Enter to Win Free ONLINE Summer Tutoring for Your Struggling Reader

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Does your child need extra reading help?

Would you like to get him or her some hands-on, direct help this summer from an experienced reading teacher? Now is your chance to win a one month summer reading package worth $640!

And your expenses for this program are: ZERO. Nothing! Even the software is provided for you.

All you need to do to enter is to make a comment below about why you hope to win the free course for your child. Don’t worry about the writing style or being perfect! It doesn’t matter.

And I know that you probably want to preserve your child’s and your own privacy. Feel free to use a “pretend” name! Just make sure that your email is correct, or I won’t be able to notify you if you win. 🙂

Here are two examples I’ve received:

One parent wrote: I am really hoping to win for my son. He is in 3rd grade and can’t really read at all.

Another wrote: My kid reads and it sounds okay. But she doesn’t know the story when she’s done. She doesn’t remember. She’s 9.

That’s it! Pretty easy, isn’t it?

Spelling and punctuation don’t count a bit, so don’t worry about that. I just want to make sure that the names pulled out of the hat actually do need a reading teacher for their children.

Although the kids will really enjoy it, it’s not a program for kids who are doing well in reading. It is only useful and fun for children who really need some extra reading tutoring / teaching / help.

This contest isn’t affiliated with Facebook in any way. You’re NOT required to Like our Facebook page, but if you wish, you may make another entry there for an extra chance to enter.

If you really want to go nuts with a third entry, send an email to me at paula_lee_bright at charter dot net and tell me a few more details about your reluctant reader. That will make three possible entries in all.

Three winners will be drawn from a hat and announced on Wednesday, June 15, 2011, at 4:00 p.m. Central Time, so you need to hurry and enter quickly!

Note: Be sure that your email address is typed correctly on your comment! Otherwise I won’t be able to reach you if you are the winner.

Your email will not be visible, and will never be shared with anyone else. Not ever.

Best of luck, and I can’t wait to meet our three new students!

Miss Bright
Hopefully, Your New Reading Teacher!

P.S. If you don’t have a young reader who needs help, but know someone who does, please do forward this post on to them. There’s an email form below here if you click on the “plus.” Thanks!

How do you guys teach reading online?

What do you use for kids who can’t read or can’t understand
what they read?

What is the price for all these reading classes online?

Do you use software or videos or special tools or???



14 Responses to “Enter to Win Free ONLINE Summer Tutoring for Your Struggling Reader”

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  1. Ms. Lovely-Taylor says:

    Hello!!! I am a stay at home mom who has dedicated the next couple years to help my son, Elijah, get more out of his education. We are finishing projects, homework and even started Karate to work on his discipline issues. He has really taken to this and the only issue that remains is that he is really struggling with reading. He is extremely smart and even skipped preschool and went straight to kindergarden but his reading is really suffering. I would love to win this for him because he is a really bright kid who is losing his love for learning. WE NEED HELP!!!

  2. Lena Austin says:

    Hi, My Daughter name is Chelsea she is 7 years old. We Live in Trinidad West Indies, She has a serious problem with reading, she reads very slowly and has problems pronouncing her words even though she knows the letter sounds. She is very lazy if she come up to a word she does not know she would prefer you tell her the word than trying to figure it out herself. She is not interested in reading at all… She needs help.

  3. Deana says:

    Hi, My 9 yr old son is struggling to read. He gets frustrated very easily and gives up. If he is reading a book with pictures he tries to figure out the store through the picture. I am desperate to get him help so he can develop the confidence he needs when he reads. Thank you

  4. rosa says:

    Hello Paula, I really believe this is what my 2 daughters need they are diffrent ages but are both struggling I am a mother of six children and I have a very hard time to sit there an give each of my children the one on one time they need. My daughter did get passed to 1st grade but is struggling in her reading and remembering what she read about. My other daughter is going to high school and it is said to say but has always been passed to the next grade even though she struggles with her reading and math and does not pass her Task test. I also have a daughter who is 41/2 and is very smart and I believe will benefit from this to give her a head start. Thanks!

  5. Sara Fernandez says:

    My son Gabriel was allowed to pass to 1st grade but while he was supposed to be reading last September by his school’s standards, he still can’t sound out a word. Sometimes, he even has trouble with identifying the letters still. PLEASE help! In so many other ways he shows how smart he is, but he is getting so discouraged by not being able to read.

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  7. Zan says:

    I have a 7 year who is struggling to read. He is below his reading level. I would love from him to get some extra help and be a confident reader.

  8. Andrea Bradstreet says:

    Hi Paula, I am so desperate to help my children. I have 3 children, two with learning disabilitity’s who are both very bright but are having a hard time reading. My 8 year old can decode but can’t make connections to the story and is unable to tell you what he just read. My 6 year old is finishing kindergarten and has a hard time with phoenimic awareness. She has a communication disability so I believe that has contributed to her difficulty. She is not reading on the level she should at this point in her education. I am willing to do whatever it takes to help them reach their highest potential. thank you.

    • Paula says:

      Hi, Andrea. It really does sound like you could use some help! Good luck with the contest. 🙂

      We’ll definitely talk further about all these issues.

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