BrillKids Should be a Household Name

THIS MESSAGE CAN CHANGE YOUR CHILD’S LIFE:
Did you know you can teach your baby, toddler, or preschooler to read?
YES, babies can REALLY READ!
Not “just memorization,” but over time babies can truly learn to decode new words! I began teaching my son to read as a toddler. He is now 6 years old and reads TWO GRADE LEVELS above his peers. Studies have shown that kids who START out ahead, STAY ahead! Best of all, teaching him to read was easy, fun, and he now absolutely LOVES to read independently!
In as little as FIVE MINUTES PER DAY, you too can get your child started on the path to early literacy. Check out this free two week trial for a revolutionary EARLY LITERACY SOFTWARE, no credit card required, to see how fun it is to teach your baby to read.  These methods have been used successfully WORLD WIDE for over 50 YEARS. Ever wonder how some kids are just “genius kids?” Well, here’s how!
EARLY LITERACY SOFTWARE TWO WEEK FREE TRIAL: http://www.brillkids.com/ra.php?21929
From this link you can also:
·         Click the BRILLBABY TAB to download a FREE “Teaching your Baby to Read” E-book posted at the bottom of the page
·         From the BRILLBABY TAB, select TEACHING BABY to learn the 8 MYTHS OF EARLY READING

·         Click the FORUM TAB to post your questions and learn from the insight and experiences of
60,000 EARLY LEARNING PARENTS who are teaching their babies to read!
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Still not convinced? Check out this recent article in Psychology Today written by famed literacy expert Dr. Richard Gentry.
The most common remark I hear from other parents who have successfully taught their babies to read?  “I only wish I had known about this sooner!”   Give your child the gift of early literacy and download your free trial today!
Making other parents aware of the possibilities when it comes to early learning has become one of my passions! So if you have any questions about this please feel free to email me, or leave me a comment here. I love chatting to parents about teaching their little ones. 

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