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Have a look how children all over the world reading
Smart parents all over the world have already discovered the importance of starting to teach their child early.
It is a fact that in the first years of a babies life the right brain develops rapidly. This is the text for the first video: Watch infants reading with joy!
Picture & Word Flash Lessons
Picture & word Flash lessons teach the meanings of words by flashing pictures and words rapidly. This method takes advantage of your child’s right-brain ability to absorb large quantities of information rapidly.
Multisensory lessons show each word followed by a picture and sometimes a video to reinforce the meanings of words. The speed in which we learn is enhanced when we experience the meanings of words through several sensory channels.
Pattern Phonics™ lessons show groups of color-coded words with varying vowel and consonant clusters. Your child will not only learn to sight-read, but will also be guided to decode the written language in an intuitive manner.
Children taught to read in babyhood have been known to develop an intuitive understanding of phonics. T course is designed to facilitate and accelerate this natural process.
Sight Words or
Word Flash is used to teach words through the flash method. Words will auto-forward rapidly and take less than a minute to play.
Sight Words lessons show words from the Dolch word list which mainly comprises words that were commonly found in children’s books, many of which are difficult to be sounded out using phonics rules.
Word Split Lessons
Word Split lessons are pretty much like Multisensory lessons, but the difference is that the words will be displayed and read out in parts – sometimes words are split into syllables, and sometimes a specific letter or blend is isolated.
Presenting the words in split mode helps your child sound out each letter or cluster of letters, reinforcing what your child learned from the other lesson types such as Pattern Phonics™.
Story time will includes simple stories which use words from the curriculum, your child will learn to read not only simple sentences, but even complete stories!
Story Time is designed specifically for you to teach your child to read, and not just for reading to your child.
Text and images are presented separately to allow your child to learn to read a sentence without getting distracted by any images or videos.
To make reading time even more exciting, you and your child can play a picture or word game at the end of each lesson!
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