Children Education & Development

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Reading Makes Your Child Smarter, and Your Child Misses a GOLDEN Opportunity, If You Do Not Teach Your Child to Read Now

Here, let me show you what sort of incredible accomplishments can be made possible using our teaching methods.

The little girl you saw in the first video above is our daughter, Raine. We began teaching her how to read when she was 2 years and 8 months old. 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!

Why teaching your child to read matters?

The first several years of your child’s life are the most important for healthy brain development and growth. Critical aspects of a child’s brain are established well before they enter school, and it is the experiences during these sensitive periods of development that play a critical role in shaping the capacities of the brain. Please see the graph below, which charts the synapse formation in a child’s brain at different ages.

As you can see, synapse formation for higher cognitive function peaks around 2 to 3 years of age. There is a direct link between a child’s academic performance and future success with positive early experiences and developing early reading skills.

 Reading makes your child SMARTER, and the very act of reading can help children compensate for modest levels of cognitive ability! [v – Cunningham, Stanovich]

 Your child’s vocabulary at age 3 predicts his or her first grade reading success, and…

 Vocabulary and reading ability in first grade strongly predicts grade 11 outcomes, and…

 Third grade reading skills directly influences high school graduation. Children who cannot read proficiently by grade 3 are four times more likely to leave school without a diploma than proficient readers!

And if you think… “why do I need to teach my child to read when they’ll learn to read at school, and what are the chances that my child will be a poor reader?” Then you need to THINK AGAIN! Because…

 67% of all Grade 4 students cannot read at a proficient level! According to the National Assessment of Educational Progress, of those 67%, 33% read at just the BASIC level, and 34% CANNOT even achieve reading abilities of the lowest basic level! The NAEP is the only ongoing survey of what students know and tracks their performance in various academic subjects for the United States.

 The U.K. government’s Department of Education reported that 42% of children left school without achieving a basic level of functional English – Over 100,000 students leave schools functionally illiterate in the UK each year!

 The Australian Government Department of Education reported that 33% of all year 5 students CANNOT meet the benchmark literacy skills, and in Canada, 42% of Canadians are considered semi-illiterate! Unfortunately, non of these above shocking literacy statistics should be surprising because…

 “Many in-service teachers are not knowledgeable in the basic concepts of the English language. They do not know how to address the basic building blocks of language and reading.” – This is NOT a statement that we are making, rather, this is a finding from a study done at the Texas A&M University. Their study was aptly titled “Why elementary teachers might be inadequately prepared to teach reading.

The above statistics and findings are not something we pulled out of thin air. They are reported by government agencies on the current state of the literacy levels of school children.