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The Stage 1 and Stage 2 e-books contain all the step-by-step lessons you need to help your child develop superb phonemic awareness and literacy skills, and at the same time, build a rock solid foundation in decoding and reading. You will be amazed at your child's reading ability after completing just stage 1 of our program!
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The Children Learning Reading program shows you how to easily teach your child to read using a unique combination of synthetic phonics and phonemic awareness skills development;
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The first several years of your child's life are the most important for healthy brain development and growth. Critical aspects of a child's brain are established well before they enter school, and it is the experiences during these sensitive periods of development that play a critical role in shaping the capacities of the brain. Please see the graph below, which charts the synapse formation in a child's brain at different ages.
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Do not think for one minute, that spending hundreds of dollars on ineffective DVD, TV, and Computer programs will teach your child to read or replace the loving care and attention of an attentive parent. You are the parent and teacher during the most important developmental years of your child's life. For that, you will be rewarded with the greatest experience, and your child will be rewarded with developing the most important skills in life - reading and literacy skills.
How Children Succeed by Paul Tough
However, as parents who went through this entire process we know how critical it is for you to know and be able to produce the proper sounds for all the letters of the alphabet. This is why we created a full set of mp3 audio clips demonstrating in detail on how to properly sound out each of the alphabet letters, so that you are better equipped to teach your child to sound out words, and read words, sentences, and stories.