Teach Your Little One How to Read with Bookboard

This is a sponsored post.  As with all the products I blog about, I use them personally and opinions are my own, I was not influenced in any way by the compensation I received.

I have always enjoyed reading. I wasn’t great at reading, but I loved the possibilities that reading brought when you used your imagination.  I wanted to instilled that same passion in my children. Bookboard makes it easy!

About Bookboard: 

“Bookboard puts a limitless number of books within reach and makes it simple to find the right content for your child-no matter what they happen to be interested in this week. Bookboard adds a gaming element to reading. It combines our limitless supply of content with a little healthy competition and delivers the entire experience inside a delight-driven tablet that readers of all ages can control.  Bookboard readers develop confidence from their accomplishments and become self-motivated in their reading.”

You can get Bookboard subscription for just $4.99 a month (when buying a 6-month subscription) or $8.99 a month, if you decide to renovate it monthly.

Every subscription includes:

  • Unlimited reading & 400+ unlockable books
  • Audio books that read to your children
  • Offline storage to read books anywhere
  • Goals & achievements to encourage reading
  • Report of your child’s reading progress
  • Up to 4 child reader accounts
  • Parent’s portal

My Thoughts: 

Bookboard has a lot of great features. One of them is the fact they the kids can personalize their portals. You can add up to 4 profiles for kids. Which is perfect for me because I have three kids!  When children enter to their portal, they start off with a sampler of 25 books. The app lets you search by category and the books are sorted for reading levels, genre, user’s age and interests.  My favorite part about Bookboard is that it keeps track of my kids reading progress, providing suggested reading based on their preferences, and unlocking a new book when they’ve finished the book they are currently reading. I like to know how my kids are doing. So of course I am in love with the Parent’s portal. It gives me a detailed progress report. Which includes the time my kids spent reading books, how many books and pages they have read and how many books have been unlocked. Parent’s panel also lets you manage the books kids can read and you can unlock or hide books if needed. Overall I am in love with Bookboard. It’s portable, affordable, educational, and easy to use. Most importantly my kids enjoy using it.

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  1. Sounds like something I might be interested in but I would much prefer not to pay to do it. Right now we have a great book collection and I can go to the library and borrow books as well. Wish it was free. 🙁

  2. These look like they would really encourage kids to want to learn. I have 2 that are in the process. I’ll have to check this out!

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