Sunday, May 22, 2016

Reading is a good habit for children to learn at an early age. From the first few months after birth, babies greatly benefit when their parents read to them. As the child goes into the toddler stage, they learn to appreciate a storybook. The habit of reading has been proven to help increase a child's academic aptitude.

However, what if you notice your child struggling with reading and comprehension? They may not openly admit, but their report cards would show it. If the parents find this frustrating, it is even more frustrating for the child.

As parents, we only want the best for our children. Helping them to reach their dreams is our penultimate goal. 

Where do we start?

Start at the core - help them improve their reading and comprehension skills. Once this has been achieved, the child will have more confidence in themselves and excel in other academic subjects too. 

I understand that we need to make a living and run a household, which leaves not enough time for us to sit down and help a child improve his reading ability. An option is to hire a tutor. But that would burn a big hole in the budget. We can also check downloadable apps to encourage a child to read, however, most of them are not interactive, which makes the child lose interest.

Have you heard of Reading Buddy Software™? If not, then read on.

"Reading Buddy Software™ is advanced speech recognition technology that listens, responds, and teaches as your child reads. It’s like having a tutor in your computer"

How does it work? Watch this:



Amazing, huh?

Reading Buddy Software™ improves reading fluency through repetition. It listens and responds when your child reads. It is user friendly and highly interactive. A child can navigate through the program and earn "prizes" for a job well done.

The stories are fun and engaging, making it easy for the child to be eager and interested to keep on reading. Their reading and comprehension skills will definitely show marked improvement in as little as three months!


This summer, give your child a gift that would give them a brighter future. Purchase the Reading Buddy Software™ today and take advantage of a 50% discount by clicking the link below:



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27 comments:

  1. This sounds like a great program for any child. It seems this can be a great refresher course for the summer as well as a self esteem boost for children. I will have to share this with my niece for her son. Thanks for sharing the information.

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    1. Indeed it is something we can give our children to help them prepare for the next school year. I am sure your niece's son will enjoy the stories and boost his reading abilities as well.

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  2. That sounds like a phenomenal software program. I think all parents need to get a copy of it for their kids.

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    1. It is! Great thing is that it is available for half the price plus a free e-report to keep track of their progress.

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  3. I am all about anything that improves literacy and builds up the passion for reading and learning. I wish this kind of stuff was around when I was young!

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    1. I wish I had this too when I was young. I learned to love reading because my elementary school had a recognition program for students who read the most books from the library.

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  4. Wow this sounds awesome. I have one kiddo that is a little behind with reading and something like this could really benefit her and get her ready for next year back in school! - Jeanine

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    1. Think of it as an investment towards your child's future. Pretty soon, we'll be looking at a great ROI.

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  5. This is great. This can be a great help to parents who want their kids to read at early age. Will recommend this to my brother with two sons.

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    1. Thank you Maria Ana! Hope you do recommend the Reading Buddy Software.

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  6. I will def have to look into this for little guy. He loved to read but is not where he should be. Thank you for sharing.

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    1. I am sure he will love this. It teaches them independence too. Sometimes having a tutor is intimidating to a child. The Reading Buddy Software lets them learn at their own pace and awards them with "prizes" for a job well done.

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  7. I couldn't agree more. When I use to tutor, I noticed kids responding more to interactive software and computer games. This software sounds like an excellent program to keep kids engaged and interested to keep on reading.

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    1. It is a perfect program to install in your computer! Easy to navigate and highly interactive.

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  8. I love using software to help children learn. I will have to ask my family if they are using this with their kids.

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    1. The children are so much into technology nowadays that having the Reading Buddy Software installed in the computers helps increase a child's compliance to making reading a habit.

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  9. I am totally going to introduce this to my daughter over the summer.
    She is just learning to read and it's a struggle... she just isn't interested!
    Maybe this will help.

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    1. Thank you Heather. I am sure she will love this. She will learn independence and build her self esteem. And of course, improve her reading and comprehension skills. An hour a day, every day, during the summer will show positive results!

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  10. Sounds like a great software for kids! I love educational games/apps, very fun and useful

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    1. Take advantage of the 50% discount, Rika. It is definitely a good investment.

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  11. I love program software like these that are helpful to parents and children!
    Perfect for summer!

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    1. Totally agree, Colette. This is going to benefit both parents and children.

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  12. This is really cool, I love the idea of a reading buddies program. Currently our school has a reading buddies weekly event in the spring season for kids to go after school once a week and it's such a great program, would love to continue it at home!

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  13. Love educational software, reading before Kinder is really important.

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  14. I have a 6 year old who just to learned to read in kindergarten, and I'm determined to keep her skills up this summer. I'll be checking this out.

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  15. My son really struggled and still slightly does. It is amazing when he is successful how he feels at getting it done.

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  16. I sure could of used this when my daughter was younger. She was not picking up on reading and really hated to try. It was kind of hard for me to get her excited about reading.

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