Here’s what our Royal Road to Reading community has to say
A very authentic, no gimmick approach to guiding your children to reading mastery.
“The Royal Road to Reading is a very authentic, no gimmick approach to guiding your children to reading mastery. Adult involvement and activities that you can do anywhere make it a very realistic program for busy parents.”
– Suzi R., mother of 2 ½ year old and 5
We are amazed.
“We are amazed. After using the principles in this program, for the first time in our teaching careers, up to one-third of our children have started to read words, and it is only January.”
– Betty M. and Alice R, kindergarten
teachers with 25 years
of experience each
It has made all the difference.
“I can’t say enough about this reading instruction. It has made all the difference in the lives of the youngsters I have taught to read.”
—Chantal T., public school teacher
Children love it and want to work with the lessons over and over again!
“A beautiful program. The logical progression of games and activities allows children to build the necessary skills for reading. Children love it and want to work with the lessons over and over again.”
-Deborah C., preschool teacher
Filling a critical niche in early literacy instruction
“Your materials fill a critical niche in early literacy instruction that most programs are lacking.”
— Rosanne B., public school teacher
The children are eating it up
“You brought me a deeper and more expansive view of what can be done so easily…. Thanks again for the wonderful inspiration. The children are eating it up…my child did half of the matching cards and begged me to do more!”
—Richard C., Montessori school director,
A beautiful program
“A comprehensive program. The step-by-step instructions are extremely thorough and easy to follow. Children love it and repeat the lessons many times while they are learning the principle!”
— Rebecca K. prekindergarten teacher
After playing these games, they are finally reading
“I started using this and seeming miracles occurred. Children who had been stuck on their letters for a long time began learning them in one sitting. Techniques for training the ear to hear the sounds in words had been missing in our language curriculum. Some of our children hadn’t been able to bridge the gap. After playing these games, they are finally
– Kathryn H. Pre-K teacher