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We all have books that our kids love to read over and over and over and over again. Am I right? You try to skip a few pages because you have read that book hundreds of times. That doesn’t make us horrible parents. We all want our kids to read, right? There are tools you can use to help spark your kids interest in reading.Spark Your Kids Interest in Reading With SparkUp Reader #spon

The SparkUp is a magical book reader. It will read any book to your child. I was skeptical at first too. I figured I’d need to go out and buy a whole new set of books that work with SparkUp. That isn’t the case.

Reading To Your Kids With SparkUp

It’s very easy to us the SparkUp. It comes with everything you need.

Spark Your Kids Interest in Reading With SparkUp Reader #spon

Once You have the SparkUp Reader, the first time you use it with any hardcover book, clip it to the book. Read the book as you normally do and turn the pages.

You’ll notice the reader flashes as you go to new pages. It is taking photos of the page so that when your child goes through the book on their own, the reader will know what page is it and which words to read (in your voice.)

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Anyone can record a book. you could send it to Grandma and Grandpa and they could record a few books and send it back. Have a parent overseas? This would be perfect.

This video shows how cool it really is.

So many of the other readers are all digital or you need to buy books that go with JUST their reader. The SparkUp uses the books you have in your collection. No need to buy new books.

I love it!! And I highly recommend the SparkUp reader if you have kids between the ages of 3-6. Those are the recommended ages, but I think that even when your kids are able to read, they sometimes like to hear the book read in Grandpa’s voice or an older sibling who might be away at college.

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Disclosure: I received the SparkUp Reader to review. All opinions and words are my own. No other compensation was received.

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