Next Steps to Reading (VIDEO LESSONS)

When
Weekly on Mondays from Mon, May 31 to Mon, Aug 2
Mon (5/31) 9–10am CDT (60 min)
Mon (6/7) 9–10am CDT (60 min)
Mon (6/14) 9–10am CDT (60 min)
Mon (6/21) 9–10am CDT (60 min)
Mon (6/28) 9–10am CDT (60 min)
Mon (5/31) 9–10am CDT (60 min)
Mon (6/7) 9–10am CDT (60 min)
Mon (6/14) 9–10am CDT (60 min)
Mon (6/21) 9–10am CDT (60 min)
Mon (6/28) 9–10am CDT (60 min)
Mon (7/5) 9–10am CDT (60 min)
Mon (7/12) 9–10am CDT (60 min)
Mon (7/19) 9–10am CDT (60 min)
Mon (7/26) 9–10am CDT (60 min)
Mon (8/2) 9–10am CDT (60 min)
832-653-6788
Where
Online
Ages
4–6 yrs old
Attendance
Drop-off: kids only
Price
$260 plus 4.2% service fee
Discount
10% sibling discount available
About

Next Steps to Reading is filled with fun learning activities designed to introduce your child to phonetic strategies necessary for reading with a focus on short vowel sounds. The letter sounds are taught with hand signals to give a multi-sensory approach to phonics. The children see the letter, hear the sound it makes, and learn a hand-signal for the letter as well! These reading strategies are combined with even more high frequency words so your child’s reading vocabulary can greatly expand!

Next Steps to Reading is the 2nd reading class to be taken the year before Kindergarten. Students will learn how to figure out words by using sounds, context and pictures. Students will receive word cards and early reader books each week.

This class will not be taught face to face. These will be pre recorded video lessons. Each week a lesson will be posted to the Google Classroom. At the end of the week, the lesson will be removed and the next week's lesson will be added the next day. No refunds once you have been given the Google Classroom link.

*Available to students who have completed Head Start to Reading.

This is NOT a face to face class. This is a pre recorded video lesson class. No refunds once you are given the link to the Google Classroom. Registration/Service fee is non refundable.

Parents are responsible for watching the video with the child, assisting with digital activities, and completing any other paper activities. Parent participation is necessary. Parents must be willing to sit with the child and work through activities as well as assist in the use of reading strategies to help the child read early reader books that will be provided. Parents must be able to pick up materials during a designated time-frame before classes begin.

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