Would you like to spend your summer vacation in Southern California this year? Well… this can be a wonderful opportunity for you to also address your child’s reading, writing and comprehension skills with some summer instruction at the same time!
At PRIDE Learning Center we offer an amazing summer reading program that gives students a giant boost in their weakest areas.
Spending the summer at PRIDE Learning Center is a wonderful opportunity to catch up and get ahead in skills that might be affecting school performance in reading, writing and comprehension as well as getting a vacation at the same time!
Our summer instruction is taught one-on-one with our credentialed reading specialists and utilizes our multisensory, Orton-Gillingham, structured, sequential and cumulative approach that we at PRIDE Learning Center are experts at. Students who came last summer all improved 1 to 2 grade levels in just 4-6 weeks of instruction.
Sample Daily Schedule:
9:00 – 10:30 Orton-Gillingham Reading Instruction
10:30 – 11:00: Snack, Fun and Movement
11:00 – 12:00 Orton-Gillingham Reading Writing and Comprehension Instruction
Your child will still get a summer break, our summer instruction is only 3 hours a day Monday – Friday. Don’t worry, there is still plenty of time in the day to play, go to the beach or just relax.
PRIDE has 14 Southern California summer locations in Calabasas, Sherman Oaks, Studio City, Pasadena, West Los Angeles, Beverly Hills, Hancock Park, Redondo Beach, Yorba Linda, Newport Beach, Mission Viejo, Temecula, Carlsbad and San Diego.
Tuition per weekly session is $1150. PRIDE Lessons are always One-on-one!
For our out of town families, we are happy to help with information on local hotels, short term housing and after camp activities.
Call us at 866-774-3342 or visit us at our website www.pridelearningcenter.com. We are looking forward to speaking with you regarding how we will make a huge difference for your child this summer!
School is finally out and now is the time for splashing in the pool, running in the yard, playing at the park and relaxing with friends. Summer is also the time to catch up and get ahead in crucial reading skills that might be lacking during the school year. Children who read during the summer months gain reading skills, while those who do not often experience reading losses.
Trying to balance the busy, physical activities that the warm summer weather brings with quiet reading time daily is not an easy task for most parents. Some children welcome the idea of reading books and keeping up with their reading skills during the summer months, while others, particularly weak or reluctant readers, will find this a tedious chore.
Try some of these tips to make sure your child’s summer reading skills goes smoothly:
- Set aside a consistent time each day for reading. Summer camps, play dates, and technology are all fun things kids like to do during the summer. However, by the end of the day, children may be too tired to pick up a book and read. When planning summer time activities for your child, remember to leave some time in their schedules for reading. Find a convenient time each day – before bedtime or over breakfast.
- Offer an incentive program. Keep track of the minutes spent reading and then every couple of weeks the child can choose a “fun activity” as a reward. Many libraries also offer online sign ups for summer reading programs. Children can keep track of the books they read and win stickers, prizes and other incentives.
- Help your child select books at a comfortable level. If you are having trouble judging, consult your local librarian who is likely to be an expert in matching books to reading levels.
Another great source is the Lexile Framework for Reading. This website will give you a Lexile Measure from a reading test. You can then look up books according to your child’s lexile measure. The website is: www.lexile.com.
If your child makes 5 or more errors in reading a page of around 50 words – the book is too challenging.
- Become a reader yourself and lead by example! Read the news on your iPad, pick up a magazine at the doctor’s office, and take a book to the beach or on your family picnics. If kids see adults around them reading often, they will understand that reading can be a fun and important part of their summer days.
- Read about your vacation destination before you go. Have your child read about your travel spots ahead of time and help plan the trip for you. If you go camping, explore the wildlife and scenery on-line.
- Make sure to bring books on vacation, outings and errands to keep your children occupied and entertained with great stories. Pack books in your beach bag and picnic baskets instead of electronic game devices.
- Connect books with activities! Read a story that mentions something yummy to eat and then try out a recipe at home. Try some exotic foods from stories from other countries.
Karina Richland, M.A. is the Founder and Director of Pride Learning Centers, located in Los Angeles and Orange County. Ms. Richland is a certified reading and learning disability specialist. Ms. Richland speaks frequently to parents, teachers, and professionals on learning differences, and writes for several journals and publications. You can reach her by email at email@example.com or visit the Pride Learning Center website at: www.pridelearningcenter.com
PRIDE Learning Center announces the opening of its seasonal location in Sherman Oaks, California.
PRIDE Learning Center, which specializes in tutoring students with learning disabilities and special needs, will provide instruction this summer at a Seasonal Learning Center in Sherman Oaks, located at the Sherman Oaks Chabad Center on 14960 Ventura Blvd, Sherman Oaks, CA 91403.
Summer instruction for children will be available 9:00am – 12:00pm Monday – Friday from June – August.
This summer program is designed for children of all ages who are struggling with reading, writing and comprehension due to the diagnosis of dyslexia, auditory and visual processing disorder, autism, speech delays and other learning difficulties. The PRIDE Learning Center program is based on Orton-Gillingham research, which uses the multisensory elements of seeing, hearing, touching and moving.
“The Sherman Oaks Learning Center is an extension of our Orange County Learning Centers which allows more families in the Sherman Oaks community to get the help they need for their children,” states Karina Richland, Owner of PRIDE Learning Centers. “Our goal at PRIDE, as it has been at all of our locations, is to deliver the highest level of instruction possible and help every child out there, even those that many teachers have given up on.”
“PRIDE Learning Center has helped so many students learn how to read,” says May Dabbah, Director of the Sherman Oaks Seasonal Learning Center. “I see students improve dramatically in just one summer. I am so excited for the Sherman Oaks Community to experience and be a part of our wonderful program.”
Individuals interested in summer instruction can call (866) 774-3342 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Summer is the perfect time to catch up and get ahead! At PRIDE Learning Center we offer a fantastic summer reading program to give students a giant boost in their weakest areas. Our summer reading camp is the most popular program of the year!
This intensive one-on-one reading, writing and comprehension program utilizes our multi-sensory, phonemic, Orton-Gillingham approach that we at PRIDE Learning Center are experts at. This program helps kids in a way that a regular summer school program would not. Student’s progress one entire reading level in 4-5 weeks!
PRIDE’s fun-filled yet intensive one-on-one reading camp has become so popular that we even draw families from all over the globe. Recent students have come to PRIDE from France, Japan, Saudi Arabia, Brazil, England, and Germany.
Summer Catch – Up Program
Do in 4 weeks what would normally take 30-40 weeks!
Our PRIDE Intensive reading program offers dramatic results. Our reading specialists will provide the needed support to get students at grade level during the long summer months. Your child still gets a summer break, as sessions are typically only 3 hours a day five days a week. Don’t worry, there is still plenty of time in the day to play, go to the beach or just relax.
Sample Daily Schedule:
9:00 – 10:30 Orton-Gillingham Reading Instruction
10:30 – 11:00 Snack, Fun and Movement
11:00 – 11:30 Writing Instruction
11:30 – 12:00 Orton-Gillingham Reading Instruction
You can sign up for any weeks between June 26th – August 4 to accommodate busy schedules and traveling families. For best results, we recommend 4 uninterrupted weeks.
Tuition per weekly session is $1125.00 PRIDE lessons are always One-on-One
We have locations in Calabasas, Sherman Oaks, Studio City, Pasadena, Hancock Park, Beverly Hills, Brentwood, Redondo Beach, Newport Beach/Irvine, Mission Viejo, Yorba Linda, Temecula, Carlsbad and San Diego!
Or Call us Today at 866-774-3342 for a registration form or email us at email@example.com or visit our website at www.pridelearningcenter.com
PRIDE Learning Center, a tutoring center in Newport Beach, has announced it will offer a specialized summer reading camp to better meet the needs of children with dyslexia, auditory and visual processing, speech delays, autism, ADHD and other language and learning disabilities.
The summer reading camp at PRIDE Learning Center in Newport Beach will run weekly from June -August to accommodate busy schedules and traveling families. Children can attend from either 9:00am – 12:00pm or 12:30pm – 3:30 pm Monday –Friday. All of the teachers at PRIDE Learning Center are credentialed with strong special education backgrounds and deliver one-on-one Orton-Gillingham language and reading lessons.
“This summer reading camp at PRIDE is designed to help students in a way that a regular summer school program cannot,” states Center Director Tamison Andersen. “Summer is a wonderful and effective time for struggling students to boost their skills and close the reading and comprehension gaps,” says Andersen.
PRIDE Learning Center is a leading tutoring company in Los Angeles and Orange County, for students with learning disabilities. Their reading and comprehension program has been shown to boost student performance almost 2 grade levels in just 3 months. The Orton-Gillingham instruction develops the underlying reading and comprehension skills necessary for students with dyslexia, auditory processing, visual processing, autism, speech delays, ADHD and other learning challenges. It is common to see years of reading improvement after just weeks of intensive instruction.
“Although the reading camp is intensive and highly structured, the teachers at PRIDE make it really fun and super engaging for the kids. The kids love it and we have families return to us each summer,” says Tamison Andersen.
Individuals interested in the summer reading camp at PRIDE Learning Center in Newport Beach can call (949) 891-0125 or visit the website at www.pridelearningcenter.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.