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Reading Eggs, online subscription service

Brought to you by Reading Eggs and Shabby Chic Boho.

If you have children between the ages of 3-13 years old, I have a subscription service to tell you about: Reading Eggs. As you would expect from the title, Reading Eggs is a reading subscription that includes reading games and activities. Before I forget, let me just say that Reading Eggs is currently offering a 4 week FREE trial to try their service (no credit card required, it really is free). You can expect to see an improvement in your child’s reading at the end of the free trial. What is so unique about Reading Eggs is that they make reading and learning FUN so kids don’t even realize they are learning instead of playing.

The weather here has been really dreadful this year. Abby caught the flu courtesy of her friend who unknowingly passed the virus on to her. While caring for Abby, I caught the flu as well. Then Abby then had croup and I had bronchitis. Abby now has bronchitis and I have pneumonia. So far, everyone else is fine and tired of me being sick {guess which 2 didn’t get their flu shot this year}. And trust me when I say that Abby at 6 years old, is tired of being sick and I’ll be the first to admit that I’m not any fun when I’m sick. Alyssa wants to play school and Abby doesn’t, Tyler wants to go to gamestop and neither Abby nor I feel like getting in a car and going anywhere. The “well” kids want to play and again, we don’t feel like it. I just want to crawl up in the bed until I’m well but the kids aren’t having it.

Reading Eggs to the rescue. I decided to put my free trial to work and both Alyssa and Tyler have been having FUN while Abby and I gripe and complain. I didn’t think I would be able to set everything up feeling like I do and having to sit up, but to my surprise, signing up was fast and easy (less than a minute folks). I just had to enter my email address and other info and click on the link they sent to activate my free trial. After that, I put the kids on the computer and they have been having the best time playing the games, listening to songs and earning rewards. I don’t even have to ask them if they want to get on Reading Eggs, they ask me if they can.

I wasn’t sure how the service would work with the different age ranges of the kids but Reading Eggs already thought of that and the kids were able to take a placement test and we went from there.

Wouldn’t you like the assurance that your kids are spending their time learning the ability to work productively towards self-directed goals? Sign up for your Reading Eggs 4 week FREE Trial today {offer valid from December 26, 2014 – February 28, 2015}.

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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of the Reading Eggs.

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