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StudyDog Adventures in Reading software is the perfect homeschool companion. Your child can learn to read at home faster than ever with our reading games, which are research-based and designed by experts.

The lessons adjust to and work with each child's individual needs. And they're fun! It's like having your own teacher's assistant at your fingertips.

Adventures in Reading covers all five key areas of reading comprehension to get your child on the road to reading success:

• Phonemic awareness
• Phonics
• Fluency
• Vocabulary
• Comprehension

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Why You Shouldn’t Teach Your Child to Read – And What Some Parents Are Doing Instead

by StudyDog Reading on 06-05-2014 at 02:06 PM
We all want our kids to be [URL=""]great readers[/URL] – and we spend lots of time looking for the best resources to help them learn.

But the other day, I was talking with a preschool teacher at Stanford’s Bing Nursery School. She gave me the best reading advice ever:

“Don’t teach your child to read. Raise a reader.”

Aha! So that is why some kids feel like reading is a painful, boring chore… and others

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