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Top 3 Reasons Every Parent Needs To Watch This Video Right Now...
Here are 3 surprising reasons every parent will want to focus on their child's literacy as early as they possibly can... Not waiting or leaving it in the hands of the school board alone. Tap the big orange button above and discover a video with several potent steps you can do with your child immediately to grow their mind and their future...
#1 Your Child's Word Level Predicts Future Success
Did you know kids prepare for their reading education years before even reading their first book?
That’s because 90% of a child’s brain is already developed by age three.
This means that by age three, a child’s vocabulary can predict third-grade reading proficiency.
That’s why it’s so important to get started early using a system that works for kids like the one in this video here!
#2 Once Behind, It's Impossible To Catch Up
37% of children today enter Kindergarten without the skills necessary to begin their learning journey and that’s troubling.
By the end of first grade, kids are expected to ask questions and remember story details.
And if a child isn’t reading at grade level by that point, there’s an 88% likelihood that he will still be behind in reading by fourth grade.
And that could change their entire lives, because…
#3 Poor Reading Leads to Dropping Out And Poverty
Children who are not reading at grade level by fourth grade are four times more likely to drop out of school and thirteen times more likely to drop out if they also live in poverty.
Did you know that one out of seven adults have such low literacy skills that they can’t read anything more complicated than a child’s picture book?
Illiteracy doesn’t just lead to low self-esteem. It also leads to poverty and crime.
The #6 Little known Facts About Early Literacy:
Fact #1: Forty-three percent of children in America are not school ready when they enter kindergarten. Yet, children who get early literacy exposure with positive speech interactions have a 32-million-word advantage by age four over children who did not get this exposure.
Fact #2: Neuroscientists tell us that the preschool brain is malleable and more likely to reorganize dysfunctional or dyslexic reading circuitry if we intervene early. Early intervention starts at home. You should be your child's first reading teacher for this reason alone. This video here shows you exactly how!
"Excellent program for beginning readers"
I used the method featured in the video for my 3-year-old daughter last year and she still loves it. Now, after one year, she is reading between 2nd and 4th grade levels. Obviously, we have been reading together through that time, but Reading Head Start was the right choice to teach her to sound out words and learn basic sight words. And we all love the letter sounds song!
By: Brenda S.
Fact #3: Picking up reading in babyhood and toddlerhood is easy; learning to read at age 6 from formal instruction in school is hard work. Babies and toddlers can learn to read as easily and informally during a critical period of brain development from birth to age 4 as they can easily pick up fluency in two complicated languages, say Mandarin and English, during this same time.
Fact #4: A baby's brain will triple in size during the first year of life. Reading aloud and talking to your child feeds the child's brain 10 million words of raw data each year in the first three years of life, and enables their neuralpathways to develop in different ways. A multisensory flash-word technique, or labeling objects and reading-around-the-room, can start as early as 3 or 4 months of age, during the brain's height of plasticity and synaptic formation. Such activities flex your child's mental muscles by feeding word traces into his brain, impacting both brain growth and cognitive development.
Fact #5: Tacit knowledge of phonics rules are hallmarks of toddler readers. They can't deliberately articulate the rules of phonics, but 2- and 3-year-olds can intuit phonics and exhibit the ability to decode and read words they have never seen in print. They cannot learn to do this through the kind of formal instruction used in school. They likely use special right-brain learning capacities, and pick up phonics and word-pattern recognition just like they pick up multiple languages during this period. They lose these special brain capacities by age 6.
Fact #6: Reading and being read to enables 2- and 3-year-olds to use complicated sentences, manage memory of distant events, build general knowledge, access new information, and develop powers of reflection. Reading stimulates language and vocabulary development, which is highly correlated with measures of intelligence. A 5-year-old reader acquires new knowledge from reading, while a 5-year-old nonreader can only admire the pictures.
"A Fun, Effective Reading Solution That Even Children As Young As 2 Are Using To Read Better Than Children Older Than Them"
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