15 Min / Day Teach Your Child to Read Using Phonetic & Sight Words!

Do you want to teach your child to read so fast and effortlessly that you won’t even believe how it is even possible ?!

So you must find out about this new method!

Step 1 – Develop the child’s phonetic skills

First, the child will develop his/her phonemic awareness, so he/she will learn about the connection between sounds and letters (vowel, schwa, diphthong, digraphs, magic E, CVC, syllables…)

So instead of just memorizing sight words (like a parrot), the child will actually learn effectively and systematically how to read without a struggle.

So basically, he will become more fluent in the language by acquiring a system instead of just memorizing!

Step 2 – Sight words (Are taught only after they have established a solid base of phonemic awareness)

The child has developed their phonetic skill! Now it is time to learn the most frequent words in the language.

Step 3 – Exceptions (irregular word, silent words…)

Now it is the right time to introduce the exceptions of the English language.

For example irregular word, silent words,

The Heavy Price Our Children Will Pay for Falling Behind with Reading

Staying behind with reading is not a joke and it has proven to have emotional & financial impacts:

  • Your child will struggle with other subjects for instance science, math, etc.
  • You will have to pay every month to private tutors – about 300$ / per month / for every subject 
  • Your child will hate to study – he/she will have low grades, and maybe even drop out of school!

Luckily, You Can Teach Him/her To Read (From Home)

Let me tell you about Sarah Shepard, an English teacher who has been teaching for 17 years. She discovered a simple shortcut to teach English in just 15 min a day. 

As a teacher, she had a lot of students to try it on.

In the beginning, she tried the new strategy on the students with a reading disability.

And then, when they started to read better than the children without a reading disability, She decided to switch completely her teaching style.

A few years later, she designs the Reading Headstart, a step-by-step method which is:

  • Easy and enjoyable (Your child will ask to do it!)
  • Save time (15 minutes a day) 

Ready to reveal how to teach your child to read?

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