You heard that your child…
- is not living up to his potential.
- is smart but lazy.
- would do better if she just tried harder.
- understands stories she hears better than stories she reads.
- complains that reading is hard or boring.
- reads very slowly.
- loves to talk but hates to write.
- writes very slowly or very little.
- leaves out vowels, letters or whole syllables from words.
- writes with much simpler ideas and vocabulary than he speaks with.
- has trouble organizing writing.
- still uses her fingers to add or subtract simple numbers.
- gets a math concept one day and then loses it the next.
- performs adequately on simple math problems but falls apart on word problems.
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“For the first time ever, Tyler successfully read his grade level summer reading book. It was absolutely amazing…We all are so excited by Tyler’s discernible progress! I am so thrilled about his reading improvement.”
You have taken the time to teach to my certain learning style. You also happen to be the the Einstein of grammar and anything else related. Also for the first time in my life I enjoy learning because you make it fun for me. I wouldn’t be where I am now without your help. What Knowledge you have given me I will remember for the rest of my life.