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10 Proven Lessons to Get Your Child Reading Before First Grade

10 Proven Lessons to Get Your Child Reading Before First Grade
As a homeschooling family, our children picked up reading at an earlier age most likely because they were exposed to it as their older siblings were learning. But, have you ever wondered why we wait until first grade to get our children reading? Before age six, children have enormous capacities for learning. Yet, some struggle to learn and others take to it easily.

10 Proven Lessons to Get Your Child Reading Before First Grade
With step-by-step, guided instruction from UCan Courses, you can give your child the advantage of a lifetime. This proven method for teaching your child to read by first grade is getting attention. It gives kids a running start, boosts confidence, and eliminates that overwhelming feeling so many have on the first day of school. Importantly, it puts the parent in the driver’s seat: All you need is 10 minutes a day for 15 days!
10 Proven Lessons to Get Your Child Reading Before First Grade

Meet Shelana

Shelana is a first-grade teacher with more than 20 years of experience. She’s also a wife, mother, and grandmother. And, she can be your UCan coach, guiding you in teaching your child to read.

Why Parents Love UCan Kids

10 Proven Lessons to Get Your Child Reading Before First Grade
It’s fun, easy, and goes at the child’s own pace. It can also be used by nannies or grandparents. It gets results. The program builds skills in comprehension and retention – essential for young learners. It will have your child reading – and understanding – full sentences by first grade!

People who use Ucan Kids tend to be:

10 Proven Lessons to Get Your Child Reading Before First Grade

  • College-focused parents with an eye on Harvard who want to give their child every advantage.
  • Beginner parents who benefit from Shelana’s proven methods for teaching kids.
  • Busy parents who find that 10 minutes of paired and shared learning creates a special bond that reinforces learning.
  • Homeschooling parents who use the program as a foundation for learning.
  • Parents of a child with learning challenges who will benefit from early attention.

As you give your child all the advantages of this remarkable methodology for learning to read, you’ll get super parenting tips and tons of support, games and tools to download, and the joy that comes when you see your child reading, retaining, and comprehending words. For children everywhere, education really is the future. Once your child has discovered the magic of reading, a whole world of learning awaits.

Get started now:

Sign up for the free 10 Step Cheat Sheet here, after which you’ll get three free training videos.

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As part of this limited time offer, you can begin immediately by enrolling in the full online course. You’ll still receive the cheat sheet, the free training videos, and all the bonus educational tools. Learn more here.

10 Proven Lessons to Get Your Child Reading Before First Grade

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Comments

  1. Kristin Hale says

    I think reading to kids at an early age is imperative.

  2. I WISH I had this when my kids were younger. They both struggle with reading and have reading intervention at school. It is so hard to see your child struggle! This sounds like an amazing program. I signed up for the cheat sheet in hopes it can help me with my 3 year old!

    • Thank you Jennie,

      I hope the Cheat Sheet helps and that you register for my course.

      I look forward to you being a part of the Ucan family.

  3. This is fantastic! My 5yr old is in kindergarten and my 3yr old is in preschool and they’re craving for more learning. Why wait?

  4. It is never to early to get your child reading. Thanks for the great and informative article!

  5. This sounds amazing and I will be checking this out!

  6. Dana Rodriguez says

    This sounds like a fun way to teach your little ones how to read. Our grandson will bw 3 next month so I am going to share this with his mom.

  7. Linda Manns Linneman says

    Reading is so important for all of us. The younger we start with our children the better. Thank you so much for sharing this great information

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