word Games.  These games are simple and easy to implement at home.  Don’t let the title fool you, these games are PERFECT for letter recognition as well!  Click here to download it now.

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