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RedApple Reading Program Review And Giveaway

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I don't know about you, but I'm always on the lookout for a great educational program for Lil Man. Even though he's only 3.5, I am still curious to see what's out there.

I was given the opportunity to review the RedApple Reading program, and I was an instant fan. Setting up a parent account was easy. After that was completed, you set up an account for your child. The child then logs in to reach his or her account. (Of course, the parent can log in and see progress reports and take care of administrative duties).

Since Lil Man is only 3.5, I logged in for him. At this point, a lot of the the reading program was a little more advanced for him. It is designed for children 4-9. But with my help he enjoyed it. And with more practice, I believe he will better understand the concepts. Each child of course develops at his own pace.

You can access the program through the computer, or apps. We preferred the app as it was easier for Lil Man to use. Here are a few screen shots.

As you can see, it's fun as well as educational. Pretty much, the child is learning as they are 'playing'. You too can give it a try. You can try before you buy, but one of you will win a trial membership. Simple enter the giveaway tool below. The giveaway ends at 4:00pm, EST, November 12, 2014. 

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


  1. I am just starting to look into educational computer programs/apps for my almost 4 year old and this one looks like a lot of fun!


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