Sunday, July 7, 2013

Children Learning Reading Teaching Children to Read!. - Giveaway - ONE LUCKY WINNER!!!

I Have the Awesome opportunity to bring you this Fabulous Giveaway and one that will really help you teach your children to read.

1 lucky winner will receive the Children Learning Reading  program (Retail value $49.95) They will receive it absolutely FREE!!!

remember this will be for 1 LUCKY WINNER!!!

I recently did a review on this product and program. You can view the review

Upon completion of this giveaway, The selected winner will have 24 hours to contact me back with their info. (Contact) and to claim their prize. Unfortunately if I do not hear back from the winner within that time. I will unfortunately have to choose another winner and I do not want to have to do so.

Saving with Heidi is not responsible for prize shipment or fulfillment.  You can enter on the Rafflecopter form below.

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  1. Most of my grandchildren do very well & are advanced readers but we do have one that struggles a little. He was a preemie & we're starting to think maybe there is some dyslexia going on. He reads, but gets frustrated easily.

  2. We are just starting to teach our son to read and he is just too distracted to sit and learn.

  3. My 6 yr old is reading at a 2nd grade level, but her sister is having a bit of a harder time than she was. It is my 3 yr old that I am more concerned about, but she is young yet.

    1. KewKew - I saw your comment on another reading type program that I reviewed back in June. The review I gave was my honest feeling, experience and opinion based upon my experience. I also do not feel it was right or appropriate for you to come on and write a whole dissertation about it and coming off and making me feel like a idiot for giving my opinion and review on the other previous program just because I was truthful based on my experience and because you did not agree. And as far as advancing I was not speaking to advancing on or to another grade level I was meaning advancing to the next part of the program to use.

  4. What a great opportunity! I have a new first grader this year and a 1 year old, this program could get some serious use here! :) Thanks for the chance!