You will learn how to teach and expose your baby/toddler to reading and new words in a NATURAL PLAYFUL MANNER. This course is facilitated by a mom, Andrea, who taught her son to spell at 21 months and read on a third grade level as a three year old. You will see videos of Andrea's son, Cory, as a baby to three years old. It reveals his journey from being read to as a baby to reading independently. You will also see clips of resources Andrea used to make reading fun and meaningful.
By this end of this course, you will know how to create a desire in your child to want to read! You will also have a guide in teaching them how to read. This course reveals the following and much more...
- A detailed account of how she taught her son to read
- Over 130 Reading Games/Activities and Resources
- How to expose your child to new words through play
- The types of books to start your child’s reading journey
- How to encourage curiosity in your child
- Child brain development and how to develop faster connections in your baby’s brain
- How to expose newborn and babies to words through play and bonding
- How my son was able to recognize words as a baby
- How to make rereading books fun for you and your child
- Simple ways to create a literacy rich home
- The MOST important thing you can do as a parent to encourage reading in your household
- How songs and dancing assisted in teaching my son to read.
- How to take full advantage of the FREE Services at your Local library
- How Physical Activities can boost your child’s reading skills
- How to Teach the Alphabet in a Fun Way
- How to Teach the Phonics, Blending Sounds, and Sight Words in a Fun Way
- The three basic learning styles in children
- How to determine your child’s learning style
- How to expose children to new concepts aligned with their learning style
- How children with certain learning styles tend to communicate
- The toys/activities children with certain learning styles tend to favor
- How to make learning fun and playful for children
- How to determine the best time to teach your child
- How to execute Fun In-Depth Learning
- How to use the body’s senses to teach your child
- How to combine In-depth learning and learning styles during play
- How to incorporate digital media in your child’s learning
- How to teach a child with more than one learning style
- How to Structure your Day
- How to progress to teaching your child the phonics
- How Writing and Art can build a child’s reading skills
- How to Use Real World Experiences and Field Trips to expose children to language.
- How to Choose Books your Child will Like to Read.
- Strategies for When your Child Loses Interest in Reading.
- Examples of toys we used
- Examples of books we read through our journey
- Once your child begins to read, how to continue to build their skills.
Andrea is the creator of the blog and organization SimplyOutrageousYouth.org. She has written two books called Teach Your Toddler to Read Through Play and Fun and Easy Ways to Teach Your Toddler to Write. Andrea has helped thousands of parents and teachers expose their children to fun in-depth and accelerated learning methods. The official Simply Outrageous Youth brand was created in 2006 and is designed to utilize innovative and exciting methods of teaching academic, business, financial, and life skills to kids. Her background includes being a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Play therapist. As a mom, she has used fun and playful in-depth learning methods to teach her son to read on a third grade level as a three-year-old, write numbers and letters as a two-year-old, and do division as a four-year-old. Come on this journey with her and make the world your children's learning playground.
Andrea is the creator of the blog and organization SimplyOutrageousYouth.org. She has written two books called Teach Your Toddler to Read Through Play and Fun and Easy Ways to Teach Your Toddler to Write. Andrea has helped thousands of parents and teachers expose their children to fun in-depth and accelerated learning methods.The official Simply Outrageous Youth brand was created in 2006 and is designed to utilize innovative and exciting methods of teaching business, financial, and life skills to 4th – 8th grade students. Her background includes being a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Play therapist. As a mom, she has used fun and playful in-depth learning methods to teach her son to read on a third grade level as a three-year-old, write numbers and letters as a two-year-old, and do division as a four year old. Come on this journey with her and make the world your children's learning playground.
Frequently Asked Questions
“This was a wonderfully detailed account of not only how to teach your child to read, but also how to connect with your child, support your child in a lifetime of loving to learn, and use your time caring for your child in a meaningful, fulfilling way. I am inspired as a mother, and I wish I'd known about this sooner!
I thought it was very well written, and the flow was perfect. The book flowed seamlessly from one chapter to the next, and I felt like it was organized perfectly.”
“This is a wonderful guidebook for parents who want to help their children begin learning at an early age through play. It is an introduction on how to nurture a love of learning and proficiency in reading in children, which in turn will open the door for your child to be exposed to and learn about a variety of topics. Andrea incorporates several learning styles in order to pave the way for a lifetime of learning.
I look forward to incorporating some of these techniques into playtime with my little learners.”
“This book documents the journey of an engaged parent who used creative and fun ways to introduce her son to books. This led to the child’s continuous interest in letters, words, sentences and naturally, reading. If you are willing to invest the time in incorporating the tips in this book with your child, he or she will also develop an interest in books and learn to read during the early stages of brain development. This book is an excellent example of the African Proverb “Each One Teach One.”