Teaching your child to read early!


New member
Oct 15, 2020
At the beginning of the quarantine, I had more time working at home so I've been reading some articles about the importance of reading for the development of our little ones. Did you know kids prepare for their reading education years before even reading their first book? Building literacy and language skills help children be kindergarten-ready, so they enter school with a love of books and ready to learn. So I decided it was a great time to introduce books to my daughter!

That's when I met a wonderful system called Reading Head Start! We started seeing results in just 1 month and we were shocked!!! Today she reads very well for her age and I'm sure she will excel at school in the future! I’m really proud!
About this system, at first, I had doubts, but as there is a $1 trial so I decided to try it! Especially because $1 makes almost no difference 😂 And it was incredible! We're enjoying it a lot and that's why I came to share it with you!
If anyone is interested in trying it too (and I highly recommend it), this is the link 👉 https://bit.ly/3d2dJl7

Renata Lander

Oct 11, 2020
Quarantine has opened up many opportunities. I now spend more time with my children and we are constantly looking for something to do. Reading has become an important part of our evening routine. It also helps children calm down. I agree with the idea it's better to teach children reading at home. I will look through this system it seems interesting to me!


New member
Feb 23, 2021
The is no reason to argue with you. Of course, reading develops different skills and the way of thinking. Kids have better imaginations and know how to act in different situations. That is why parents read them since early childhood. I should mention our Little Scholars Kindergarten Brooklyn. They pay great attention to reading. As they have children of different ages, including little toddlers. They use all the modern and proven methods in education. Read their articles on that topic.