First Grade Reading TutorsIs your first grader struggling with reading?
1st grade is the most important year for building reading skills. If your child is behind in reading, the time to act is now!
Viva Phonics provides private online reading tutors for 1st graders who are struggling with reading.
Can your child?
quickly recall the names and sounds of letters?
accurately blend sounds to read words?
confidently read with ease and accuracy?
correctly retell the events in a story?
We could not be happier with the results of our 7yo son.
He was struggling in class, being bored and confused most of the time (especially with virtual learning setting). One-on-One approach helped build his confidence and skills set. Ms. Ellen is wonderful, attentive, supportive and kind. The approach works and we are hoping to meet all the goals!
Karina Zametin, Google Review
A Viva Phonics Tutor Will Help Your Child:
Improve Reading Skills
A Viva Phonics tutor will provide personalized instruction based on your child’s strengths and weaknesses, helping them develop critical skills in phonics, fluency, comprehension, and vocabulary.
Our tutors provide a supportive environment where students can work at their own pace. As they make progress and see their reading skills improve, and their self-esteem grows!
Enhance Overall Performance
As students become stronger readers through tutoring, they can better grasp and understand information presented in other subjects. Your child will also perform better in standardized tests!
About Viva Phonics
I’m Angelica and I created this online reading intervention program when I started working 1:1 with students who struggled with reading. I found that many times students were being sent home with sight word lists that had no logical pattern and included words that could easily be decoded. Students weren’t able to blend simple words and when they didn’t know a word they would just guess!
The only way to fill the skills gaps was to relearn to read. Starting from scratch ensured that students had the foundational skills needed to grasp more complex concepts within the Viva Phonics program and beyond.
After more than a century of frustration, it has now been shown that the brain can be rewired and that struggling children can become skilled readers. Sally Shaywitz, M.D., Overcoming Dyslexia