Press Release (ePRNews.com) - CULPEPER, Va. - Feb 21, 2017 - Mary Follin, author and mother of two, has developed a simple, online reading program for parents to use at home. A straight-forward, six-step approach, Teach Your Child to Read takes only 5 minutes a day and operates on a desktop, laptop, or tablet.
“I started my career as a systems engineer,” says Mary Follin, “and in that capacity, I had the opportunity to write software manuals. I know how to guide a user from one step to the next. Phonics isn’t hard, but a step-by-step program is critical.”
Mary created the program for parents who are having a hard time finding an easy—and affordable—program for teaching reading with phonics. “When my kids were little, I had to make my own flashcards and storybooks in order to teach my children to read before they started school,” she says. “By putting Teach Your Child to Read online, I intend to make these tools available to other parents as well.”
Teach Your Child to Read was designed for ease-of-use. The program is self-explanatory and guides Mom, Dad, Grandma or Grandpa through each lesson sequentially. No guesswork, no confusion. In six comprehensive steps, a parent can teach his or her child to read.
The program was also meant to address the hectic schedules of today’s family. Each lesson takes 5 minutes or less and can be used on-the-go. A critical component of the program is that parents work with their children, rather than planting them in front of a screen. Working together creates a timeless experience, treasured by parents and children alike.
Teach Your Child to Read is for parents who want to make sure their children grow into confident students, and is being released at an introductory price of $35. Families may try it free during a 7-day trial period.
Parents and teachers who want more information about Teach Your Child to Read can contact:
ABOUT MARY FOLLIN
Mary Follin is an author based in the Washington, DC area. Her middle-grade novel, ETHYR, made the shortlist for the 2016 Gertrude Warner Book Award and is scheduled to release this spring. Source :
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