I'm so glad that you've decided to visit my page! There is quite a bit to look at so take your time and get to know me! I especially want to point out in the lower central box access to my Portal of Really Good Stuff! This is my online filing site of great websites, resources, parenting tips, and ideas for improving students reading skills. Please check it out! It includes a whole section of online "game sites" that have academic skills practiced.
Do you have a struggling reader? There are several links to sites for audio processing, visual processing, and other resources. Parents, if you don't know where to begin, start here!
Please feel free to contact me by email any time. I work with students every day so please give me 24 hours to respond (I'm much faster at email than phone).
What kind of reader do you want to be?
Are students really reading less?
As parents and educators we should all be up in arms as government studies show a decline in the amount of time our kids are reading! How can you help? Start in your own house, then move to the community as a school volunteer, or donating gently used books to your school. Students should be reading at least an hour over and beyond their school day! This is a total time of 1 hour and can be made up of 4 increments of 15 minutes or any variation to combine to 1 hour! How about volunteer for a Chat & Chew with a small handful of students over the lunch hour.
Here is a link to online games that let students practice memory skills:
This is a link to an article on memory strategies for educators and parents: