Do We Qualify for 2 Free Sessions?

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This offer is for people who are looking for a reading tutor and are willing to consider online lessons. Most parents want to find out how my reading lessons work,  to see if they feel their child can work happily with me, before making a decision to proceed.

I offer prospective parents two free lessons to try it out and draw their own conclusions about whether they think I can help their child or not.

Unfortunately, using the free lessons are of little help to a child if the parent has no plans to hire a tutor, because there will be no follow-up, and the short time spent won’t add to the child’s skills. It’s not a good use of your time or your child’s emotions. On occasion it has even upset the child that they won’t be continuing to receive the help they need and often desperately want.

In the first lesson I evaluate your child, though it is completely unlike testing at school. It’s non-threatening, and often kids rather enjoy the attention. I will tell them that their only job is to tell me if they can or can’t read a word, and that it’s no problem if they can’t. All they need to do is tell me, so that I can find out what they know how to do and don’t know how to do. If they can read a few words I show, then we move on to a beginning reader book. If they can’t, we’ll talk about letters. If they can’t talk about letters, we’ll talk about a picture.

In the second lesson, I begin work on the issues I discovered in the previous lesson.

For more details, see my FAQ. You also might like to see what other parents have said about the work I’ve done with their child.

If you are interested in tutoring, please let me know about your child, and what your concerns are. I hope I can be of help.

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  1. Paula says:

    Kristen, I am honored to receive the reward! Thank you so very much for visiting, for the praise, and we are in agreement: I am a very big advocate of kids reading. And by that, of course, I mean all kids!

    With enough will power, hope and hard work, we’ll make some progress toward that goal.

    Thanks for dropping by. 😀

  2. George Smith says:

    This is very valuable post, whose want to there children read, You not only help kids to read, your blog helps parents with great tips on reading. Thanks for sharing.

  3. Shana says:

    Hi Paula,
    I’ll definitely have to pass this discount on! I would love to pass on the “Versatile Blogger Award” to you because I think your blog is…well…fabulous! I love to read and I am a big advocate of kids learning to read. You not only help kids to read, your blog helps parents with great tips on reading! I hope you will accept. If you do, here are the rules: The rules after accepting the Versatile Blogger Award are:

    1. Thank the person who gave the award and link back to them in your post.
    2. Share 7 things about yourself.
    3. Pass this award along to 7 other blogs you think deserve the Versatile Blogger Award.

    Congrats and Happy Blogging!

    My link for the award:

    • Paula Lee Bright says:

      I’m so very grateful! Thank you for the award. It’s been great talking back and forth with you. Carry o with the great work on the books, Shana. 😀

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