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  • Writer's pictureRuth Tougas

Learn to identify children at risk for failure within 15 minutes of classroom instruction Contact us

Kindergarten and grade one are the most critical part of the students’ academic years – these are the stages where they should learn the foundations for learning to read and spell and if they cannot learn these skills they are at risk for failure and will fall further behind!


Learn how to identify children at risk for failure from kindergarten and on. Within fifteen minutes of classroom instruction, teachers can spot kindergarten and grade one who might be at risk for school failure.


We have the expertise in literacy instruction: reading, spelling, comprehension, basic writing and handwriting with content knowledge and practical skills using direct, systematic, explicit and structured multisensory techniques and principles first described by Dr. Samuel Orton and Anna Gillingham.


Strategies, rules, and techniques, as well as a student's workbook for the whole school year, words in structured and fluency format - we have written more than 100,000 words. Strategies and clues on how to easily identify children at risk for failure- we have everything you need to be an effective reading teacher – we can make the impossible possible!

Contact us for our: Multisensory Reading System Teachers Literacy Training for Kindergarten, Grade One, Special Needs and Resource Teachers.


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