Award-Winning Reading Tutors in Redmond, WA

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Mr. D. was able to keep my daughter engaged and interested the entire session. He made her feel confident with reading. She stated that he was the "best teacher in the world". She gave him two thumbs up and a heart. I'm very pleased with my investment towards my child's education using Varsity Tutors.

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Mr. D. was able to keep my daughter engaged and interested the entire session. He made her feel confident with reading. She stated that he was the "best teacher in the world". She gave him two thumbs up and a heart. I'm very pleased with my investment towards my child's education using Varsity Tutors.

— Shakia

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Mr. D. was able to keep my daughter engaged and interested the entire session. He made her feel confident with reading. She stated that he was the "best teacher in the world". She gave him two thumbs up and a heart. I'm very pleased with my investment towards my child's education using Varsity Tutors.

— Shakia

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My daughter has gone up 3 reading grade levels since starting with her tutor!

— Deb

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The tutor that was paired with my daughter was perfect and fits Bella's needs. Bella struggles with attention and has been on a 504 plan for years. The tools used, the interaction and flexibility are priceless. I was hesitant at first but now I'd do it again and I recommend Varsity Tutors!!

— Isabella W

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I am very happy with our experience so far with Varsity Tutors. They matched my daughter with a reading specialist Mary and she is wonderful! My 10 year old daughter feels happy after her sessions and believes her tutor has already helped her.

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Private In-Home and Online Reading Tutoring in Redmond, WA

Receive personally tailored Reading 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.

How can Reading tutoring help you?

As your child begins their formal education, you want them to have the best chance for success. Reading is a fundamental skill, taught as early as pre-kindergarten in some schools, which continues to be built upon in all other areas - not only in school, but throughout an individual's life. Being able to read and discuss what a person has read will translate into personal and professional interactions well into your child's adult years. Reading comprehension is vital to all grade levels, as well. However, some children may not receive the personal attention they need to build this skill. Fortunately, there is help! All of the tutors whom Varsity Tutors can connect you with in Redmond, WA, are skilled in teaching reading.

Our educational directors can help you locate an independent tutor in Redmond who is skilled at teaching the fundamentals of reading to students of all levels. The tutor we match your child with can build skills in specific areas of reading comprehension, whether your child needs help with the basics of reading, such as pronouncing characters in the alphabet, or they have advanced to more complex reading comprehension needs, such as understanding rhythm and rhyme in poetry or story mapping to better understand a section of a standardized test. Regardless of the subject of the standardized test, all Washington state standardized tests require students to be able to read questions and understand how to find the answer. Smarter Balanced specifically tests English proficiency, in addition to math, but reading is also involved on other tests, such as the Measurements of Student Progress (MSP) or the End-of-Course (EOC) Exams, which do not specifically test English or writing skills.

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Session Summaries by Reading Tutors

Reading Tutoring review by Janay in Redmond, WA
1. CVCE matching. 2. Sight words. 3. Told a story verbally. Asked him to answer verbally in complete sentences. I had to cue him. 4. Read a Level 1 book: Charlie goes to the Doctor. He made some inferences. Reading a little choppy but decent. 5. Answered questions in writing about the story. Sounded out some words. I had to tell him to refer to the question to spell words that were given to him.
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Reading Tutoring review by Chantal in Redmond, WA
We worked on a new method to improve the student's reading comprehension. We read from the book Island of the Blue Dolphins out loud by alternating every three or four paragraphs until we completed the first chapter. After each set I asked the student some questions to determine her level of comprehension. It was difficult for her at first and then she started to focus differently. We then went back to the study book and worked on reading comprehension, vocabulary, verbal reasoning, and grammar. This was one of the student's best sessions.
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Reading Tutoring review by Molly in Redmond, WA
First, the student and I practiced sight words. We reviewed sight words we already practiced together, then learned "I," "can," and "see." To practice concept of word, I put each sight word onto its own note card then put them into a sentence. He practiced reading the words in order one at a time, pointing to the cards. He practiced reading and identifying the words out of order as well. Then, we read a sight word practice book called "I Can See." We also read "What is it?" for review. Then, we played a sight words matching game for sight word fluency. Finally, we played a letter tiles "game" to begin learning about how to make words with letters. For the first time, the student successfully created the word "it" by reading the sounds "i" and "t" and putting them together in an order that blends to make "it." This is awesome progress!
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Reading Tutoring review by Shaina in Redmond, WA
This session focused mainly on reading skills. We practiced reading various fiction and nonfiction texts. With the fiction texts, we read with a focus on using expression, paying attention to word endings and retelling using descriptive details and vocabulary provided in the text. With the nonfiction texts, we focused word endings, noticing why the author included certain nonfiction text features in the book and self-monitoring reading overall. Overall, the student did very well.
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Reading Tutoring review by Patricia in Redmond, WA
Most of the session was used to help the student with his homework and preparing for his major tests at school the next day. First, we worked on the latest states, their abbreviations, and their capitals. He'd been studying them and was confident of them when we moved on. Next, we addressed his math definitions. He'd also studied these earlier and did well.
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Reading Tutoring review by Kathleen in Redmond, WA
The student and I reviewed the concepts he is covering in math which include geometry, reasoning and recognizing multiples and digits. He can quickly surmise what each math problem is asking but does not read the directions so can miss some elements of the problem. After we finished going over his math, we worked on reading a chapter book. He read three chapters! He is getting so much more comfortable with his sight words and tackling new words. The student is progressing quite nicely!
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