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"Teaching Your child to read in 100 easy lessons" by Siegfried Engelmann It really works!
  • We own that, too! Good stuff.

  • Yes! We love that book!

  • I'm on kids #3 and #4 using it.

  • pomverte 261w ago

    I am so appreciative! 💙

  • jon_bliss 261w ago

    Ooh. Need to try that.

  • I've heard about this.

  • mollymari 261w ago

    Oh my goodness that blankie is BEAUTIFUL!!

  • We have that!

  • lorirad 261w ago

    Used that on 5 out of my 6 :) although we moved on to real books before the 100 lessons were up!

  • cyvonne 261w ago

    @julieleak You need this!

  • Amen!! Kid tested 3x over in this house!!

  • I have that book! Just haven't tried it yet!

  • manesseh 261w ago

    I'm using that book, as well! Love it!

  • Yep using that one over here too!

  • I'm on my third kiddo with this book!

  • Great book. Taught my two oldest to read with it.

  • kathobi 261w ago

    I bought two for our now 11 & 8 year olds, but they'd already started on another system and I didn't want to confuse them. I'll use them on our almost 4 & 19 month old when they're ready. :)

  • @mollymari thanks cute girl, I got it at @joy_prouty 's sale a while ago.

  • @houseinhabit good or bad?

  • Good!

  • Haha that is the book from which my mom taught me to read. I love homeschooling. And as always, perfect shot

  • 💙your homeschool pics make me so excited about homeschooling!!!

  • It worked like a charm 22 years ago when one of my daughters was 5 ❤It's the ticket!

  • catters 261w ago

    We use it too! My son loves it!

  • Some one else I know used that book and loved it. Do you think 3 years old is too early to do it? Would love to get my son started young and he already loves reading.

  • tymjean 261w ago

    Homeschooling seems so nuch fun!

  • Oh wow, that is a beautiful blanket. I will have to remember that. My Addie girl is three but loves books and will probably read early.

  • @bethstedman I myself was reading alone in preschool at age 3.5, so I don't think it's ever too early to try!

  • Used that to learn to read ☺

  • glitagrrl 261w ago

    I live in An English speaking country but teach my children my mother tongue, looking at this book inspired me to teach them to read at home before learning to read English. I have just discovered why it is impossible to find book such as the one you have in my language. Homeschooling is ILEGAL in Brazil! And the parents can be done for "negligence and intellectual abandon" 😣😢😡 upsetting news.

  • @glitagrrl that is soooo sad and insane!! If they ever outlawed homeschooling where we lived, I believe we would leave a move to where we had that liberty. So sorry to hear that!

  • glitagrrl 261w ago

    Another reason to be thankful that you have that freedom!! 😃

  • Awe! We have this too!!

  • We used it with ours.

  • jennuary 260w ago

    I love this book! We use it here, too. @glitagrrl That is maddening! I hope you find a way to teach your children, anyway. A move, perhaps? Possibly you have friends or family in another country who could order the books you want and ship them to you?

  • glitagrrl 260w ago

    Thanks for the well wishes. @jennuary I actually live in Australia where it's legal but wanted to teach my sons to read and write in Portuguese...

  • jennuary 260w ago

    @glitagrrl Ohh, gotcha. That stinks. But don't give up. You probably could make up some pages of your own on a computer. It doesn't have to be anything fancy. I would love for my children to be bilingual, but each has their own interest and I am having a very hard time keeping up with German and American Sign Language and Spanish all simultaneously! 😳 Especially when the only language I know fluently is English. 😉

  • Ever since you post the first picture of this afghan, it stole my heart. I have looked far and wide through books and the net to find a pattern even similar, with no luck. If, by any bit of fate you ever decide it needs a new home, I would love to give it that home!!! My husband would be grateful, I think I am driving him nuts, lol. 💙💙💙

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