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Friday, July 19, 2013

Reading Kingdom Giveaway

It is summer and we have another education oriented giveaway. This place sounds intriguing and worth the look. Enter the giveaway for your chance for a four month subscription. Enter before 8/2. Good luck.
Enter to win a 4 month subscription to Reading Kingdom, ends 8/2.

Welcome to the Reading Kingdom Giveaway!  
Hosted by:  Momma Lew's Blog 
Sponsored By:  The Reading Kingdom

The Reading Kingdom is an online English Language Arts program that uses effective and innovating techniques to teach students, ages 4 to 10  years old, how to read and write to a third grade level.


Find out more about The Reading Kingdom software by reading Momma Lew's review HERE.

The Reading Kingdom would like to give away a 4-month subscription to one lucky reader!  
Giveaway is open worldwide, 18+.
Giveaway begins midnight EST 7/19 and ends at midnight on 8/2.
To enter, follow the steps via the rafflecopter below.  
Thank you for entering & good luck!

Disclosure: Java John Z's is not responsible for prize. If you have any questions about this giveaway please send an email to Momma Lew's Blog at reesann723@yahoo.com. All entries are optional, if you do any of the tasks you can collect the entries, but if the winner task is a task you did not complete, a second winner will be chosen. Winner has 48 hours to respond by email to claim prize or a second winner will be chosen.

6 comments:

  1. I try to follow up with a real life experience to help them connect with what they read.

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  2. I try to make everything an adventure and encourage lots of independent child-led learning. If he thinks it is his idea to learn things, there is hardly ever a fight! :)

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  3. Mostly we play games together that are for 'learning' but we make it fun by talking about it and doing it together the first few times. It is nice to see her doing things by herself later that she learned just by watching, too. Kids pick up on things FAST!

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  4. Let them learn what they are interested in and it usually works very well! And lots of games that incorporate counting, reading, etc. Also if you act like something is fun/exciting they will feel that way, if you act like it's a chore they'll see it as a chore. :) That is especially true with littler kids! Name in RC is Lynda Thomas

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  5. My trying to turn it into something they want to do as opposed to have to do. I also set obtainable goals that have rewards.

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  6. Try to introduce them to lots of new things

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