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Private In-Home and Online 1st Grade Writing Tutoring

Receive personally tailored 1st Grade Writing lessons from exceptional tutors in a one-on-one setting. We help you connect with in-home and online tutoring that offers flexible scheduling and your choice of locations.

Dedicated Private 1st Grade Writing Tutoring

Varsity Tutors can help your 1st grade student build a strong writing foundation. We will find your student a dedicated online tutor who can help your student develop the writing skills necessary for their age.

Learning writing at such a young age is best done in a private, distraction-free zone. A private 1st grade writing tutor can work closely with your student to ensure that they have the right skills to move forward at the end of the school year. They can also work with your student during holiday breaks and summer vacation so that their skills remain sharp. For help finding the right tutor for your student, click "Get Started" or give us a call.

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Searching for the perfect 1st grade writing tutor can be a difficult task when you are doing it alone. We have developed a thorough vetting process that includes academic background checks, tutoring simulations, and extensive interviews.

How much does a 1st grade writing tutor cost?

The cost of 1st grade writing tutoring depends on your student's specific needs. You can choose to sign your student up for our 1st grade writing class as opposed to private tutoring.

The expertise of your student's tutor also plays into the price of tutoring. You can choose between enrolling them in private tutoring or group tutoring. Your student may need one session to get through a difficult topic, or they may need help throughout the entire semester. Give us a call for a customized price quote; we can find a plan that works with your budget.

How does online 1st grade writing tutoring work?

Online 1st grade writing tutoring is easy when your student has access to the Live Learning Platform. They can meet with their instructor face-to-face with video chat.

Your student's tutor can get to know their interests, goals, and areas of struggle. to create personalized learning plans. The tutor can answer any questions as they arise, so your student gets the most out of each session. A tutor can also increase your student's motivation by helping them set and achieve small writing goals. If your student has an urgent need between questions, they can click on Instant Tutoring to be connected with a qualified professional. Whether your student needs intensive help learning with writing basics or they just need some help fine-tuning their existing skillset, there is help available.

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Working with a 1st grade writing tutor is worth it for your student. Strong writing skills are imperative to get through the rest of their schooling.

Getting them into private tutoring now can increase their chance of being successful in the future. Plus, they get access to additional expertly created resources, including practice exams, flashcards, and many more. The Live Learning Platform automatically records each session, so if they need to go back and review a specific session, they can. Your student can deepen their understanding of a topic or subject with thoughtful discussions and intensive work with their tutor. Why not let Varsity Tutors find your student an experienced professional to help them reach their writing goals.

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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

Online 1st Grade Writing Tutoring review by Gita
We spent the session reviewing and revising the student's practice timed essay for the non-fiction book Deadly Choices. She had completed the introduction and first body paragraph before our lesson, and we improved the writing and streamlined the thesis and supporting arguments. She wrote the second body paragraph in-session and we improved it in the same fashion before working on the conclusion together. I suggested that she include more detail from this book than she would from a novel, where it would be construed as 'plot summarizing'; in this case, her teacher has not read the book and some points of her essay were too vague to allow the reader to understand her argument fully. I gave her another practice prompt from this book to give her more practice. This assignment may take place on Wednesday, unless it is pushed back to next semester.
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Online 1st Grade Writing Tutoring review by Rosa
In order to gauge what needed to be reviewed, we went over a sample language arts multiple choice test. As we went through the questions, we reviewed general multiple choice test taking techniques and also focused on sentence revision. As far as sentence revision goes, we focused heavily on punctuation and usage, including fragment sentences, comma splices, run-on sentences, and semi-colons. The student seems quite comfortable with the format of the multiple choice test and caught on quickly. He doesn't seem to have a problem scoring at least 4 out of 5 of the questions right.
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Online 1st Grade Writing Tutoring review by Emily
Today's session went well. The student and I focused on his reading comprehension questions for his English class. He is getting better at forming sentences using correct grammar. He is also getting better at explaining his answers. We also continued on with his vocabulary quiz and providing a paraphrased definition of the words provided in his lessons.
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Online 1st Grade Writing Tutoring review by Trisha
In this session, we worked on an essay assignment that the student had. He had to write about the most interesting aspect of the play thus far (till act II). He decided to focus on the relationship between the father, Orgon and Tartuffe and how Orgon was blindly obsessed with his friend. I made the student outline his essay into a 5 point paragraph, which helped plan which examples he was going to use. Overall, he did a good job with the essay.
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Online 1st Grade Writing Tutoring review by Amanda
We did a small sight word spelling test. She made 90%. We worked with a sounding out activity. We worked for a short time with beginning consonants then moved to beginning consonant blends. (Sh,sl,ch,th,wh,ph) we wrote a short story and she wrote a few sentences she made herself.
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Online 1st Grade Writing Tutoring review by Anna
This session rocked. I was so proud of the student. I wanted to get him writing in the least fear-inducing way possible, so I told him he had three minutes and he could write anything he wanted. He got nervous that he had to write a book and I told him to write the easiest words--cat, dog, and--and to just go from there. He did, and then I gave him 5 minutes and then 10 minutes and he rose to the challenge beautifully. At points he asked for more time, and he wrote more words. We spent a good 50 minutes just writing, and he underlined the words he was unsure of as he went along.
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