Additional practice in academics is sometimes crucial for mastery. We offer help in specific school subjects such as writing expression, comprehension, and study skills & organization.
Teaching writing has a positive impact on reading comprehension and reading fluency. Writing involves a complex process of using and coordinating various cognitive processes. Higher order components include planning, translating (drafting), reviewing and revising. Thus, a lot of students, especially those with disabilities, find the task challenging.
Handwriting promotes a child's visual memory, and poor visual memory is the most common reason students have difficulty reading.Mastering handwriting helps children recognize different letters quickly, thus helping them to become good readers.
Spelling is the ability to arrange letters in the correct order to make words that are communally understood. Spelling improves both reading and writing, and explicit, formal instruction is the most effective way to address it.
The purpose of reading is comprehension — getting meaning from written text. A major goal of reading comprehension instruction, therefore, is to help students develop the knowledge, skills, and experiences they must have if they are to become competent and enthusiastic readers.
Study Skills & Organization
Learning effective study strategies can reduce your child’s stress about school and improve their grades. Additionally, organization is a life skill. If taught early, kids will be better equipped to apply practical skills for the future. Whether it is time management, or the ability to plan and prioritize, these principles can be applied in many ways throughout school and beyond.