Our reading readiness sessions are designed for Pre‑K/K/1st‑grade students. Early intervention is key to helping students develop foundational skills for reading and spelling. Also, many students show signs of dyslexia as early as pre-school and benefit from a multisensory, structured intervention designed just for them.
Our lessons focus on skills such as:
Oral Language Development
Sight Word Work
Comprehension (Developing Meta‑Cognition)
Becoming a skilled reader requires many different skills. For students who are able to decode, the next step is developing reading fluency and comprehension.
Weekly lessons focus on core skills that include
retelling, summarizing, and making inferences.
We also use Read Live to help students develop their reading fluency and stamina with high-interest and engaging stories. See how we incorporate Read Live into general tutoring or structured literacy/dyslexia therapy sessions to help students master all thier developing literacy skills in our blog post - Read Live: The Basics.
Multisensory Grammar and Written Composition
Writing is one of the most complex literacy skills.
Tutoring sessions will take the abstract idea of grammar and writing and make it concrete, understandable, and fun.
Sessions are tailored for each student's ability level, age, and grade. Grammar lessons cover the basic parts of speech and sentence construction.
As students are ready, they are introduced to paragraphing and core types of academic writing.