The title of this post can be a shock to some people. A toddler reading is an abnormal concept to many humans.

This can be a normal concept for any child who likes to play, explore, and learn. It is not reserved for children who we think are geniuses. All kids are born creative geniuses. We just have to find playful ways to foster their curiosity.

My son, Cory, started spelling and reading at 21 months through play. While running errands in stores with me as a one-year-old, Cory would identify letters, numbers, and read three and four letter words on signs.

Parents would approach me and ask if he was really reading. Of course I would reply by saying “yes”. Their next question would be, “How is he doing this?”

I could have talked with them for an hour telling them how he learned through toys, singing, dancing, acting, playing outside, and reading.

Below is video of my son at 25 months reading a book to me just before bedtime.


This is why I have created the FREE Mini Course: Strategies to Teach Your Toddler to Read Through Play. It gives you strategies to make reading fun, natural, and stress free for you and your child. This includes some of the techniques I used with my son to expose him to words, reading, and reading comprehension in a fun way. 

This training is a four-part series. Below is what you will learn in the first video…

  • The learning system I used to teach my son to read.
  • How I address the objections people have about teaching a child to read as a toddler.
  • The one mistake parents make when reading to their child.
  • And so much more!

By the end of this video, you will know how to read aloud to your child in a way that creates meaning and connection! This will strengthen your child’s reading comprehension skills faster!

In the second video you will learn about the One Million Gap and How to Beat it!

In the third video, I will reveal the 10 Components Needed to Teach Reading in a Fun Way!

The fourth video reveals how to take your child’s learning and reading to the next level. You will also see my son spelling at 21 months and reading on a third grade level as a three-year-old.

Watch the BONUS video below with fun tips to expose babies and toddlers to words and reading.

Complete the form below to access the FREE Mini Course: Strategies to Teach Your Toddler to Read Through Play

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12 thoughts on “FREE Mini Course: Teach Your Toddler to Read Through PLAY

    1. Thank you for your comment. I love to hear that kids are avid readers. Great job mom!

      1. I’ve been searching high and low to connect with parents of gifted children. I’m lost and looking for some direction and you may be the person that can help. My son is 20 months and has been reading multi syllable words since 15 months. I’m looking for new things and strategies to teach him but I’m kind of at a stand still. I see your son was doing math and multiplication by 3. Any resources you can direct me to or activities that you did with him? I would greatly appreciate any direction.

      2. Hello Shawn. Thank you for your comment. I think you would benefit from reading my three books, Teach Your Toddler to Read Through Play, Fun and Easy Ways To Teach Your Toddler To Write, and Teaching Mathematics in Early Childhood. All the books are available on Amazon and have fun activities you can do with your gifted son. Here is a link to our store where you will see our books and online courses.

    1. No problem! Thank you so much for your comment Heather. I love that your kids love to read!

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