Teaching your Child to Read with the PRIDE Reading Program

Being a homeschool parent, one of the first things you encounter in regards to teaching your child something is, teaching them how to read. Before any curriculum or chapter books- we must start by teaching them how to recognize letters, sounds, and beginning to read.

As a mom of 3, I am always facing new challenges in the world of homeschool, my next challenge is teaching my preschooler how to read. I was so excited to work with PRIDE Reading and use their Pride Reading Program: Beginning Letters and Sounds to start teaching my preschooler how to read.

PRIDE Reading has sponsored this post and provided compensation and/or products for my honest opinion and review.

How does the PRIDE Reading Program teach kids how to read?

The PRIDE Reading Program is a great option for any beginning reader, but can also specifically help children with learning difficulties or struggling readers. The program is easy to follow for parents, pretty much scripted and completely lesson planned out for you! I know this helps me as a busy working mom, with multiple kids- I need all the help I can get!

The PRIDE Reading Program is an easy to use, structured literacy, Orton-Gillingham curriculum for children of all ages. This homeschool curriculum uses engaging, multisensory methods to teach reading, writing, spelling, and comprehension.

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The online parent teaching guide walks the parent step by step how to teach your child to read. It includes small, easy sections, as well as scripts. It truly is open and go, which saves my mama brain some energy!

The PRIDE Reading Program is an easy to use, structured literacy, Orton-Gillingham curriculum for children of all ages. This homeschool curriculum uses engaging, multisensory methods to teach reading, writing, spelling, and comprehension.

How did we use the PRIDE Reading Program in our Homeschool?

The Pride Reading Program: Beginning Letters and Sounds was perfect to use for my preschooler. He already knows the letters and how to identify them, so learning the sounds was the next step. We enjoy the easy step by step lessons. I also like to point out that the lessons are all structured the same way, so we both know what to expect.

We do 1 lesson spread over two days, my son will be turning 4 soon and we like to keep school lessons around 10 minutes, I will say these lessons tend to take a bit longer to complete.

Interested in seeing my son and I do a lesson? Check out my YouTube review video here:

Our Honest and Final Thoughts on the PRIDE Reading Program?

I am blown away! This is such a well put together curriculum it has completely eased my worry of being able to teach my son to read- with this curriculum know i have the tools to succeed!

I am glad I was able to give the Pride Reading Program: Beginning Letters and Sounds a test run, honestly the reviews I’ve seen I thought it was only to be used for kids with dyslexia – this is not the case at all, anyone can use PRIDE Reading!

If you are interested in trying out the Pride Reading Program, you can use discount code: TRYPRIDE to receive 10% OFF!

The PRIDE Reading Program is an easy to use, structured literacy, Orton-Gillingham curriculum for children of all ages. This homeschool curriculum uses engaging, multisensory methods to teach reading, writing, spelling, and comprehension.

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