The Fun Stuff!
It is my goal at Hope for Reading
to be not only a source of information and resources for my clients with Dyslexia & their families, but also encouragement!
Therefore, we need to have a little fun!
The Treasure Chest...
(pictured in background)
is one way that I try to spur on
my non-adult students
to keep striving for reading
during the hard "brain work"
of being tutored week after week.
The treasure chest IS
an actual old camelback wood
and steel-banded chest
that is filled with prizes
for my students. It is sitting
prominently in my office right now.
When a student completes a level of Barton curriculum, he or she gets to choose a prize from the treasure chest.
It is theirs to keep at no extra cost.
BUT, no peeking!
Movie Nights/Support Group/Lectures
For those who are a part of the
Hope for Reading family,
it is an option to borrow great informational movies about
dyslexia or movies starring
For those who want to seek out
other families in Hope for Reading
for support, I am available to help
organize support groups or give informational lectures about dyslexia.
These activities are optional
and subject to the need and interests
of my clients - and my availability!