My son was struggling in third grade with reading certain words. Before then, he always did okay with reading, spelling, and language arts. Now, he seemed to have a short attention span, and he needed extra instructions to understand.
He struggled to pronounce certain words when reading out loud, and he sometimes struggled to use context clues to know what words meant.
He could read, but there seemed to be a gap in his ability to process what he was reading. The curriculum was moving too fast, and he couldn’t keep up. This gap in a fundamental skill was making him frustrated.
This is just the kind of thing that Skill Trek can help with. We know how busy your lives are and we also understand how skill gaps can happen in student learning and life skill learning. There are a variety of reasons why these gaps happen.
Skill Trek’s Legacy Skills Help Find Skill Gaps
Sometimes skill gaps happen in language, in processing abilities, in mathematics, or in any area of study. Academic gaps can be cognitive or noncognitive. They can happen at a young age, or they can happen when your child is older. Parents can point out a variety of reasons or causes, and it’s important that when these gaps are discovered, we spot them and work to help our children to have a strong foundation.
The stakes are high with your child and the sooner you spot the gaps and work to fill them, the better things will be for your child. You need to identify the gap, then you need to take the steps to add the skill or skills your child is missing.
This can seem like a tall order when you’re juggling many tasks. Or maybe your child has a busy schedule. It doesn’t have to be too difficult though. This is where we come in. We specialize in teaching skills to students of all ages, and we help parents because we know what to look for and we have curriculum already designed to help with these skill gaps. We will integrate it seamlessly into your existing schedule.
Skill Trek is a family-centered curriculum that is designed to help parents teach and children learn practical knowledge for life, as well as bridge the skill gaps for better learning and processing of things that are learned.
Learning will Skill Trek will not take extra time in your already-busy life. They are things your children will learn as you are going through your normal daily routine. The skills that can be taught and practiced while having dinner, doing chores, or going to school. They will accent your life, not take away from it. You can bridge those gaps and it will make all the difference in the world to your child. We’ll help you through it, every step of the way.
We know how important it is to avoid those skill gaps, and we’re going to help you with that. Sometimes it’s difficult for parents to see the skill gap and we can help identify where those gaps are and what you need to do to help fill them.
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Thanks so much for visiting, Theresa. 🙂 Have a great week ahead.