New Content Packs for Little Reader!

BrillKids‘ award-winning reading system, Little Reader, now has new content packs. If you’ve already have Little Reader, you will know what a terrific early learning program it is. If you haven’t, you can read more about it here:

Little Reader is available with one year’s curriculum. Once you have completed the curriculum on Little Reader, you can either make your own Little Reader lessons or download lessons that have been made by other parents from the Little Reader Library.

Recently, BrillKid’s launched two new content packs for Little Reader:

  • Animals and their Homes
  • Things at Home

This is the first of more to come so if you’ve been feeling lazy about making your own Little Reader files – stay tuned! Meanwhile, here is what the two new content packs contain:

Animals and their Homes

Includes 69 words split across these categories:

  • Common Dogs 1
  • Common Dogs 2
  • The Cat Family
  • Bears
  • Animal Homes 1
  • Animal Homes 2
  • Baby Animals 1
  • Baby Animals 2

Available for $14.99.

Things at Home

Includes 87 words split across these categories:

  • Kitchen 1
  • Kitchen 2
  • Cleaning
  • Bathroom 1
  • Bathroom 2
  • Electricals 1
  • Electricals 2
  • Electricals 3
  • Parts of the House 2

Available for $8.99.

Visit the BrillKids Online store. Use this coupon code to get 10% off all purchases: BKAFF36716.

We will also be producing more Little Reader flash cards (click the link to see the titles available currently). Our lofty goal is 14000 flash cards for Little Reader (of which we currently have about 2000 available). You can use them for teaching general knowledge and/or for Shichida Speed Play. Sign up for our newsletter to be notified whenever new flash cards are released (you will also receive free right brain materials, blog updates, noteworthy articles and resources on early childhood development). Thank you for supporting and reading Figur8!

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Shen-Li Shen-Li is a stay-home mum to two boys who have been the inspiration for her interest in early childhood development and early child education. She searches for the balance in child development methods and the educational philosophies that will enable the nurture of happy, confident and successful children. She shares her views and findings at Figur8.


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