2 out of 3 of Our Nation's 4th  Graders Read Below Proficiency

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6 Tips to Help Parents Teach Reading...  



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Don’t be fooled by the notion that only ‘trained professionals’ can teach reading. Our Parent Coaching Classes will show motivated parents how English is logical, predictable, sensible and easy to decode if you learn it and teach it that way. YOU can make the difference for your child. Learn the code. Teach the code. Change a life. It’s easy to learn and fun to teach.


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Dyslexia and Struggling Readers
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Easy, Fun & Multi-sensory

Wordy Worm® Reading materials are incorporated throughout our Parent Courses and Blog activities. These researched-based materials align with the best practices of the National Reading Panel, the National Right to Read Foundation, and the National Center for Learning Disabilities. They use Orton-Gillingham principles--taught through Wordy's songs, gestures and multi-sensory play.

What They Say...

"I am writing you this email to thank you how fast Olivia learned to read and how awesome the program is!  I started working with Olivia in Aug.  She was 4 ½  and it took her 5 months to learn how to read.  That I am from China and English is my second language, I could never do this without the Wordy Worm."   Emily T

"After walking Chase into school kicking and screaming for the entire last month of kindergarten, we were seriously considering holding him back.  Then I saw something about this program on his school's fb page and thought I would give it a try.  I started doing the little songs with him about midway through the summer and incorporated the fun activities.  I can't believe how much confidence he has gained from something so simple!  Wordy Worm has worked wonders for us!"   Julie B


​We hope you reflect on and embrace your position as the primary influence on your children’s literacy experiences.  To support you in this, we provide you with the information, resources, and strategies to foster your confidence and commitment.  This does not diminish the role of teachers and curricula at school.  It simply underscores that YOU are the constant teacher in your children’s lives.  At the end of each school year, you do not give them a hug, wish them well, and say good-bye.  You are together, year after year, every step of the journey!

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