The Reading Lesson big package

Our big package, full of all our best products. -  $189.95 - Christmas special only $149.95 now.

 

 

Do you want to teach your child to read?  If yes, you've come to the right place..

Try our free lessons to get started.

 

A recent article by the Nobel laureate James Heckman, a professor of economics at the University of Chicago, says that benefit of early education are long lasting and immeasurable.  And, it all begins with learning to read.

 

Teaching your child to read is not hard, if you have the right "recipe". You need a comprehensive approach and not screen clicking apps that create an illusion of learning. The  Reading Lesson book and the CDs that go with it, give you and your child a proven and successful approach. Get started now with sample lessons on the Goodies page.

 

The Reading Lesson is a phonics course, designed for parents who want to teach their children to read before they start school and for instructors and tutors teaching basic reading skills to K-3 and resource classes.

 

Take a look at the sample lessons and see how easy it will be for both you and your child. Just do 2-4 pages of the book a day depending on the child's age and interest and in a few months your child will be reading at the second grade level.

 

The Reading Lesson book is popular all over the world and has been used by over 100,000 families to teach their children to read. The program is often used for home schooling.

 

Designed especially for young children, ages 3 to 7, by a prominent developmental physician, the Reading Lesson is all you need to teach your child to read.  Giggle Bunny, our little mascot, will be your child's guide to the rich world of reading.  It is simple, flexible and it works.

 

The Reading Lesson consists of a book,  two animated CDs, and  writing practice ebooks.  Buy the whole package with our popular math program included or just the parts you need...

 

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