Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"I found some "mad lib" stories to do. I thought this might be a fun way to practice learning about different parts of grammar (i.e. adjective, noun, plural noun, verb, etc.) as well as reading passages that are a little bit above her reading level. She seemed to really enjoy it and like that it challenged her a little bit."
"The student completed her homework of identifying word chunks. She is making a lot of progress and easily recognizes when her writing is not neat, but she needs to be encouraged to erase completely and retry."
"The student and I worked on her reading book, which she did very well with. We also worked on some sheets her teachers provided from school. One involved cutting out letters to create words and the student very much enjoyed that activity. The other sheets were math worksheets. The student likes to find patterns in how she does the problems - she will look for problems with similar numbers or that go in some sort of order. This is a good way for her to use repetition to her advantage. It does somewhat slow down her work though, but I don't think that is an issue for her right now, especially when we work together. I don't have any concerns about this session."