Is your child a reluctant reader? Does he find reading a big strain? Does he/she fumble with words and sentences while reading? Does he avoid reading aloud? Is she shy of reading? Well if your child is exhibiting any one or more of these very natural symptoms, then this course can do wonders for your child. Majority of modern children show weak reading skills in early childhood. Others exhibit aversion to reading. Most fumble while reading even beyond the appropriate age. These symptoms are collateral effects of premature overexpose of children to mobile phones and video games and other types of obsessions. These symptoms may be also early signs of acquired Dyslexia. If your child or student is exhibiting any of these symptoms, then you are at the right place. Fortunately, by using right techniques, children can be helped by parents and teachers to overcome reading challenges by using the simple and effective practical tools given in this course. Just watch the magical response of your child through consistent and targeted practice. Developing your child’s reading skills early and well has multiple benefits and is the key to your child’s academic future. The videos in this course will provide you with tools that you can effectively use to develop reading skills of such children. Ideally these should be applied in early childhood for best outcomes. Reading is a key skill for learning and is at the heart of education. Below are some of the many advantages of developing early reading ability in your child. Neurological Reading helps to develop a young child’s brain. In the first six years, children learn at a much faster pace than at any other time in their livesEducationalReading opens the door to your child’s early academic success, imparts a love of learning and leads to higher grades in every subject. Numerous studies have shown that strong oral language skills are the basis for literacy development. PsychologicalA child who learns to read joyfully at home, at an early age, with a loving parent or caregiver, grows in self-confidence and independence. SocialEarly readers have the opportunity to relate to their peers on a more confident, more competent level as they are already being recognized for their superior accomplishments. LinguisticChildren who can read independently and early have more opportunities to encounter the written word. The sooner children learn how to read, the more books, knowledge, and ideas they will be exposed to.