Reading Kingdom Review “My son has had an overall jump in his ability!.”

“When a child is initially signed up to Reading Kingdom Online, they will complete a skill survey.  This allows the program to place the child at a particular level that is suitable for them.    The program then customizes for each child to ensure they get exactly the learning they need to allow them to progress in this new skill.  The…

Even Monsters Need Haircuts

Even Monster Need Haircuts is a story about a little boy who wants to follow in his father’s footsteps.  The book is reviewed by Melissa G. at Sweet on Books. What You Need to Know: • It’s a funny twist on a little boy’s dream of wanting to be like his dad when he grows up. • Monsters may not…

Young Teacher’s Unique Assignment Reveals Heartbreaking Truth About Her Kids’ Lives

By Cassandra Lewis for littlethings.com Being a child is tough. As adults, it’s easy to look back on childhood with a powerful longing: The lack of responsibility, the freedom, the naps. It’s all very alluring through rose-tinted glasses. But children face a world of worry and fear that we’ve long forgotten — and sometimes completely overlook. Young and unsure, children experience a depth…

Ask Dr. Blank: My Child’s Ready to Read – Now What?

Your child is displaying all the signs she is ready to learn to read-  now what? The next step, often to the parents’ surprise, is to go directly into reading and writing. Once a child knows how to scan and remember the visual sequences of letters, he or she is able to read actual words; once a child knows how…

Usain Bolt donates all his $20 million Olympic earnings to his school

By cobrapost.com Following his return to Jamaica from the Rio Olympics 2016, the gold medalist sprinter Usain Bolt donated all the $20 million he earned in the Olympics to his high school William Knibb Memorial in Falmouth, Jamaica. According to the Jamaica Press, this is to help the athletic programme of the school as the programme was in danger due…

Reading Kingdom Review “Ada loved that Reading Kingdom looks like a game.”

“This is a learn to read program for children ages four to ten years up, up through third grade level. It starts with a pre-test to gauge your child’s place, and then customizes the content from there. It can be used as a supplemental program, a full time learning program, at home, or in a classroom. Ada loved that Reading…