The Tutoring Center, Johns Creek GA



Help Your Child Improve Their Reading Skills

How well your child reads can determine the type of opportunities they are eligible for during their career and academic path. If you want to help your child improve their reading level, The Tutoring Center, Johns Creek has prepared two tips below.

Directions and Navigation

GPS devices and apps drastically changed both the way people get around and the types of places available to people for exploration. While it’s simple enough to get into your vehicle and let your device do all the talking, the next time you’re running errands, hand the task over to your children. In addition to reading you the directions as you drive, have them list the streets on the map as you go. While these street names aren’t going to form part of your child’s vocabulary, the lesson is in pronunciation. Street names include a range of letter-sound combinations which can all help your child to improve their reading speed and learn new words on their own.

Is Your Local Hardware Store Having a Sale?

If your mailbox is regularly filled with promotional flyers and bank or council notices, then you have a perfect platform to teach your children a great reading lesson. As you prepare dinner, have your children read to you each of the items you would usually discard. These could range from a flyer about a local sale or a notice from your bank about an update to their terms. While it may seem strange, this reading material includes a range of writing styles and word choices which can help your student not only learn new words and their varied contexts but also improve their writing skills.

Tutoring in Johns Creek Works

If your student struggles with the above tasks or they just need some additional homework help, one-to-one tutoring in Johns Creek can help. To find out more, speak with a professional tutor at The Tutoring Center, Johns Creek by calling (770) 927-4577 and book your free initial diagnostic assessment.


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