I get it. Virtual learning can feel impersonal and ineffective.

Maybe you still have PTSD from asynchronous learning.

That's why Creative Reading Adventures does things differently.

Get your child to love to read

I engage your child using research-based reading strategies to help busy moms like you take the frustration out of reading with your child.

While somehow it seems like reading clicks for every other child, you're stuck wondering if your child will ever learn to read.

^The answer is YES,
with a little help from your favorite reading consultant (that’s me!).

I’m on a mission to help moms foster a love of reading in their homes.

Are you ready to take a reading adventure together?

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fun in your home!

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  • “The activities are simple enough that parents will not have to stress over how to fit them into their day. In fact, I predict that these activities will prevent the “I’m bored” whining that inevitably occurs in the summer. The adventures are incredibly actionable, making them consistent with kids’ desire for engagement and movement. Kids will ask to do these activities because they’re fun, not even realizing that they’re also improving their reading skills.” 

    – Rachel Bailey, mom of 2, Parenting Specialist
  • “This ebook places the parents in a more confident role in regards to reading and that’s important. Kim provides you with just enough information on reading skills and phonics that parents can use this as a starting point to get involved and really nurture their children’s reading habits.”

    -Suzy Malarcher, teacher, mom of 3, owner of Sparkle Strands
  • “I LOVED that it was so independent. {My daughter} did everything on her own except printing, which was easy. She really learned facts and told us all about sloths at dinner each night. She got right off the call today and went to create her presentation for Friday. She is way into it!”

    -Megan Flatt, mom of 2, owner of Let’s Collective