SOURCE: Teach Your Baby to Read

March 29, 2006 19:07 ET

New Reading Lessons, Animated Picture Words, Enable Toddlers to Help Read Stories

EL PASO, TX -- (MARKET WIRE) -- March 29, 2006 -- "A new way to teach reading, Animated Picture Words, enables toddlers to help read story books (bright one-year-old babies can help, too)," claims Professor Hot Dog of the free website, www.RaiseIQ.org. "An Animated Picture Word is learned almost effortlessly," says the Professor.

"Why?"

"Because the animation turns the word into a picture.

"Even ten-month-old babies easily learn to pick out a picture of themselves from pictures of good things to eat. It's almost as easy for them to read my Word-Pictures. Two-year-old toddlers almost teach themselves to read. They can even read story books written in picture words. Super-easy words make super-easy stories."

But Professor Hot Dog is indignantly disputed by the human, more conservative teachers at www.RaiseIQ.org. "Stories! Two-year-olds can't read stories," protest the humans. "Never have been able to. Never will be able to."

"Let the toddlers of the world decide about reading stories," answers the Professor. "I invite the mothers of all 20 to 30 million English-speaking toddlers to go to my free websites, www.RaiseIQ.org and www.IncreaseIQ.com, and try my super-easy picture-stories written in super-easy picture-words."

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Professor Hot Dog: Phone 915-532-8494
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    Phone 915-532-8494