Services for Parents & Caregivers-Part 1


Readiness for Learning in School

Our interactive presentation is focused on  how help parents and caregivers prepare their Pre-K to grade 3 child for learning. All participants will engage in and create ELA and mathematics readiness activities and games that can be used at home to prepare their child for the grade they are about to enter. In addition, we will show parents and caregivers practical ways to transition these same games and activities to enhance the curriculum of present or future grades. This workshop will also address and promote the critical aspects of socialization and participation for children.

A.C.E. (Academic Caregiver Education)

We train parents, nannies and babysitters how to introduce and apply academic readiness skills to children in their care. Our  six to eight-week workshops address the key academic areas young child need to be prepared for as they enter this climate of academic excellence in schools. A.C.E. approaches these topics in a developmentally age appropriate manner through games and play, which will be embraced by young learners and enjoyed by all who participate. 

Helping Your Child to Read at Home

Have you ever wished you could assist your child in learning how to read but were not sure of the phonics skills needed to make this happen? Our Detective Decoder Program is simple, direct and easy to apply. Our systematic and strategic methods will unlock the mystery of decoding words as you or your caregiver learns to use them with your child in a practical and fun manner! 

Letter Sense at home

Our presentation teaches parents and caregivers how approach reading readiness skills that promote letter and sound recognition, while introducing proper letter formation.This easy and developmentally age-appropriate  method ensures a way for your child to begin letter formation through the use of food as you focus on literacy foundational skills necessary for early childhood learners. 

Book Sense

This workshop offers parents and caregivers fun, simple and educationally sound strategies used by teachers for reading stories to children. All of these methods are aimed at enriching a child’s enjoyment of literature while applying academically research-based skills that promote reading readiness through comprehension, sequencing, detail recall, vocabulary banks, decoding, inferencing and predicting as they actively participate in the reading of a book to their child at home.  

“Every accomplishment starts with the decision to try!” Yolanda Gail Devers