List of Benefits
A child of three to six learns to read and write forming a solid foundation for future studies.
The phonetic approach used ensures a solid knowledge of spelling.
The student learns how to study.
Vocabulary is increased dramatically.
Second language students profit from addressing the vocabulary aspect which increases their comprehension.
Parents who have English as a second language can be confident that their child will excel in English.
The children enjoy the individual lessons.
One-on-one tutoring can address each child’s specific needs.
Tutoring raises certainty, confidence, and self-esteem.
The self-esteem they gain carries over to other subjects.
Anxiety is relieved concerning how to help your children.
Patience, understanding, and care allow a student to relax and enjoy the process.
Over thirty years of successful experience in tutoring makes a difference.
An older remedial student can get to the root of any trouble he is having.
A thorough understanding of the English language, including spelling, provides greater success in both school and life.
We find out exactly where a student is having trouble and remedy that problem.
Early reading ability makes a child independent.
Early success makes a love of learning in the future.
Twenty hours to learn to read and write for a preschooler or first grader. Sometimes as little as twelve hours will make a difference for the rest of that child's life.