Learning Success Review & Giveaway

Hello Everyone!

Teaching, as mentioned before, is my passion. It is not only what I want to spend my life doing, it is something I am excited to spend my life doing. I think that the future of our country is in our children. Every child deserves to have the opportunity to learn and to find their own passion. That being said I was really excited to look at this program called Learning Success


This is a course that is built for parents of children with learning disabilities.  Every day you get an e-mail with a lesson or activity to do with your child. The instructions are easy to follow so any parent can do them. You can get a 12 month, 6 month, or 3 month program depending on your child's needs.

I have watched the videos and looked at the worksheets and I honestly believe that these activities would be good for all young children. I firmly believe that the earlier the start with this stuff the better. As long as you don't take away a ton of play time I think it would be beneficial for all children to do. 


The description the website uses is this:


"The learning success program is a simple do-at-home program that will show you how to find the core problems and overcome them. Learning is made up of basic core skills. There are 16 of them in all. Typical learning difficulties are small weaknesses in a combination of two or three of these skills. Learning difficulties are categorized under a variety of names such as:
  • Dyslexia
  • Dyscalculia
  • Dysgraphia
  • ADD/ADHD

Each of these terms simply means that there is a weakness in two or more of these basic learning skills. But it doesn't define which. Once you get started in the course you'll quickly find the trouble spots. Once you do that your child will be on the path to learning success. You will learn simple exercises that strengthen the skills needed for successful learning. Modern scientific breakthroughs have discovered a number of methods for overcoming these problems. Once you do your child will actually enjoy homework."
She has 3 steps to success for your child: build up the fundamental skills of learning, build up confidence, and integrate body and mind. Now that is something every child can benefit from in my opinion!
As a teacher I highly recommend this programs to parents that feel their child has one of the above disabilities or even if you just want your child to get some extra work in. The activities are fun, quick, and rewarding!
The cool news is that I get to give away the course to a lucky reader! 
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I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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3 comments :

  1. No learning disability, but it is always good to have extra learning activities to do! :)

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  2. My son has Autism and some learning delays, his dad had learning disabilities too, his grandfather had Dyslexia. My daughter may or may not, she was ahead of where she should be, now she is in the bottom 15% of her Kindergarten. My whole family has ADD/ADHD

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    1. Wow that is so interesting. I bet this program could really help both your son and daughter!!

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