Let’s Learn to Read with Rock ‘N Learn


I’m an avid reader and it just so happens that my husband is as well. Let’s just say that we are so avid that every time one of our favorite authors publishes a new book, we have said book in hand on the day it is released, and it is read from cover to cover before we go to bed for the night. Reading it amazing! It allows us to escape, use our imagination, and gain a wealth of knowledge beyond our wildest dreams. If you haven’t read a good book recently, it’s time.

Reading is such an important part of our lives that when we got pregnant and had our baby shower, we asked people to bring us a copy of their favorite children’s book in lieu of other gifts. Needless to say, our daughter had a small library before she was born, and we’ve made reading an important part of her childhood. We often read books throughout the day and always at bedtime. I’m not sure which who enjoys it more; her or us. I’ll say it’s a tie but in my mind, I definitely enjoy it more. We snuggle down in her bed and head out on a new adventure. Magical!

As she got older, she started taking the books and “reading” them to me. She would look at the pictures and make up stories as she went. To say that I was impressed with her accuracy would be an understatement. Unfortunately, as she got a little older, she started to become frustrated with her inability to read. I explained that this would come in time, reassured her that her stories are amazing, and we have continued to read but I have been looking for a way to ease her into reading. I always want to support my daughter’s passions and if reading is one of them, I am all for it!    

Enter Let’s Learn to Read from Rock ‘N Learn.


Let’s Learn to Read is a series of 10 DVDs and optional activities that provide a fun way for kids to build reading skills, from beginners through second grade. Entertaining music, humorous characters, and engaging stories help learners stay focused. By covering phonics rules and sight words, this collection offers the best of both worlds. And it’s sequentially paced to work well with 80 free worksheets. Learners move on from one DVD to another, as they are ready.

Phonics skills include vowels, consonants, blends, digraphs, diphthongs, silent consonants, rule breakers, and more. Over 170 sight words help build speed and accuracy for the most common words used in children’s literature.

Aimed at children ages 4 through 7, Let’s Learn to Read introduces fun songs and humorous characters that help your little one build reading skills. I like that the run time of each session is 30-45 minutes as this is suitable for younger minds. We love the music, the stories, and the bonus worksheets that allow us to enjoy education at home in a relaxed, fun way, that doesn’t make my little one feel pressured.

Rock N Learn Let's Learn to Read

This 10 DVD Collection Includes:

  • Phonics for Beginners
  • First Sight Words
  • Phonics: Short Vowels, Consonants and CVC Words
  • Phonics: Double Consonants, Plurals and Blends
  • Sight Words
  • Phonics: Digraphs, Trigraphs and Silent E
  • Phonics: Long Vowels and R-Controlled Vowels
  • More Sight Words
  • Phonics: Diphthongs, Syllables and More
  • Phonics: Rule Breakers and Silent Consonants

If you would like to give your little one an early start to reading, Let’s Learn to Read is the fun way to learn!

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  1. Double Consonants, Plurals and Blends nis what we need to work on my son has a hard time with “th” and “ch”

  2. Right now my little one still just loves to look at the pictures, but he is becoming more and more adventurous and inventive. I think he would like to start reading soon.

  3. Debra Guillen on

    I like that the run time of each session is 30-45 minutes because it is hard for young children to focus for a long period of time.

  4. Kathy Detweiler on

    My granddaughter is a year and a half so I think the first sight word dvd would be perfect for her at this stage.

  5. This is perfect for my children! I love that it is for children ages 4-7 so both of my little ones can learn while watching it. The shorter sessions is so appealing as I know after 45 minutes they would lose interest. This looks so fun for them!

  6. Dorothy Boucher on

    Phonics for Beginners is definitely one that I would love to have for my
    granddaughter alyvia, These programs sounds wonderful..

  7. What a great collection for beginning readers! We are avid readers in our household as well, and it is so hard to watch my children struggle with something I love. As they are just starting Kindergarten, and their life-long reading journey they need lots of practice. This would be great for my twins, What we’re working on now is sight words, so the Sight Words dvd is a great starting point! Thank you for this giveaway opp!

  8. Julie Lundstrom on

    I love these learning to read DVD. I think these would really help build my son’s reading. I like the Sight words DVD the most.

  9. Jennifer Wexler on

    This seems like a great package of DVDs. I would be excited for my son to watch the beginners sight words video

  10. Holly Caulfield on

    These videos are AMAZING. Thanks for the chance to win. I have used these videos in my classroom and shared them with families and they’ve been a huge hit. Would so love to win this whole collection.

  11. My daughter also has a little library that I started putting together before she was born. I think we would start with the First Sight Words dvd and then move on to phonics. I can’t wait for her to start reading to me!

  12. I’d love to have my son watch these videos! A great head start. Love the First Sight Words!

  13. I just love this entire collection so much! I think that all 10 DVDs are critical to the learning to read process. I would start with the beginners DVD with my daughter first. It would be so awesome if this collection helped her learn as quickly as they say!

  14. Looks like very well organized and researched system. Most importantly thought it looks like fun for kids.

  15. Sherry Blamer on

    My daughter would love this. A great way to help your child to read and help a child who maybe knows how but still needs a little help.

  16. Patty Castillo on

    I like the First sight words. I think it is important to start teaching at an earlier age. First sight words starts teaching identifying pictures with words.

  17. One of my older children struggled with reading throughout elementary it was a very hard time for her. I would love to give my toddler a starting advantage and hopefully save him from the same struggle.
    I think the sight word starting young is so important so I am most excited about that.

  18. The first sight words sound do exciting to me. My grandson is just beginning to learn words and thus lesson would help him discover that letters (put together) make words.

  19. I’m excited for my daughter to watch Phonics for Beginners. I know a lot of adults who could benefit from a good Phonics lesson.

  20. Becky VanGinkel on

    My daughters are 5 and 2.. for our 2 year old I am excited to share Sight Words with her 🙂 For our 5 year old who is heading into Kindergarten this year, I am excited to share Phonics: Short Vowels, Consonants and CVC Words with her! She started reading a bit in 4K and has always been in love with books, so I think this would be a wonderful set for my daughters to share!! Our 5 year old loves to ‘read’ to our 2 year old.. putting together what she already knows and making up the rest along the way! lol

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  21. I like the fact that they aren’t long videos, they’re 30-45 minutes and I’m super excited about the First Site Words DVD!