NOTE: Due to COVID-19, Alphabet Adventures classes are cancelled. If you'd like to be notified when classes resume, please email us.
A child's level of phonemic awareness upon entering school is widely held to be the strongest, single determinant of success that she or he will experience in learning to read—or, conversely, the likelihood that she or he will fail. In fact, research shows that phonemic awareness can be developed through instruction, and that doing so significantly accelerates subsequent reading and writing achievement. Phonemic awareness is an important early step in learning to read. Understood.org does a great job of explaining in this article.
Your child’s brain is at its most flexible during the first five years of life. Take advantage of this critical stage in development—enroll in Alphabet Adventures! We use evidence-based strategies to help kids improve alphabet knowledge, pre-reading skills, and phonemic awareness. The program is taught by teachers trained in Orton-Gillingham methodology, which is a multi-sensory approach that helps students make the connection between sounds and letters—a necessary prerequisite for reading.
Classes are held at our Lower Campus in Broadview Heights. NOTE: If your child misses a class due to sickness or scheduling conflict, your payment will be applied to a future session. There is no formal contract period and new students are enrolled throughout the year on a rolling basis.
What is OG-based multisensory instruction, anyway?
Our commitment to this style of teaching is rooted in decades of research on how students with learning differences best retain information.
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We hold 60-minute, virtual admission information sessions every month. Meet the Director of Enrollment Management and hear more about our culture and teaching methods.
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