Learn how to guide your child towards reading by focusing on what really matters to build the reading network in the brain.
It’s NOT about pushing early academics on your preschooler! It’s about taking advantage of the optimal time to learn to read. During the preschool years, your child’s developing brain absorbs knowledge without conscious effort.
Through a sequence of activities that are appropriate for preschoolers (no apps, crafts or worksheets), you'll build pre-reading skills that gently pull your child towards reading.
Focusing on one concept at a time and doing it in the right order sets up your preschooler for success with learning to read.
The activities feel like games and require no handwriting. The focus is on exploration and repetition -- without needing to prepare new activities each week. Each activity in the sequence builds on what your child already knows and focuses on the skills needed to reach the next milestone.
Imagine how you'll feel when you know:
Instead of wasting time and energy trying to figure it out on your own, you can invest in training that shows you exactly how to set up your preschooler for success with reading.
I created The Playful Path to Reading™ because I know from my experience as a Montessori teacher that learning to read can be a joyful process of discovery and I want to show you how to make this happen for your child at home.