Sunday, 9 November 2014

Learn how to read with Red Apple Reading Program #review #giveaway

My daughter just turned 3 this year. She loves reading and I have been trying to teach her some skills but I feel like I am not that gifted in this. Then I thought about getting some tools to help me, but was not sure what to use since this is all new to me.

I found Red Apple Reading program and I thought I would give it a try. Here is what I have learn about Red Apple.


There are 3 different levels : A, B and C. My daughter is 3 years old. We started with Park Planet - Level B since Carnival Fun - Level A won't be available until Jan 2015.


Here is our experience with Red Apple Reading program:

I found that Park Planet to be a little bit too advanced for her. She doesn't know all the alphabets yet. As result, each game that she tried was not be able to do without my help. The animations, Videos and games really interested her and she kept asking me to do it again and again. I cannot wait until January 2015 to try the Carnival Fun with her.

I love that the program included many resources and functions and that parents can track how far the child advances. Each account can have up to 3 children on it. We can print out reports for each child's progress. They can log in by themselves but under parents' account.



I will continue using this program and can't wait until January come to see how much my daughter can learn from level A. So far, it is catchy and my daughter loves it.

The program has promotion for $59 right now on Red Apple Reading website. So if you think you would like some tools to help with your child's learning, this is a great time to try this out. If you are not sure that this is the right program for you, they offer a free trial program for you.


Giveaway!
One of my readers will win unlimited access to all levels with Red Apple Reading Program. This giveaway open WW.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

5 comments:

  1. I like that they use games and videos in order to help teach reading. Makes the kids a little more interested.

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  2. It's more like a game to them so it keeps their interest.

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  3. Seems like fun and the kids would respond well to it

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