No one wants their child to struggle with reading, and that is why we are providing this reading program. Even if a struggling child makes it to the next grade, they most likely continue struggling as the bar is set higher and higher each year. This Free Online Reading Program is a nonprofit 501c3 under the direction of GOT Publishing Inc. We strive to provide the highest possible quality for no cost to you.
The Choice is Yours
Parents have three choices:
One: be proactive. Use this program and make reading fun.
Two: wait until there is a problem, and scramble to fix it.
Three: do nothing and hope for the best.
Because you are reading this, you are proactive. Today, we choose to do the right thing.
GOT Publication’s mission is to prepare preschool children for kindergarten by providing a free high-quality reading program.
We value knowledge over personal gain.
We give today so that humanity flourishes in the future.
The online platform is ideal for kids.
Knowledge is power. Parents use the Free Online Reading Program to partner with their child’s learning experience. Every parent knows the frustration of helping their children with homework. The Free Online Reading Program is the next best thing to having a live-in reading coach.
Our concept is simple: Make learning fun.
Our four picture books, which help preschool children develop a love of reading, is our first stop in this program. Each picture book is accompanied by an exciting adventure video related to the story. Each section ends with a comprehension quiz. The digital picture books are free. Physical copies of the books can be purchased if desired. Book purchases are used to fund operating expenses only.
Next, children learn the upper and lowercase letters of the alphabet. After they successfully complete the ABC assessment, they are free to move on to the next lesson: Letter Sounds. Children are exposed to the sounds letters make as well as blending sounds to sound out words.
Each lesson is accompanied by the recorded sounds of the letters and words needed to read the phonics readers. Children and parents have the right pronunciation throughout the program. We then expose the students to phrases, which are also accompanied by their corresponding sound recordings. Finally, everything comes together in an illustrated phonics reader, reinforcing everything the student has studied.
Parents are provided with a copy of the Common Core requirements for kindergarten, allowing them to monitor their child for strength and weakness in specific areas. Successfully completing the four picture books, comprehension exercises, phonics lessons, 20 phonics readers, and quizzes will provide a strong foundation for children entering kindergarten.
Dawn Fitzpatrick (Editor), James Kovic (Assistant Editor), James East (Music)
Brett Stokes (Art), Emily Banghart (Digital Art), Arlene Yates (Content Creator), Bob Summers (Music)
Jack Kovic (Design), Sharon Marshal (Props), Jo Anne Saunders (Producer)