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Children Learning Reading Program – Teaching Children to Read Review

Children Learning Reading Program
“Once you learn to read, you will be forever free.”
– Frederick Douglass


A teacher by profession and a mom of two by choice I am. It was a tough decision to picked between a career I loved and a family. I quit teaching and chose the later but no regrets though because I have two adorable bundles of joy that I wouldn’t trade for the world. My 7 years experience as an elementary public school teacher back in my home country is my pride that I have treasured in me. Did you know that the ratio in a regular public school classroom back in the Philippines was 1:45 which means, there is one teacher and 45 children in one classroom. We all know what’s the role of a teacher but we do not know how the teacher rule in order to achieve their objectives. I spent my last 3 years as a teacher teaching lower grades. Handling 45 children in first grade (ages 6 to 11) teaching them how to read and write was a big challenges in my teaching career. It was rewarding though to see that 95% of these children able to read and write by the end of the school year. I thought that was hard but I never think that teaching my two toddlers now is even harder. It sounds unbelievable but I really do find difficult teaching my own kids how to read and write than teaching 45 children that weren’t mine. I can’t make them listen, follow and behave for like 15 minutes. It’s not my children’s fault but totally all mine as a mom and a parent. Well, I should have been more consistent, patient and diligent in teaching my own children when they were younger. There is no a do over of being a mom and a parent. Lesson I learned over the past 5 years of being a mom was be patient and do not neglect other important part of your children milestones like reading them books in a regular basis and consistently. Make learning a habit. Be consistent in what you have started and put focus and discipline in everything you do.
Children Learning Reading Program

Meanwhile, I have accessed and downloaded a reading program at this website http://www.childrenlearningreading.org through Tomoson for product review purposes. Children Learning Reading is a super simple and effective, step-by-step program that helps parents teach their children how to read, with video proof shown on their website. Based on their product description, this reading program works amazingly well to teach children of all ages to read well. It’s simple enough to even teach 2 and 3 year old children to read. So, if you need help in teaching your children how to read feel free to visit Children Learning Reading website for information and please do see the videos posted on their site.
Teaching Children to Read

I have a 5 year old son who will be going to Kindergarten and a 4 year old daughter who will be in Pre-K this school opening. I am proud to say that my son can now read, spell and write a simple C-V-C (consonant-vowel-consonant) three letter words such as CAT, RAT, PIG and more. However, he is still far from being a reader as he needs more practice. My daughter on the hand is just starting and working on familiarizing the letter sounds of each letter names in the alphabet. No two individual are exactly alike therefore, I cannot use the same method of teaching my daughter to read. She is different from her brother. She is more playful and unpredictable. The Children Learning reading Program might work well with my daughter. She still have a long way to go and reading story and books is a good start. Reading a passage and stressing out the word in the sentence with your finger pointing at it to let the children know what that is. Take this one for example;

and this.

The Children Learning Reading Standard Edition consist of Stage 1 and 2. Begin at Children Learning Reading Stage 1 that discuss about Critical components of teaching children to read: 1) phonemic awareness and 2) synthetic phonics, blending and etc. It introduces letter names, letter sounds, words and proper writing direction as well. The program also has tips, ideas and suggestions on how to get your Child to Cooperate in the learning reading process. Important steps and sections of the program to follow for your children’s first lesson.
• The Importance of Blending
• Smooth Blending and Choppy Blending
• The Importance of Repeated Practice and Exposure
• The First Steps
• How to Teach Reading and Present Lessons
There is a whole lot more to know about the program and I need to follow it orderly to avoid confusion. However, since my son have already know some of the simple word I still applied to him other points from the program.

I skipped some of the steps but I make him read some of the words in capital letters as a review.

word in pairsThis step-by-step program, start off teaching capital letters, and then transition over to lowercase letters. The ultimate goal is to have your child become fluent in reading both capital and lowercase letters. The transition from capital letters to lowercase letters is a very simple and smooth one, as there are only about ten to twelve of the alphabet letters where there are notable differences between the capital and lowercase representations. Examples are found in the program and basically this is the reason why I reviewed the previous steps for my son even though he already knows some of the word. I think it helps to distinguish the lower case and the upper case.

Teaching children to read cannot be done and achieve over night. This is a long process and it is important to follow the guidelines properly and orderly. The step-by-step program is your tools and guide on how to teach your children. By the end of the lessons or the Learning Children Reading stage 2, you’ll have your children reading a short story, passage, and more. The are also bonuses included in the kit. Check it out now and get your own copy of Children Learning Reading Program.


I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

8 responses to “Children Learning Reading Program – Teaching Children to Read Review”

  1. Mel Cole says:

    Thank you for giving your teacher experience to us readers mommy Shiela. At the moment, I am in my point of starting another career, a homeschool teacher to my kids especially my Kindergarten child. You know what, I experienced exactly what I felt like how you feel. It’s hard to teach kids in their beginning stage. As for the lesson plans I read, it’s really normal for kids to repeat what you asked or feeling they just don’t know how to do it, sighing, resisting, etc. We parents tend to forget that they are just beginners in learning. Our patience test us. This is what I’m practicing now (trust me I have little patience but I want to do better for my kids to learn better). I like this review you made for this reading product for kids. Got to check on that.

  2. Nova S says:

    This is indeed very helpful for me, thank you so much. I am now in the process of teaching my son new words to read, he knows most words that has 1 letter represents to it…i have t start my 3 years old now that way he won’t have a hard time to do it when he goes to school.

  3. Rosey says:

    This is so full of good information. Thank you for sharing it! I stayed home w/my last child too, and it was a most excellent decision!

  4. Shauna S says:

    This is a great post. Very helpful for me right now. My 18 month old just doesn’t want to say any words besides mama and dada. I’m going to try these techniques.

  5. A ratio of 1:45. Wow. Now I feel better having had a ratio of 1:12 when I taught pre-school!

    Reading is important. I’ve heard it said that up until about age 8, children learn to read.

    After age 8, they read to learn.

  6. Mistee Dawn says:

    How great. I am currently teaching my daughter to read and it is very tough. Thanks for the info.

  7. These look really interesting! I think I need to investigate a bit more. Wish they had these in Spanish also. That would be a real hit. Thank you for sharing!

  8. Michelle F. says:

    What a great idea of read the sentence like that.

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