Reading Kingdom Review + Free 30 Day Trial
As many of you know, we are homeschooling this year. I know many of you are also homeschooling or participating in virtual school. We were looking for a fun program that utilized typing and reading for Avery. She is 7 years old in first grade and very interested in learning how to type. We bought her a typing curriculum, but it is a very dry and boring to a 7 year old. We came across Reading Kingdom which is exactly what Avery was wanting, a program for typing that is fun. It also practices spelling and reading in a fun way. Avery has been enjoying Reading Kingdom after she gets done with her normal curriculum. Below you read more about Reading Kingdom, about our experience and a special promotion.
About Reading Kingdom:
Reading Kingdom is a reading and writing system developed by Dr. Marion Blank, a world renowned expert on literacy and the Director of the Light on Learning Institute at Columbia University. It uses a 6 skill model of reading instruction that incorporates elements of phonics and whole language while teaching additional skills required for reading and writing success without requiring kids to learn any complicated rules.
In fact, the Reading Kingdom is the only system that teaches these six skills. When children are taught all six skills, they easily master both reading and writing. By focusing on these skills, Reading Kingdom teaches children 4-10 years of age how to read and write at a third grade level. So teach a child to read today and give the gift that lasts a lifetime.
We are loving that Reading Kingdom is a fun program to enhance typing, reading and spelling. Avery thinks Reading Kingdom is a fun game and has little idea that it is added on learning. Some of the learning activities is practicing spelling and typing while also learning sequencing to words. For example, one activity is typing the letters of a word trying to beat the buzzer. You earn points to move to the next level.
We choose to homeschool to limit the amount of time on the computer, provide stability and progression, and limit the amount of virtual meetings. We don’t intend to eliminate the computer from our kids so Reading Kingdom is helping to fill in the gaps of adding computer work in a fun educational way. The 6 skills in Reading Kingdom are sequencing, writing, sounds, meaning, grammer and comprehension. We highly recommend Reading Kingdom.
You can score a free 30 day trial of Reading Kingdom HERE. After your 30 day free trial, subscriptions to Reading Kingdom are $19.99/month , or $199.99 per year. Additional children in your family get 50% off ($9.99/month). You can cancel your subscription at any time.
Go HERE to get a 30 day free trial.
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