Teaching a student to read and watching it click is one of the most rewarding experiences you can have. While it is certainly fulfilling to be part of that process, it is often slow, difficult and filled with unmet expectations for everyone.
It is quite common for students to be taught their letters and sounds, but then discover in elementary school that actual reading isn’t going very well. Learning Dynamics has developed a program that is intended to not only introduce letters and their sounds, but also bridge the gap into strong reading. The Homeschool Review Crew was given the opportunity to use the Learning Dynamics Reading Program and share their reviews below.
This program has students reading books in 4 weeks when they spend 15 minutes a day, 3 times a week. The company is confident in their program offering a 30-day money back guarantee!
The Learning Dynamics approach introduces singular concepts and then keeps their attention with multiple avenues of reinforcement. The reading books provided are a fun reward as students can add them to their personal library after a skill is mastered. The entirety of this program is housed in a small, sturdy box that definitely helps keep things organized.
Included in the reading program:
- Teaching Manual
- Online Training Videos
- Over 50 Books
- Activities & Workbooks
- Music CD with letter and concept songs
Any level of student – from no letter knowledge to struggling readers – can utilize elements in this program. Through song, the alphabet and letter sounds are reinforced as often as desired,.
Through flash cards and activities visual connections can be made. Through reading books linked to each new concept, students are able to immediately challenge and use the skills they are learning.
When it comes to reading it is so important to find a good balance of challenge and fun so students don’t get bored or overwhelmed. Learning Dynamics has fine-tuned their program in the classroom for over 17 years and have witnessed consistent results. Check out what all the Crew reviews below to see what kind of results they had!
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Thank you to Amy B. from the WRITE Balance for writing this introductory post.