How I Taught My 3 Year Old Child How To Read

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My Initial Approach: Everything Alphabet, Books Everywhere

Here are some of the things I did to get my daughter interested in reading:

1. I exposed my young child to the alphabet by singing songs and reading alphabet books. A lot of repetitions really helped.

2. Having alphabet blocks in the house really helped as these would keep my daughter exposed to alphabets while we played with them.

3. Of course, we started buying beginner’s reading books and have them in her room for her collection. These really made her curious about books.

4. I made sure I read my books in front of her.

5. We read her books during bedtime.

6. We had children’s books around the house and encouraged her to pick up one prior to nap time.

7. We made sure that we had alphabet puzzles, alphabet towels, alphabet floating toys for bath time, alphabet everything. LOL. I admit, it was a bit of overkill with alphabets but it surely worked!

8. I started teaching her the concept of alphabets and the sounds they make and that alphabets make up words that you can read when she was two-and-a-half years old.

To be honest, when I started teaching her word formations, it was not easy as I was not really a teacher to start with. All of the above helped. However, they were not enough.

In fact, it was a quite frustrating not having a formal system in place to help her with all the fundamentals to properly teach her.

In fact, it was a quite frustrating not having a formal system in place to help her with all the fundamentals to properly teach her.

This Accidental Discovery Was The Turning Point

One day, I got so frustrated teaching Lizzie how to read some basic words. It got to a point where I needed a break so I decided to just mindlessly scroll through my Facebook feeds to cool down.

In that video, this cute little girl (almost 3 years old that time) was excitedly reading words and sentences. You could see the joy in her face as she read words and joyously smiled every time she completed words and sentences.

Well, I came across a video of a child who was about the age of my daughter. In that video, this cute little girl (almost 3 years old that time) was excitedly reading words and sentences. You could see the joy in her face as she read words and joyously smiled every time she completed words and sentences.

I was so in awe! I thought to myself that that could be my daughter reading words and sentences in a few months. If only I can learn what her parents did.

So I got hold of the person who posted the video and she was very nice to share with me the program she used to help teach her daughter how to read.

Unique Technique Opened A World Of Reading Possibilities

If it was not for this program, I do not think I would have been able to fast-track my daughter’s reading skills. I really owe everything to this dad who developed the program to teach all four of his children how to read by the age of 3.

Apparently, this dad had already taught the technique to over 50,000 happy parents so I had no doubt that it really works when I started applying it with Lizzie.

This reading system is ideal for kids from ages 3 to 8 years old. What I also love about this program is that it only requires a few minutes a day to teach your child. That’s it.

This reading system is ideal for kids from ages 3 to 8 years old. What I also love about this program is that it only requires a few minutes a day to teach your child. That’s it.

With this program, a child would be able to read really well within 8 to 12 weeks.

The Result: Lizzie was reading words and sentences in no time. Once she learned all the fundamentals, decoding words and eventually sentences became really fun and exciting for her.

The Result: Lizzie was reading words and sentences in no time. Once she learned all the fundamentals, decoding words and eventually sentences became really fun and exciting for her.

We were really in awe and of course, very happy with Lizzie’s reading progress. It was really worth the small investment in the program!

If you really want your child to learn how to read and have a head start in their learning, I highly recommend this program.

It’s by far the best investment decision that my husband and I have ever made for our child’s early development.

Words cannot express the joy that we feel when our daughter reads books above her age level. Seeing her enjoy and have fun reading books is really very satisfying.

Words cannot express the joy that we feel when our daughter reads books above her age level. Seeing her enjoy and have fun reading books is really very satisfying.

Furthermore, when people see your child reading books advanced for their age, I can assure you that they will simply be in awe with what they are seeing.

If you really want your child to learn how to read or help a child who is struggling with reading, you might like to watch the video presentation which you can find below.

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I sincerely hope that this program makes a significant difference in your child’s life as it has done so for my child.

My Advice For Parents Is This …

Teaching a child how to read is not a walk in the park. It requires a commitment on the part of parents to keep your little one interested and aware about the alphabet, words, sentences, and books on a daily basis.

Always keep things fun for your child and always be encouraging.

As I have learned in my journey to teach my child how to read, there are proven and tested programs out there that can help parents teach their child how to read.

From my experience, a good, proven program can really fast-track a child’s reading development. Furthermore, it really helps lessen the frustrations of teaching and helps smooth-out the whole process.

From my experience, a good, proven program can really fast-track a child’s reading development. Furthermore, it really helps lessen the frustrations of teaching and helps smooth-out the whole process.

Keep your mind open and seek out help, most especially if you are not sure of what you need to do. It worked for me and I have every reason to believe that it will also work for you. 🙂

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3 thoughts on “How I Taught My 3 Year Old Child How To Read

  1. Jim Yang’s process of teaching is an eye-opener for parents and teachers who stick to sight words to help kids read. Instead of having kids memorize sight words, he maximizes phonics and phonemic awareness to expose them to more words. Hence, the kids are inclined to read more words by identifying the sounds of the letters. Unlike if they have to memorize sight words, learning and exposure to words would be very limited.

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  2. Those kids are amazing. Even I couldn’t read at that age. 🙂 Seriously, you’re right. A proven reading program can really speed up the learning process. I’m going to check out the program for my two-month old baby. I want to start early. Thanks.

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  3. Whoa! I’m amazed at how those cute and adorable 2+ year olds are reading. Thanks for sharing it. I’m going to look into the program for my 3-year old son.

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