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Review: Brightly and Mad Libs

As parents we want our children to do one thing and that is succeed. As babies you nurture them to make sure they get fed, changed and loved as toddlers you make sure they understand certain principles such as brushing their teeth, using the potty. Come school age you want to help them grow academically. You want your child to be better than you. I have a 4-year-old and a 6-year-old so when chosen to review Brightly. Brightly teaches your child how to read.

Book Review: Brightly and Mad Libs

Book Review: Brightly and Mad Libs

What is Brightly?
At Brightly, we believe reading has the power to change lives. But we also know how hard it can be to connect kids with the right books at the right time, and keep them engaged with reading as they grow. We want to make it a little easier, and a lot more fun, to raise children who love to read. Brightly offers book recommendations from all publishers for every age and stage, reading tips, author essays.

Book Review: Brightly and Mad Libs

My son is 6 years old and he finds this as a fun opportunity to further his reading and learn more about nouns, verbs, adverbs and exclamation points.

I recommend Brightly as a parent who wants to help your child further along.

They also have the Brightly and Mega Pack of Mad Libs for kids find out more below: