being MVP: How to Make Learning to Read Fun + Download FREE Demo #RSKids #MC #sponsored

How to Make Learning to Read Fun + Download FREE Demo #RSKids #MC #sponsored

I participated in an Influencer Activation on behalf of Influence Central for Rosetta Stone. I received a product and a promotional item to thank me for participating.

My daughter has been learning how to read at preschool and is always excited to share new words with me. She is the type to get frustrated easily when she doesn't get it at the first try (according to her teachers). So I wanted to create an experience outside of school where she can learn while having fun with no pressure and great rewards. The Rosetta Stone Kids Reading Program is focused on children ages 3-7 in developing core literacy skills in an engaging and effective way.



The graphics are bright and colorful which is appealing to young children. Did you know that more than 47% of U.S. children are below grade-level reading? That is heartbreaking as I am a huge advocate for learning in general. As a parent, I need to make sure to help Kenzie with all aspects of her education as much as possible. She makes it easy, at almost 5 years old, because of her love to "study" after she comes home from school.


The learning activities are quite easy for Kenzie to follow and the prompts make it fun. There are various levels at each stage that one must complete before moving on. She was a pro and even Mason joined in on the fun. Praise goes a long way with a young child so every time she achieved a new level, we gave her the huge hurrah and encouraged more. 



Kenzie actually looks forward to going on the computer (she's asked for her own laptop!) and playing her learning games. It's amazing how the Rosetta Stone program seems like a game to her because of its interactive nature. Unlike some of my friends, I encourage technology for my children as long as there is some sort of educational component. I'm sure that notion will change once they hit middle/high school but since I am currently the influencer, my persuasion works. 

Are your children learning how to read? Or do you have a child who is hesitant about books? Download the FREE demo today and let me know what you think!



10 comments:

  1. This is wonderful. Making learning fun is always the best when it comes to kids.

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  2. Thankfully my daughter was an early reader and now at 7 reads chapter books so fast! Rosetta Stone is such a great brand and I'm glad to see there are products for kids! YAY!

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  3. Kids seem to react better with apps, and it is cool to see these types of learning tools for toddlers. My kids would have loved to have had that!

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  4. That is so cool that Rosetta Stone has a reading program to help with teaching your pre-schooler how to read. I think using this program combined with the skills kids learn in school will help create an amazing reader!

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  5. Shelby will be three in a couple months, I bet she would have fun playing this program and my older girls could help her. I will check it out!

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  6. I have seen this before. It is a really great program.

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  7. I've heard really good things about Rosetta Stone. With a granddaughter who turns five in January, I will be looking into this. Thanks :)

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  8. Sounds like a great program for my grandson! He's been interested in wanting to read so he would enjoy this.

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  9. This looks really great I am going to download the free option to try with my 5 year old who is beginning to learn.

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  10. I love all the online reading programs there are now! I also love that this has a free option. We subscribe to a couple of paid programs, but I'm going to have to check this one out. It would be great to have one we don't have to pay for.

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