Leaps in Learning, LLC

Reading Tutor Hebron CT

Private Tutor, Homeschool Help, Tutoring Grades K-12

 
Accommodating students in Glastonbury, Andover, Bolton, Marlborough, Mansfield, and additional towns throughout eastern and central Connecticut

 

  • Certified teacher with over thirty years of experience.
  • Specializing in basic-to-intermediate reading and writing instruction.
  • Non-readers of any age, Pre-K, Kindergarten, Elementary & Middle-School reading/writing levels, learning disabilities, Special Education, and dyslexia.
Reading Tutoring Hebron CT
Lois was able to teach my child to read when the school system couldn’t.
Parent of former tutoring client

Lois Wendus, founder of Leaps in Learning, has helped my 10-year-old attain grade level in less than six months. My daughter was a year and a half behind grade level at her private school. With Lois’s expertise in being able to identify quickly how my daughter learned best, Lois designed a plan to return my daughter to grade level that was both fun and effective. My daughter went from getting only 4 out of 20 spelling words correct to 100% correct utilizing Lois’s techniques. I would highly recommend Leaps in Learning for any child who is having difficulty, and for any parent who wants his or her child to read with fluency at grade level and exceed personal educational goals.
Marlo Bish

Ask The Reading Tutor

Why Do Children Fall Behind In School?

In my experience, children typically fall behind in school due to some form of lack of instruction. Perhaps they missed the instruction due to an absence, weren’t paying close enough attention when the lesson was presented, the material wasn’t repeated, or it wasn’t presented in their preferential learning style. Of course there are many reasons children don’t perform well in a subject area or fall behind. Be that as it may, offering customized lessons through tutoring and homeschooling tailored to specific educational needs is the key to success now and in the future.

My child is struggling with writing skills. What do you suggest?

Writing about a topic can be a difficult task for students to master? Certainly, strong reading skills provide a foundation for strong writing skills to develop. Early in the writing process children learn to sequence story events in order. Event order can be sequenced by words such as before, during, and after. The writer will need to add details to clarify what has happened and to have an ending, which signifies closure. Much goes into each phase of the writing process: planning, revising, editing, rewriting, and sometimes even a fresh start. All aspects of reading and writing instruction may need explicit individualized instruction, taught by a certified teacher in a tutoring or home education setting, with lesson plans designed specifically for your child’s progress.