If you fear your child is behind in his reading, or you have a child that simply wants to get ahead…you don’t need to hire a tutor. Read Bright is the magic that gets him there.
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“The phone is ringing. So many parents are calling for reading tutoring,” says Darchei 1st grade teacher Mrs. Fisher.
But you don’t need that tutor. You can do it!
There are lots of you that are concerned about where your child is holding this year. Some children took well to the distance learning over the last few months of the school year, and some really did not. But there are not so many children who are up to where they could have been had they been able to finish the school year in a real classroom.
Except for the Read Bright kids. They’re flying.
“We use the Read Bright program at Darchei Torah. First, we piloted it with one class, and now all eight first grade classes are using it. Teachers are in love with the program. It really paces the kids and fill in any gaps that can come along the way. We’re really seeing the skills build, each one upon the next. Confident readers leave our first-grade class.”
It’s also an easy way for parents of Primary, First, and Second Graders to give their kids an advantage.
“It’s bright, kid-friend, and an engaging way for children to learn. It has all the components and clear instructions. Parents can really pick this up and give reading instructions to their children in a clear and engaging way. I used it for my own son at home. He’ll come in with more knowledge and that heads-up. Parents can take this on.”
Mrs Vogel, mother of four, used Read Bright to make sure her twins, going into Primary, knew their Aleph-Bais and she even started them on ABCs too. “It was a great source for them to learn their Aleph-Bais and they enjoyed it. They didn’t think it was homework. They all did it together and enjoyed it; they cut things out, they colored, used clay to shape letters…it was fun and they learned. I have a daughter going into kindergarten and she also did it with them and is now ahead going into the school year.”
Mrs. Vogel’s twins are ready for primary.
“There are lots of kids that were struggling this year. Read Bright is very clear. It’s not hard for the mother to do, it’s very easy.”
The Read Bright program is used in over 200 schools with tremendous success. “Once you get your feet wet with it, you realize you can’t teach any other way,” says Mrs. Fisher.
Which items do you need to give your child that reading advantage?