Do you know how children learn to read? Do you know how to recognize if a child needs professional help?
On Wednesday October 14 at 3:45 p.m., Windy Row's Stephanie Hood will offer a free presentation to parents, educators and professionals at Highbridge Elementary School in New Ipswich. She will explain the mechanics of reading and why some children struggle, answer questions and suggest ways to address reading issues for families and teachers. Many thanks to Highbridge Principal Marion Saari who invited Stephanie to speak at the school.
Stephanie Wood is an experienced English and special education teacher who worked in the Monadnock region and Massachusetts school districts. She has served as both a special education chair and an assistant vice-principal. After receiving her B.A. from Franklin Pierce, she went on to earn master degree in education from Antioch University. She has worked with Windy Row for over a year now, to share her insights into reading and the reading challenges experienced by young children.
How do you know if your child is ready to read?
When should you worry if your child is falling behind peers in reading?
Why is your child getting a reputation for "laziness" or "underachieving" when you know your child as a smart, perceptive kid?
What can you do if your child is exhausted by school work?
Bring us your questions; we'll help you find answers.
If you are interested in this interactive, lively presentation, please join us on October 14 at 3:45 p.m.
Want to bring Stephanie in to speak to your group? Contact Windy Row by phone (603-924-7198) or by email.