I want you to imagine your young child start to read.
Reading to you, one of his favorite books. One that you read to him just a few weeks before.
This could be your reality in the next weeks!
Even if your child is young, even if he already struggling with reading, and even if he has a “reading disability”.
New Method To Teach Reading
In the next video: you are going to see how to teach any kid to read in just 15 minutes/day.
This new method can work for
- Any child
- At any age (even for 2 years-old kids!)
But, before we are jumping in, I want to boost your motivation…
The Heavy Price Of Remaining Behind With Reading
If your child stays behind with reading, you will have to pay a huge price. Emotionally & financially:
- Your child will struggle with reading at school, and that will lead him to struggle with other subjects – science, math, etc.
- You will have to pay every month to private teachers – about 300$ / per month / for every subject.
- Your child will hate to study – he will have low grades, and maybe even drop out of school!
Luckily, You Can Teach Him To Read In Just 15 Min/Day (From Home)
I want to introduce to you, Sarah Shepard, an English teacher for 17 years, and mother for 3 children.
She tries to teach her child to read traditionally,
but she failed…
Then she decided to search for an alternative way.
She found a simple way to teach reading
and guess what… it works!
This was a nice discovery, but the real thing was that her 2 years old daughter started to read as well!
A few weeks later, her 6 years old son and her 2 years old daughter read fluently a whole book!
She starts to test this technique on her students
As a teacher, she had a lot of students to test it on.
In the beginning, she tried the new technique on the students with a “reading disability”.
And then, when they start to read better than other kids, she decided to switches completely her teaching style.
A few years later, she develops a method that:
- Easy and enjoyable for the child
- Work extremely fast (15 minutes a day / 3 time per week)
- Work on “Autopilot”