Private 1-on-1 Tutoring by top UW Honors Grads! 4.9/5.0 Satisfaction Rating*
Award-Winning Private Reading Tutoring in Redmond, WA
One-on-one, personalized tutoring
Private In-Home and Online Reading Tutoring in Redmond, WA
Receive personally tailored Reading lessons from exceptional tutors in a one-on-one setting. We help you connect with in-home and online tutoring that offers flexible scheduling and your choice of locations.
How can Reading tutoring help you?
As your child begins their formal education, you want them to have the best chance for success. Reading is a fundamental skill, taught as early as pre-kindergarten in some schools, which continues to be built upon in all other areas - not only in school, but throughout an individual's life. Being able to read and discuss what a person has read will translate into personal and professional interactions well into your child's adult years. Reading comprehension is vital to all grade levels, as well. However, some children may not receive the personal attention they need to build this skill. Fortunately, there is help! All of the tutors whom Varsity Tutors can connect you with in Redmond, WA, are skilled in teaching reading.
Our educational directors can help you locate an independent tutor in Redmond who is skilled at teaching the fundamentals of reading to students of all levels. The tutor we match your child with can build skills in specific areas of reading comprehension, whether your child needs help with the basics of reading, such as pronouncing characters in the alphabet, or they have advanced to more complex reading comprehension needs, such as understanding rhythm and rhyme in poetry or story mapping to better understand a section of a standardized test. Regardless of the subject of the standardized test, all Washington state standardized tests require students to be able to read questions and understand how to find the answer. Smarter Balanced specifically tests English proficiency, in addition to math, but reading is also involved on other tests, such as the Measurements of Student Progress (MSP) or the End-of-Course (EOC) Exams, which do not specifically test English or writing skills.