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Having proper reading skills is one of the most important components of success in education and the professional world. There are many times throughout our lives that require us to read critically and make decisions based on what we have read. For this reason, students are taught the importance of reading at an early age. If you are the parent of a child in elementary school who is struggling with reading, you may help them get the assistance they need through private lessons. Find reading tutors in Boston by calling the Varsity Tutors educational directors today.

If your child doesn't develop the proper reading skills for their grade level, they could face serious consequences that affect their performance in all subjects. Help them work to improve in their course with the assistance of a professional reading tutor in Boston, MA, today. One-on-one reading lessons may give your child the opportunity to engage in an active learning environment, where their tutor may work closely alongside them to overcome their problems. Your child might improve their reading skills through activities that improve phonics and fluency. Their tutor may also ask them questions related to characters and setting in the stories they read and may also ask your child to make predictions of what may happen next. By doing this, the tutor is able to evaluate your child's reading comprehension skills, and they provide your child with a learning program that could improve their weaker areas.

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Boston, MA Reading tutoring
The student and I worked on cursive per his teacher. I spoke with his teacher on Friday evening, and she really wants him to be writing more. We worked on it today, but I really think we need to scaffold into it. I don't think he is used to writing that much at school, so we are going to focus more on sight words and reading. We are also going to focus on print until he is ready for cursive.
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Boston, MA Reading tutoring
When teaching students to read, I always like to start with Dr. Seuss. The student and I read 'ABCs' together, and I had him shout out the letter and count how many times it showed up in the rhyme. He has improved so much since the last session, and it was exciting to see him sight-recognize A-E. The parents have been great about reading to him more and enforcing good reading behaviors. The student's mom bought a book called "All About Me," which has him fill out information about himself and his surroundings. We went around and counted all 169 windows in the house, as well as measured his height and other fun things. He really got engaged, and did a much better job counting (though he still forgets 13, 30, and 60.) We will continue to teach the alphabet individually with F next week, as well as read more.
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Boston, MA Reading tutoring
The student worked on her new vocabulary words. She also prepared a homework assignment covering hundreds and subtraction in math and writing times.
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Boston, MA Reading tutoring
Reviewed troublesome sight words: "here, her, there three, were, where". Will recheck tomorrow. Introduced new story: "Marcus Loses Patches". Fluency check: 64 wpm with no errors. Is attacking longer words on his own. Introduced vocal for story. Read, using echo reading, through page 7. Practiced reading some long a words using /ai/.
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Boston, MA Reading tutoring
We read some more of the "Enormous Crocodile", and then we played a couple of word production games- how many words can you make from this word, etc. Next time, if the student doesn't have homework we are going to start working on writing a play of some sort.
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Boston, MA Reading tutoring
Worked through several books, did some question and answer about plot and themes - when the student engages in the plot she seems to read a lot more fluently and animatedly. Did some sample writing about school teachers.
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