The Montessori Reading Program
The key to learning how to read
Testimonials
What Parents and 
Teachers think of the Montessori 
Reading Program

"My child started with the Montessori Reading Program when she was three. As her concentration span was very short, we used the first booklets once or twice a day for no more than five to ten minutes. Before her fourth birthday Chloe started reading sentence books and though at such a young age she didn't really know she was learning to read, something made her feel proud. What I like most about the Montessori Reading Program is that we both enjoy it."
 
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"I got worried when my son was in year two and still could not read. The easy readers he brought home had one sentence on one page and a picture on the opposite page. I noticed that most of the times he was guessing after seeing the picture.
When he started with the Montessori Reading Program he had to start from scratch, but Joseph did not flounder any more. Everything he learnt made him confident and I never forget the smile on his face when he read his first story book - without guessing!"

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"I am a grade one teacher and was unhappy about the children's poor reading results. When our principal told us about a newly published reading program I was keen to find out more about it.
What struck me most about
the Montessori Reading Program was the logical sequence of the booklets, from letter sounds to phonetic words and sight words. Already in level one the children have a choice of 60 sentence and story books to take home which they are able to read."

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"James goes to a pre-school where they use the the Montessori Reading Program. He brings a reading book home every day and will not only read it to us but every visitor has to listen,too. He is getting keener as he goes along and we noticed that each book he brings home is almost tailor made, not too easy and and not too difficult. We are thrilled that he is learning in such an enjoyable way."

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"When Evie's friends come over they always want her to read stories to them. She is not pretending to be a story reader. At five she can read fluently. She started with
the Montessori Reading Program when she was three and had done all four levels in less than two years."

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"I have to admit that I am very ambitious for my child. Don't get me wrong, I don't push her into things. I want her to play and enjoy herself, of course, but I thought what's wrong with learning as well, especially as a child can start
the Montessori Reading Program as young as two years.
I thought there is no harm in trying it out. I was looking forward to doing that little bit every day. My child did not mind. Actually she read the booklets willingly. The four colourful boxes on the shelf are my pride and joy.
Soon we'll reach a milestone when Callie will be able to read her first sentences and don't forget she is only three."

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"Morgan went to a Montessori School where they used
the Montessori Reading Program. He started at three, every day bringing a reader home from day one. He wasn't overly keen, but as the booklets were so short he did not mind reading them. Now at four he is reading and when I say reading, I mean reading fluently. Having gone through the four levels of the Montessori Reading Program he now attempts to read anything."

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"Ethan looks so tiny. Well, he just turned three. In his case he is not much interested in anything else but reading. Having learnt the letter sounds in no time, he started reading phonetic three letter words. To everyone's surprise he read them fluently straight away and demanded sight words, which he had seen other children use.
His mum, a teacher herself, is shaking her head in amazement. Unfortunately, he is leaving his school, but his mum will continue with
the Montessori Reading Program."                         



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