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One of the reasons I chose to start homeschooling at the new year rather than after the school year ended is because I can “ease into it” with Sawyer (who is in 2nd grade) and not have to stress about any particular curriculum or reporting anything for Priscilla (who is only in Pre-K).
But Priscilla has had particular interest lately in learning how to read. She knows all the letters of the alphabet and their sounds. And is even sounding out basic words and reading road signs. But I want to keep reading fun and easygoing for her since she’s so young. So when I was given the opportunity to try out Reading Eggs, I was really excited and knew she’d love it!
Reading Eggs Makes Learning to Read FUN!
Priscilla wants to be doing “something” while I’m working on homeschool with Sawyer, but she’s pretty resistant to anything that resembles “real school” (i.e. worksheets, math, etc.). So, Reading Eggs (geared toward ages 3 – 7) is perfect for her to get some basic phonics and reading skills practice because it sure doesn’t feel like “school!”
She got a kick out of being able to independently work her way through the whimsical worlds to earn cute little critters and coins. And the fact that she can work independently also gives me time to work with Sawyer on more one-on-one homeschooling lessons – when he isn’t too distracted by Priscilla’s Reading Eggs fun!
Wait til he hears that there’s a version, Reading Express, just for his age range (ages 7 – 13), too.
And as a mama and teacher, I love how Reading Eggs was developed by experienced educators and is based on solid scientific research in reading and learning.
So Reading Eggs is a great solution for teaching kids to read while homeschooling or just extra reading practice at home if your kids are in school.