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How to pay for lessons

with The Online Reading Teacher

Are you and your child overwhelmed?

Do you need real, immediate, practical help from an experienced and innovative reading teacher? I will teach your child in a different way than he’s tried before. And it usually works!

After the free lesson, my prices are:

25% off for the first two weeks:  

$30 per half hour

This price is effective for 14 days, as many times a week as you wish. Book as many as you can at this discounted price to get your child off to a powerful start with a new reading method!

After the first two weeks: 

$40 per half hour

Lessons should be prepaid through Paypal. It has a good reputation for security and reliability. If you aren’t comfortable paying online, we can work out payment by check, in advance.

How to use Paypal

Go to Paypal and create an account. Click on Send Money.

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There is a simple form there. You’ll have my email from our correspondence about your child. Paypal Help is very useful for any questions you may have about using the service.

All fees are paid by me. You’ll pay only for the lessons your child will have.

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22 Responses to “Prices”

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  1. Parents,

    I have failed to contact so many people because they didn’t leave their email address. If you don’t, I have no way to get in touch with you. PLEASE, if you want a reply, leave an email address.

    Better yet, go to the contact form listed above in the menu that goes across and underneath the picture at the top of my site, and contact me that way.

    I wish you all the best of luck in your efforts to solve your children’s reading problems.

    Miss Paula

  2. cathy cooper says:

    Ms. Paula: My grandson is turned 7 on Jan. 2017. He is in first grade and struggling. He had a tongue tie procedure at 5 and is in speech, RTI Tier 2 Math and just got placed in Special Education Reading. School wants to pass him forward with all special ed classes next yr. I want to retain him and tutor/test and No Special Ed at all and repeat 1st next yr. We are on limited income and his parents are just not interested in educating themselves about Connor educational needs and navigating the difficult school process. School says no specific test to specify what type learning disability just learning disabled. They do not test for dyslexia/disgraphia etc. Maybe you can help.

  3. Mary Dukesgentry says:

    My grandson is 6years old and in the first grade but is at a preschool level he shuts down when spelling even two letter words he almost hyperventilate like into he can’t remember how to spell 2seconds later. He wants to but just can’t. He has attended Sylvan learning school with no avail. He lives with me I am 69 yrs old and have went back to work to add to my income so I can care for him. I don’t have much money but I have to help him he get so frustrated because he can’t remember the sounds and spelling of words. What can I do to help him.

  4. LaTroya Mucker says:

    My son is age 10 and struggles with reading, problem solving, and comprehension. Which basically means to me problem with reading. If he can’t understand what he is reading it is hard for him to comprehend what is asked of him. I don’t want him to be held back because it did not help me when I was a kid but made matters worse. So I’m trying everything to help my son. Any help or advice is greatly appreciated.

  5. Elizabeth says:

    My son he is 9 years old and his having such a difficult time with school his super smart in inventing doing any other things but school he dosent know how to read and write his nearly getting okay with math but he still has a hard time he only could subtract or add numbers. I am to the point I don’t know what to do

  6. Elizabeth Lebourgeois says:

    Hello, I have two daughters, both with diagnosed dyslexia. My oldest is in 4th grade and youngest is in 1st. They are both failing reading. Now they are getting picked on and teased by other kids. My oldest has a low self esteem and my youngest is getting there. We have been to numerous tutors and none of them seem to help. Can you help?
    Looking forward to hearing from you soon.

    • Beth,

      I’m so sorry. Your comment slipped through the cracks in my site. I’m not a techie, and things don’t always work as I would like.

      If you’re still interested, please go to my Contact form on the right of this page, and I’ll be in touch very soon.


  7. Annie Foster says:

    Hello Paula my name is Annie Foster and I am interested in you assisting my son with his reading. I would greatly appreciate it if you can contact be back so we can get started on assisting my son with his reading. Thank you in advance.

  8. Wanda flowers says:

    My 8 year old need help bad she is in 3rd grade she read on a pre-k level

  9. Andrea says:

    Hello Paula!
    I just messaged you about helping my 9 year old daughter, I am looking forward from hearing from you. In the message I asked about your prices, and I now see them here! sorry about that!

  10. Hi, Patricia, I’ve sent you a private email. We’ll talk there. Thanks!

  11. Patricia Marston says:

    my daughter S’Vaughnya is 10 year old in 4 grade, she have a problem in reading, and understanding what she read, how to write essay, call me at 305/766/9835 or email me about your service and cost. thanks, patricia

  12. Trudi says:

    Two of my 3 kids have a lot of trouble reading and one has extreme trouble spelling as well. Please email me privately regarding your services. Much Thanks, Trudi

    • Trudi, I’m sorry, but you didn’t leave an email for me to contact you. If you visit again, get in touch with me through the contact form.

      Best of luck, and I’m sorry we couldn’t talk.

  13. Beth says:

    th grade. Hi Ms Paula,

    My name is Beth and I have a 15 year old son “Bobby” who is in 9th grade. Bobby has minor autism PDD to be more specific. Bobby is reading at a first grade level. He is a bright kid and very smart. He can talk and walk and do just about anything the other kids can do except for read. he is really struggling and so are we. can you help him.

    • Tracy Davenport says:

      Wow Beth your son and my son are so much alike . We should chat sometime .
      I was wondering myself if she could help my son. Our son is 13 on autism spectrum very smart can do anything with building ,mechanics heavy , equipment etc… But can not read he just finally learned letters . Very high functioning and athletic . Please help us answer this noble prize question can you help these boys . We have tried almost everything . Thankyou Tracy

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