Backed by two- independent controlled studies.
“There is no doubt this program is effective.”
(Dr. Ian Cameron @ University of Victoria, Canada)
No more flashcards,
No more worksheets,
No more, "I don’t know looks",
A child’s program ‘tis heard,
Where actions teach sounder than words.
It is clear from research on emerging literacy that learning to read is a relatively lengthy process that begins very early in development and clearly before children enter formal schooling.
“I wish I had known earlier!”, parents often lament upon learning their child is having difficulty with reading. Parents are a vital part of the reading process and can take several preventive steps to assure a child’s success in learning to read.