Take the stress out of teaching your child to read

"I want to teach my child to read, but I don't know where to start."

"I'm worried that my child might be behind in reading."

"My child throws a tantrum every time I try to teach her to read."

If that's you, we want you to know that you're not alone. We hear stories like these every day from wonderful parents like you.

We believe that no child should ever cry or throw a tantrum over reading lessons. And that no parent should ever be judged when their child can't read yet.

THE WEBINAR HAS ENDED. Join the waitlist and be the first to know about our upcoming webinars. You'll also get our FREE guide, "Prepare Your Child for Reading".

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Here's just some of what you'll learn

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3 biggest reasons why so many parents are stressed out about teaching their kids to read

Spoiler alert: It's not their fault! Another spoiler alert: These reasons are easy to fix. Don't let yourself fall into these traps that can make your life more difficult.

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Why the wrong "reading program" can make it harder for your child to really learn to read later on

Sadly, we've seen so many kids who have reading problems - then when we go back, we find out that teaching reading was hurried, or reading was taught the wrong way. Know what to look for in a reading program so that this doesn't happen to you.

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A simple 5-minute activity you can do with your child to build reading readiness

Right at the start, we reveal the fun and easy activity we do with our own kids at home. It takes only five minutes, and goes a long way in building reading readiness.

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Reading lessons that will make your child beg for more

Don't just teach your child to read. Teach him to LOVE reading. It's easier than you think!

Don't miss the chance to transform how your child learns to read.

It's our mission to make it easier for YOU to be your child's first teacher.

You'll get a reading intervention specialist and mom of four (Tasha) and a developmental and behavioral pediatrician and mom of a preschooler (Victoria) to help you along the way.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Tasha & Victoria