Homeschool Reading Course
The solution to your homeschool reading questions.
Are you homeschooling a beginning or struggling reader?
It can be overwhelming to know where to start in choosing a homeschool reading curriculum for homeschool. As a parent, you know that reading is probably one of the most important subjects you will be teaching reading to your homeschooler. So it is important you have an effective, proven, homeschool program that assists you in teaching your child reading. Watch the video below to see how Reading Horizons At-Home solved Marianne's problems and how easy it can be for you.
Hear from a real homeschool parent, just like you!
How to Help Your Struggling Reader
Not all children learn to read at the same rate. You may notice a delay in how quickly your child is picking up on the reading skills you are trying to emphasis. Perhaps the general homeschool reading worksheets that come in your homeschool course just aren't cutting it, and your intuition tells you, your child needs a different approach to learning reading. Maybe you are homeschooling a child with dyslexia, and struggling to know how to be the expert on how to teach reading.
Whatever your circumstance, Reading Horizons At-Home can help. We have been turning struggling readers into successful readers for the past 30 years. Our patented method will be easy for your child to learn and easy for you to teach. Being a homeschool parent can be difficult; let Reading Horizons make your job easier.
How You Can Help Your Beginning Reader
You want your beginning reader to build foundation reading skills. As a parent you can also become invloved with your child's success by learning how to best teach those foundational skills, and here is how. Reading Horizons curriculum is designed to make you the family reading expert. Empower yourself with tools you can use to teach the logical rules of English to your child. Try the reading workshop for free to see what we mean.
How Can Reading Horizons Help?
Reading Horizons At-Home offers a highly effective homeschool solution. It is one that has been validated by many homeschoolers who have succeeded in teaching their children to read. Our Orton-Gillingham-based program provides you with the knowledge, support, and flexibility needed to help beginning and struggling readers master the reading skills needed for educational success.
Read the following reviews to see how Reading Horizons has helped homeschoolers like you teach their children to read:
Reading Horizons wins the prize here. A completely non-consumable, reasonably priced, and absolutely clutter-free program.
I have three kids with three VERY different personalities and strengths/weaknesses. The Reading Horizons Discovery At-Home program has worked well for all three of my kids. This program is by far the most flexible reading program I have ever used. The program not only teaches how to read but how to “see” the words.
I discovered Reading Horizons products during the summer of 2012—I learned to teach the program using the Free Parent Phonics Training. By the end of August, my son had been evaluated by a pediatric neuropsychologist and diagnosed with dyslexia. I wasn't the least bit worried, I already saw Reading Horizons making a difference!
What really surprised me is that how little instruction time [my 4-year old daughter] needs to really grasp a concept with [Reading Horizons] Discovery At-Home. [The program] really dissects reading into bite size pieces that are small enough for little learners to digest. I'm really looking forward to continuing with this program over the next year to see where it takes us.
While it took some time for us to get used to [Reading Horizons Discovery At-Home], we really like this program. It doesn’t just teach a child how to read. The program is designed to show kids how to decode words and know why something is pronounced or spelled the way it is.
My seven-year-old daughter was diagnosed with dyslexia in the summer of 2012. While it was clear to me that she needed intervention, I was unsure how to go about it. I had been homeschooling for ten years and taught two other children how to read successfully. Once hearing the word, dyslexia, I suddenly felt incompetent and unqualified to teach. When the only evidence of reading lessons is fallen tears on a dining room table, you will do whatever it takes to find a solution. Thankfully, Reading Horizons provided the tools to make teaching reading a reality. While our progress is slow, it is progress and that is more than we had before. My left-handed, dyslexic child may have everything backwards and upside down but in her zany way she emerges to be creative and intelligent, and sees the world in a way I envy. I did not want a program to stress this beautiful mind into making it believe it was malformed or inadequate. She simply had to adjust to how the rest of us relay thoughts through written words and not the colors and pictures that flood a dyslexic's mind. Reading Horizons does not feel like a crutch used to turn pages painfully but an instrument to turn pages naturally.
I LOVE how [my son] interacts with Reading Horizons! He jumps right in there to do his lesson and does very well with marking his blends and vowels. I was concerned that maybe there might not be enough to hold his interest, but he hasn’t had any problems sticking with it. The main thing is that he tries to sound out more words when he is reading outside of his lesson. He seems to have more of a desire to read, and I think this is because he is learning more phonics. I feel that Reading Horizons is a great option for older kids and adults who are struggling with their reading.