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Hi Ladies!
Reason for starting this discussion:
I am looking for active reviewers and bloggers with children between the ages of 3-7 to get a priceless opportunity! I hope to spread the word about what you all are doing and hope
you will do the same for me. We are all interested in growing our
followers and having meaningful experiences which will in turn help us
all avoid pitfalls of this overwhelming online media.
Any takers?
I would love anyone interested to review Stepping Stones Together at http://www.steppingstonestogether.com. Stepping Stones Together is a motivating and fun beginning reading
program for children between the ages of 3-7 ( depending on when they
are ready to read).

 A little about why I developed Stepping Stones Together
I developed it because I could not find a product out there to teach my little girl, who had completed Kindergarten unable to read, a program
that motivated her to begin the process. My background is in
educational research so I decided to develop a meaningful research
based resources for other parents out there looking to teach their
children to read in 15 minutes a day in 60 days.

Contact
Please reach out to me at eburton@steppingstonestogether.com if interested!
I look forward to hearing from you!
Erika Burton, Ph.D.

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