July 9 - 13, 2018

Phonological Awareness

9 AM - 10 AM Elementary School Age
1 PM - 2 PM Middle School Age

Comprehension Boost

2 PM - 4 PM Elementary School Age

July 23 - 27, 2018

Word Attack (Phonics)

10 AM - 11 AM Elementary School Age  1 PM - 2 PM Middle School Age

Multisyllabic Words

2 PM - 3 PM Elementary School Age       3 pM - 4 PM Middle School Age

July 30 - August 3, 2018

Site Words

9 AM - 10 AM Elementary School Age      1 PM - 2 PM Middle School Age

Comprehension Boost

2 PM - 4 PM Middle School Age

Executive Functioning Intensives

June 3 - 8, 2018

11 AM - 12 PM Elementary School Age 1 PM - 2 PM Middle/High School Age

June 11 - 15, 2018

11 AM - 12 PM Elementary School Age  1 PM - 2 PM Middle/High School Age

Summer is THE perfect time for students to get intensive remediation, support and skills boosts because the day to day stress of managing all of the curriculum and demands of a regular school day are not present.  Therefore, students are able to learn and retain more material making the summer THE perfect time to enroll in one or more of the intensives available.

Phonological Awareness: Students will participate in activities that will focus on reading decoding and encoding and spelling. Phonographix program will be used, along with other techniques to improve reading and spelling skills.

Comprehension Boost:  students in this group will work on improving listening and reading comprehension.  The Visualizing and Verbalizing Program will be used in conjunction with other comprehension strategies.  Recall, reproduction, inferencing, sequencing and providing text evidence are all skills that will be strengthened by attending this session.

Word Attack:  Word-attack strategies help students decode, pronounce, and understand unfamiliar words. They help students attack words piece by piece or from a different angle.

Multisyllabic Words:  Learning to manage longer words with more than two or three syllables requires the application of phonic word attack strategies related to syllable division is important for identifying one- and two-syllable words.

It is with these longer words that the application of structural analysis strategies can be helpful. These strategies involve the understanding that words are made up of prefixes, stems, and suffixes (the minimal meaningful units of language or morphemes) in both their spoken and written form.

Sight Words: While there are a limited number of words in the English Language that are not decodable, knowing words as soon as they are seen, frees up mental capacity to decode words that are unknown.

Executive Functioning: Executive functioning skills are not addressed in a student’s day to day curriculum in a typical school setting.  Auditory and visual discrimination, processing and memory will be addressed in this intensive.

Spaces are limited!  Make next year a breeze for your child!  Call (941)345-7574 today to reserve your child’s seat in one or more of the intensives that will strengthen your child’s reading or executive functioning skills!