“It is unfortunate I started one lesson and we are now closed for at least 2 weeks because of Covid. I really have enjoyed all the material that came with the program and I think this will be a great source when I am able to use it fully.”
“If you don’t have a cd DVD player you can’t use disc. My son was not interested in any way”
Posted 3 months ago
Hello! We have our music available on many digital platforms. You can download the Learning Dynamics app or find out music on our YouTube channel, SoundCloud or at 4WeeksToRead.com to stream or download.
“We are still working through the program. My kiddo knows almost all the sounds thanks to the songs and really loves coloring the pictures in the workout! I do wish there were more guidance on blending sounds however.”
Posted 3 months ago
Thank you for your feedback, Colby! Be sure to check out our YouTube channel for more help on blending.
“I am very happy with this program! It provides parents with a great strategy for teaching their kids to read. It also meets the kids at their level, starting very simple and slowly building on the skills they have learned. I highly recommend this to anyone wanting to work with their child on improving their reading skills in a positive, stress-free, and effective way.”
“What a FANTASTIC program!! I don’t leave reviews often but in just 5 weeks (3 days/week, 10-20 mins/day) my almost 4yr old has gone from not knowing his letter sounds to sounding out 3-4 letter words. The program engages through audio, visual and tactile elements and includes learning developmentally appropriate books to accompany the lessons. I LOVE that it is phonics based (vs relying heavily on sight words) and requires no screen time. My kiddo loves the rewards system that it comes with... I can’t wait to see what the next 4 weeks look like for him but wow what success he’s off to!!!”
“I’m happy with the program all except book #5. Ham and ham, I can’t believe you’re company would think it was ok to have a body shaming book for the children to read. This is not Acceptable. It is a book about a cat who eats ham and jam and then gets fat. He then becomes sad so he exercises and gets skinny and then is happy again. I am Dumbfounded that any person would think that this was acceptable to install into our young children to believe that being a person of larger size is something to be ashamed of. And that we can only be happy if we are skinny. I would hope that Your company would look into removing this book from the series thank you very much”
Posted 4 months ago
Thank you for your feedback, Elizabeth! We will look into this.
“I have 6 year old daughter. She likes to be read to daily but struggles to read on her own.The second half of Kindergarten was online via zoom due to the pandemic. Then first grade started via zoom and they expected her to read at a level that I felt was missed due to online school.. not blaming teachers but you can only hold a child's attention for so long via zoom before they decide that they're DONE. saw a commercial on TV and its my best investment yet. You can download the app with the songs and lessons. My daughter calls is mama and daughter time she even points to box and ask if its time. Its the best investment she's eager to read and its reading at a better flow. Whoever came up with this knew how to capture and keep your child's attention. If you're thinking don't hesitate.. just do it. I've told all my family members about it!”
“I wish that there was a little video clip of to go along with the alphabet song. She lives the flash cards but it would be nice to alternate between flashcards and the flashcard being on the phone as we sing the song. We truly enjoy this program.”