Best Reading Program for Kids? You Decide!
Easy Online Phonics Program for Kids Ages 3-6.
Looking for the best reading program for kids? Teach Your Child to Read™ is a 6-STEP online phonics program—easy to use, and fun, too!
Designed for you and your child to spend one-on-one time together, the program is fully interactive. You and your child will work together to learn this important skill.
The Best Reading Program for Kids is the One That Works for Yours.
Why teach your child to read?
By taking charge of teaching this critical skill, you will create unlimited possibilities for whatever life path your child chooses to follow.
Let our online phonics program guide you.
You don't need to know how to teach reading—or phonics, for that matter—to use the program. Simply follow the audio guide and work your way through the 6 STEPS at your own pace. It's easy!
Spend only 5 minutes-a-day.
You're busy and your child might have short attention span. You'll be happy to know that each lesson takes 5 minutes or less.
Minimize screen time.
Teach Your Child to Read™ is a simple, online phonics program that makes teaching reading easy for you and your child—with only minutes in front of a screen.
Teach Your Child to Read. Easy.
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The Best Reading Program for Kids has Everything You Need.
Our web-based program contains everything you need to teach your child to read!
We believe YOU are the best judge of which is the best reading program for kids, which is why we are offering you a 7-DAY FREE TRIAL. From the moment you log into the program, you will see how quick and easy it is to use.
Founder and creator Mary Follin started her career as a systems engineer with IBM. She's worked in product development, market research, and more recently provides marketing consulting to professional services firms. Beyond creating Teach Your Child to Read™, she is also the author of Ethyr, winner of the the Moonbeam Children's Book Award and the Gertrude Warner Book Award.
Mary is also author, with Erika Guerrero, of the advice column ASK MOM in Fredericksburg Parent & Family magazine.