The Greatest Gift Of Literacy

Dated: 04/04/2015

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My 3.5 year old daughter is learning how to read now and I can't say enough good things about Kimber's Reading Express. The Dudley Ditties Read to Succeed educational app is helping her understand how to read different syllables, that kids usually struggle with when they just start learning: ee, oy, ay, er/ur/ir, ing. The app makes the learning fun and also allows to email/text the completion certificates to grandparents, friends, cousins etc., letting them know what the child has accomplished - they love that feature! It' s usually $5 in the app store but they are running a special promotion this weekend only, allowing FREE iPad download and 99 cent Android download.

Kimber's Reading express is rapidly growing now, opening reading summer camp locations in Westchester and NYC, in addition to Bergen County, NJ, hopefully soon in Rockland. More info on their web site:

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Julia Kushnir

I am a proud Nyack resident with over 10 years of experience in real estate. I developed a real passion for this industry when I got my first apartment at age 24, and since then have became the owner/....

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