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 The Non-Readers Age 1-4

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Kids Reading to Kids is a national program for character development and reading improvement. Based upon the unique Kids Reading to Kids methodology that centers on the concept that “The Power is in the Kids,” Kids Reading to Kids focuses on preparing kids for the learning experience by developing self-confidence and the inner drive to succeed.  Often improvement is dramatic and rapid.

Kids Reading to Kids provides a comprehensive training program for educators, parents and kids.

  Kids Reading To Kids Benefits For Non-Readers  

You may be asking, how do non-readers benefit from being read to by beginning and early readers in a one-on-one basis? Here's part of the answer:
 
bulletYoung non-readers who are read to build new vocabulary and enthusiasm for reading.
bulletStudies show that children who are read to, told stories or participate in arts/crafts in the Missing Link in Education age groups do better in grades 1-4. Proficiency of the reader is not an important factor -- any reader will have an impact.

This is just part of the answer. Nothing is more convincing than watching a group of pre-kindergarten and kindergarten kids in a Kids Reading To Kids setting. See this for yourself in a documentary video. If you would like to see this video on DVD, email us.

 

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