Reading Eggs Literacy Program and IPad Giveaway (ends 2/7)

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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Reading Eggs.

Learning is an essential part of our home life. Because I home school my three oldest kids, I am always looking for ways to improve, and excite their learning experience. Literacy is important to me and my family because it’s the building blocks needed for my children to grow as individuals. Having been a teacher previous to being called “mommy” I have become very particular about those educational programs I present to my kids. Recently I had the opportunity to try out  Reading Eggs and I was blown away by how complete this program is, yet so simple to use. It has been aiding my children on their growth and development in Reading as well as Math!
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Not only does this program target the little ones in actually building on their foundation but it’s helping my older one soar with the program that is geared for later learners. This makes Reading egg one of the premier programs that not only focuses in on the early chapter of learning but helps them continue to build, engage and learn.

Reading Eggs makes learning to read interesting for kids, with great online reading games, activities and over 1000 eBooks online. Developed by a highly experienced team of educational teachers, writers and developers, the program focuses on a core reading curriculum of phonics and sight words using skills and strategies essential for sustained reading success.
Reading Eggs now has 120 big lessons. These 120 lessons are perfect for 3 to 7 year olds who are learning to read. Reading Eggspress is perfect for 7–8 year olds who already know the basics of reading but who still have much to learn about reading, writing, spelling and comprehension.

Reading Egg has a brand new Read- To- Cure Challenge from February 3-March 7th. Your Child can join thousands of children across the United  States take part in the Reading Eggs Read to cure Challenge. An  effort to inspired children to read while raising funds for The National Children’s Cancer Society. They realize their mission to improve the quality of life for children with cancer. The goal is to raise $25,000, and Reading Eggs will match every donation made up to this amount. All money raised will help provide financial, emotional and educational support for children and families battling childhood cancer. Learn more about the NCCS at

Children can sign up for a FREE 5 week trial of Reading Eggs. Then from February 3 to March 7 they are encouraged to complete as many books and Reading Eggs lessons as they can. Friends and family can sponsor their reading efforts, with all money raised going to the NCCS. What’s more, there are (6) great prizes up for grabs: (3) for the most money raised in the Read to Cure and (3) for the most books and lessons completed in the Read to Cure.



All My readers are eligible for a FREE five-week trial of Reading Eggs. No credit card required! So head over there right now and try this fantastic program out. As an added bonus One winner will be selected to receive one (1) iPad Mini valued at $299.99,

To enter the giveaway, entrants must register and activate the 5-week free trial on the Reading Eggs website between 1/20/2014 to 3/7/2014 with their name, child’s name and postal address so head over to the rafflecopter below to enter!



This is an amazing opportunity to try out this Fantastic program with your little ones and enter to win an iPad mini. Take this next step in helping your child love learning and give them the building blocks they need to excel!

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Disclosure: This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Reading Eggs. Conservamom is not responsible for prize fulfillment. Although I was compensated for post all opinions are 100% mine. This giveaway is in no way associated with FB, Twitter, Pinterest or any other social media outlet.

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1 Comment

  • Reply Mira Davis

    looks like an awesome program

    February 4, 2014 at 10:03 pm
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