Reading and Math Tutorials for Children

An Educational Service That Can Help You and Your Child Succeed

Let Us Help Improve Your Kid’s Reading and Math Skills

Reading and math can be quite challenging for children. Especially if they have a learning difficulty. Here at Remarkable Readers, we will help your child learn math and love reading.

All our lessons are customizable for your child’s needs. We guarantee an improvement in reading and/or math skills within four to six months in eight weeks. You can trust our teachers to ensure that your child’s reading and/or math level will increase.

About Our Reading and Math Programs

Our classes are perfect for children who are struggling to read,  have difficulty understanding math strategies, have learning processing disorders, or have learning difficulties like dyslexia and ADHD. We follow the 504 plan and employ the individualized education plan (IEP) to ensure that we meet your child’s needs.

You can choose between virtual or in-person classes. We will work closely with you and your child to determine the best learning environment for them.

Highly Qualified Educators

We know that learning is much easier when you have an excellent teacher. That's why we have experienced and certified teachers that can encourage your child to enjoy reading and math.

The team at Remarkable Readers is passionate about helping kids improve their reading and math skills, and we bring this enthusiasm into our lessons and activities. We work with a wide range of students so your child won’t be alone.

See Research and Data Ways our Children are Struggling and How to Help

Reading Skill: Compare and Contrast

Compare and contrast is a reading element that can help readers organize information to better understand the text. Most readers do not see this right away. As a parent, you can ask, “What do you notice that is the same?” “What do you notice that is different?” These questions will guide your reader to separate the information into categories.

Using a Venn diagram (two circles that overlap) will also give your reader a visual. Writing words and/or drawing pictures to add to the Venn diagram will also help your reader. Compare and contrast can develop a lifetime reading skill and allows your child to become a Remarkable Reader!

The Nations Report Card

The National Assessment of Educational Progress or also called the Nation's Report Card, released its 2022 findings and noticed that our student’s math scores had the largest decline since 2005!

A Harvard Study

From the New York Post Jan. 1, 2023-"Lower NAEP math scores are, per a Harvard study, correlated with higher likelihoods of incarceration, teen pregnancy and the use of food-stamp benefits and lower odds of owning a home, marriage and fulltime employment. In other words, they are a good predictor of overall success or misery."

What Parents Need to Know About the Research on How Kids Learn to Read

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For more information about our reading and classes, contact us today. We look forward to teaching your children how to read and learn math!