Home » Archive

Articles tagged with: Reading

Uncategorized »

[28 Feb 2012 | No Comment | ]

By: Angela Grant, Owner, Club Z In-Home Tutoring
Parents and students alike would do well to use tutors the same way that athletics use coaches: to teach fundamental skills to players of all skill levels.
We accept, almost without question, the need for exceptional coaching. We expect professional teams to retain the very best coaches available to help world class athletes maintain the necessary edge to compete with other great athletes. An athlete without a coach invites chaos, disorganization, and a sloppy work ethic.
The parent of a promising young tennis player would …

Uncategorized »

[27 Dec 2011 | No Comment | ]

By: Andrew Taber, Lacey Kumon
Learning to read and write are among the most important skills your child will ever learn. These skills are the foundation on which all other academic achievement is built. Starting early in a child’s development, is the key to fostering a child’s love of reading and learning.
“Believe in your child and give him or her every opportunity to excel,” says Andrew Taber, Director of the Kumon Math & Reading Center of Lacey. “Each child has enormous, untapped potential regardless of their background or current ability. With …