ReviewsLearning To Read - Rosetta Stone Kids Reading Program #RSKids #MC #sponsored

Learning To Read – Rosetta Stone Kids Reading Program #RSKids #MC #sponsored

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My son has completely no interest in school right now.. he’s been like that though since he started. He doesn’t like school so much that it’s affecting his reading and other school work, except for math. Math he loves and is really really good at. Reading is what we are struggling with the most. 

We’ve tried just about everything we can to help him grow is reading and vocabulary skills. In school he’s started taking spelling classes, learning new words and ready short sentences to small paragraphs which are 3-4 sentences long. 

I am sure you’ve probably heard of Rosetta Stone but have you heard of the Rosetta Stone Kids Reading Program? We were giving the opportunity to try out the Rosetta Stones Kids Reading Program. The Rosetta Kids Reading, in which they partnered with literacy experts at Lexia Learning, is designed to help children ages 3-7 get a jump-start on their education by developing core literacy skills in an engaging and effective way. Did you know more than 47% of U.S. children are below grade-level reading?

Rosetta Stone Kids Reading Program

So far, we have been enjoying the reading program. After you set up a profile for your child, the kids are sent on a personalized adventure through 10 levels of lessons. We try to do this at least every night for a few minutes. Luckily, my son likes the Rosetta Stone Kids Reading Program well enough that he’ll work on it for at least 30 minutes. 

One of the things I love about the kids program is that they can learn at their own place. There are fun illustrations, great reading and letter learning lessons and it’s enjoyable. I love that he enjoys this program and because he doesn’t get frustrated with this like he does with other programs.

There is also a parents corner, which is where we can set up the learning profiles based on what the kids need help in. It also makes it easy to set up a profile for more than one child so that if his sister ever needs help with reading we can set up a profile for her.

If you’d like to check out a free trial of the Rosetta Stone Kids Reading Program, head on over to www.rosettastone.com/kids so you can check it out.

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