If you believe that teaching your child to read and helping your child develop proficient reading skills is the key to future success, and if you wish to help your children develop to their fullest potential… then you must read this message carefully.
Here’s why: I’m Jim, a reading teacher and father of 4 amazing kids. Forget about everything you’ve read and heard about how and when your child should learn to read – most of the information out there is irrelevant, some are downright detrimental, and you may even be shocked to hear that starting off by learning sight words could actually lead to reading problems and difficulties! So before you run off and decide to teach your child using sight words or any other approach, PLEASE watch our video above in full where I explain why you should NOT start teaching with sight words, and show you the combination of two simple, scientifically proven methods, that will enable you to teach your child to read, and help your child become a fast and fluent reader.
Here, let me show you what sort of incredible accomplishments can be made possible using our teaching methods.
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I can tell you right now, that I’ve taught children of ALL AGES to read, many as young as 2 and 3 years old, others are older elementary school students, and they’ve all progressed on to achieve similarly incredible results! Not only that, countless parents JUST LIKE YOU have used my teaching methods to teach their children to read, and they’ve sent me videos to show the amazing results! Just take a look at the countless success stories sent to us by ecstatic parents:Click here for reading lessons
“Now at 2 years and 4 months, he can read an entire book by himself! He is reading at a 2nd grade level! At our church school, his teacher was amazed.”
Using your lessons, I started teaching my son to read at 14 months. At the beginning, I thought he might be a bit young but I gave it a shot and followed your guide. I taught him slowly until he’s solid with each lesson before moving onto the next. By the time he was 18 months, we completed stage one. Now at 2 years and 4 months, he can read an entire book by himself! Curious of his reading level, I did a reading assessment on him and he is reading at a 2nd grade level!
My husband is so proud he’s been telling everyone about our son’s reading skills. And his love for books and reading brings so much joy to our family. We used to read to him before bedtime, but now he picks out his own books and reads to us.
Throughout the day, when there’s no noise to be heard, we know he’s having quiet time with his books. And when we go for walks, he’s always curious and runs up to signs and begin reading; “stop”, “no parking”, “enter” and so forth. The best is when we took him to the golf course, he went up to a sign and read “no chipping” and the man near him was shocked. Friends of ours were amazed to see him read so well too. And his grandmother was in tears when he read to her.
Since he started baby school at our church, the compliments are nonstop. His teacher asks us if we’ve been teaching him to read. We told her he started at 14 months and now he’s reading at a 2nd grade level. She was amazed and told us he was reading the bible verse on the coloring sheets.Click here for reading lessons
“I completed your program and his reading teacher said that his reading abilities exploded and he is on grade level!”
Thank you for a great program and method of learning to read better. My son was picked up for reading support services in first grade. I completed your program and his reading teacher said that his reading abilities exploded and he is on grade level! I wish the teacher had used this program in school. I am now starting with my pre-schooler so that he is on track for kindergarten!
“Jim’s program takes the mystery out of teaching children how to read. It is so well organized that any child can learn to read with it.”
My children loved the program and so did I. I am extremely pleased with the results. My children started the program at 2 years 11 months and 5 years 4 months with Jim, and neither child was reading before the program. My children loved the program, and Jim is an excellent teacher. After 4 months, my 3 year old is reading at a grade 1 level, and my 5 year old is at a grade 2 – 3 level. I never expected such amazing results.
Jim’s program takes the mystery out of teaching children how to read. It is so well organized that any child can learn to read with it. The outcome exceeded my expectations. At the start of the program, I thought my 3 year old might learn some letters and my 5 year old would learn some words, but after completing the program in 4 months, my 3 year old could read long sentences and simple short stories, and my 5 year old could read level 2 books on her own.
“I couldn’t stop her! It’s amazing to see her read and be so confident about it too! I was completely blown away. After a week from starting your program, she can actually spell 3-letter words on her own and not from memory!”
I just want to share with you my daughter’s progress after just starting your program 2 weeks ago. She has gotten so well at segmenting and blending words. She occasionally makes mistakes but overall, she’s doing excellent! I know you recommend at least 3 days to work on a lesson but since she knows her letters and letter sounds, she just went through the lessons quickly. I couldn’t stop her! It’s amazing to see her read and be so confident about it too! She can even now spell some 3 letter words (man, cap, dog) and write them down (she has very good fine motor skills and loves to write and draw). I’m so proud of her.
She’s 4 years and 5 months.
Maybe it helped that I somehow started blending before she turned 4. She did some blending when I introduced some word families to her. She did well on that but I wasn’t really sure how to get her going with reading until I stumbled upon your program. I mean, I wasn’t even looking for a reading program but when I visited your site and spent about 30 minutes to an hour reading it, I thought to myself “wow, this is an amazing reading program and this is what I need to help my daughter learn to read.” I’m so glad I clicked on this guy’s blog who happened to talk about your program. Two weeks later, here I am, emailing you how well my daughter is progressing in learning to read. It’s really amazing!
Another progress she has made since she started your program is learning to spell. My daughter loves to draw and write and she occasionally writes the words “I, love, you, Mommy, and Daddy” when she’s drawing our family. She can spell these words because she has memorized them. Then this past weekend, I tried to ask her to spell certain words such as dog, cup, hot. I instructed her to sound them out and then write the letters for each sound. Well, she was able to do it! I was completely blown away. After a week from starting your program, she can actually spell 3-letter words on her own and not from memory! Then a couple of days ago, she drew a car and then asked me how to spell stop so she could draw a stop sign. So I told her to do the same thing, sound it out and then write the letters. And yes, my daughter spelled the word “stop” right. 🙂
Again, thank you Jim for your brilliant reading program! Click here for reading lessons
Teach Your Child to Read Through Short, Engaging, and Ultra Effective Lessons. We all know it – children have a short attention span, and get distracted easily. Our program is so effective because it takes advantage of a young child’s curiosity and desire to learn new things. To accomplish this, the lessons taught in our program are short, but super effective. Many lessons take just 3 to 5 minutes to complete! You will NOT be putting your child in front of the television for hours on end with our system. No way! In fact, we do not recommend small children watch television to learn how to read – our children and YOUR children deserve better.
Teach Your Child to Read Without Television and Without Computer Programs. Can you really expect your child learn to read by watching some random words flash on a TV screen? Sure, they might learn to memorize some word shapes, but does the child really acquire the ability to decode and read effectively? Of course not…
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.Click here for reading lessons