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Reading Comprehension Skills Are Not Automatic!

When teaching a young reader the basics, it's easy to forget that "learning to read" is not the same as "reading comprehension."

By "learning to read", most parents mean that their child is decoding words. "Reading comprehension" requires understanding, which comes after learning how to interact with the text.

Experts agree that there are five key areas in learning to read:

  • Phonemic Awareness
  • Phonics
  • Reading Comprehension
  • Vocabulary Development
  • Reading Fluency

Time4Learning teaches these areas as part of our language arts curriculum. Animated characters present the lessons, giving your child the means to engage the material, not just read it.


 At first, I was skeptical about using a computer program for reading. But the progress we made is really clear and I couldn't be happier!
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