Get All You Need To Teach Your Preschool Child To Read…

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Start Off Right

“Can I, as a parent, teach my child to read?” The answer is absolutely yes! With True North Reading, you have everything that you need to teach your child to read exceptionally well—with ease and fun.

“But should I teach my preschool child? I mean, shouldn’t someone else who’s more qualified do it?” With True North Reading, YOU, the parent (or grandparent, or uncle or aunt), are highly qualified to teach your child to read!

Here, you get every single thing that you need, for your child to read well.

“Okay—So at what age should we start?”

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Start Early

Reading starts at birth—because the sound of our language is where it all begins.

Beginning with sounds—then adding in the mastery of a myriad of wonderful pre-reading skills—your very young child can actually practice the foundational skills of reading right now.

When you start with games and fun that teach the concepts and sub-skills of reading early on, your child is already learning what’s needed to read well. Short play and a game-based, relevant introduction to letters make learning to read easy.

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Beat The Statistics

NOW is the time to learn to read the right waybecause the greatest amount of brain growth occurs in your child between birth and age five, and your child’s mind is open and joyful toward learning in a way that it will never be, later on. In fact, by age three, roughly 85% of the brain’s core structure is formed—so mastering pre-reading/literacy skills right now can be critical to your child’s success.1

But that’s not all. If your child learns to read like most other kids, the statistics are stacked against your child.

Two out of three 3rd graders in the US aren’t reading at grade level.2 That’s a serious statistic—one that can be a serious problem for your child’s future.

You don’t want your child to be a statistic.


Make It Easy

True North Reading makes reading easy for little ones.

  • It’s short: We break ideas down into their smallest parts—So all can “get it”—and no one fails.
  • It’s fun: We play with ideas—So learning is filled with excitement and laughter.* It’s hands-on: We use our hands, bodies, eyes, ears, and even smell and taste—All the senses, so it’s enjoyable, entertaining, satisfying, and highly memorable learning.
  • It’s play-based: Never pushed, always prompted—Learning is child-centered.
  • It’s literacy based: Immersed in story and word-play—We grow our child’s vocabulary and love of language, so that reading in older years is trouble-free, comprehension (remembering what was read) is a breeze, and the larger-picture thinking of reading is mastered in all of schooling.
  • It’s joy-filled: We let the child lead, for joyful emotions—So the child is drawn to reading.

When we make learning easy, the child’s learning never stumbles—and that momentum carries into a full love of (and skill with) reading well.

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Make It Fun

Here at True North Reading, all of your young child’s learning is joyfully wrapped in play—because especially for the young child, play and learning aren’t separate—they’re intertwined.1

Here, we believe that all great learning involves the joy of play. When your little one learns to read, it’s not a chore; it’s a delight!

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Never Fall Behind

If you want to ensure your child will never fall behind, then True North Reading for your little one can help make it so.

The statistics above are clear: Most students fall behind.

But your little one doesn’t have to.

By age 2, a child’s brain is as active as an adult’s—and cognitive processes develop rapidly in the first years of life.1 So why wait?

Here, you get the chance to help your child never fall behind.

Give your child the love of reading now—playing with and mastering the simple abilities of reading—so your child will learn to read exceptionally well.

1, accessed November 9, 2019.

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Build Confidence

If you want your little one to become a confident reader, then now’s the time to begin.

Here’s why:

When you or I struggle at any task, we don’t enjoy what we’re doing. It’s no fun.

But when we are competent at the task—when we can do it, and do it well (whatever “it” is)—then we tend to love what we do. That’s because when we’re good at something (and it’s not “too hard”), it’s more fun.

We’re good at it. We enjoy being good at it. And we’re more confident because we’re good at it.

Competence builds confidence.

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Instill a Love of Reading

Most importantly—you want your child to love to read.

Because when your child loves reading, he or she loves to keep going with learning, to read well. Your child gets better at it. He or she enjoys it… learning more, growing more, having more opportunities for achievement, and (because the positive results snowball and multiply together) your child enjoys more success—in schooling and in life.

With research-based methods of learning that are fun for your little one, your toddler and preschooler can…

  • Learn phonemes (sounds)
  • Enjoy visual play with Sound Pictures (letters’ combinations)
  • Grow vocabulary through games and mapping1
  • Use music and rhythm, texture and shape, and movement, and more—tied to reading concepts, to make reading a happy place of learning
  • Learn with confidence and for highest memory of all that’s introduced
  • Make the pre-reading pathways strong—and with ease, start to read during the preschool years

Here, we come alongside you to help your child love to read—and learn to read in an easy, fun, relaxed, and joyful place that can give your child a lifelong joy of reading.

1, accessed November 9, 2019.

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