Multisensory Education

Multisensory learning involves the use of visual, auditory, and kinesthetic-tactile pathways simultaneously to enhance memory and learning of written language. Links are constantly made between the visual, auditory, and

kine​sthetic-tactile pathways in learning to read and spell. When taught by a multisensory approach, students have the advantage of learning alphabetic patterns and words with engagement of all learning styles.

All children enrolled in Reading Friends will receive multisensory teaching on the following:

Spatial Awareness - Laterality and Directionality    •    Balance    •    Locomotion    •    Visual-Motor Coordination    •  Rhythm    •    Gross Motor Coordination    •    Fine Motor Coordination    •    Body Image

Toddler Playing Drums

Developmental

2-years-old    •    Tue/Thu    •    9am-1pm

Annual Rate:    $4,500    ($500/month)

Registration & Supply:    $375

The Developmental program focuses specifically on developing the following skills: 

  • Receptive language development

  • Verbal expression

  • Vocabulary development​

  • Number recognition

  • Color recognition

  • Shape recognition

  • Perceptual motor training​

  • Listening skills

  • Creative art

  • Singing and music

  • Indoor and outdoor play

Primary

3-years-old    •    Mon/Wed/Fri    •    9am-1pm

Annual Rate:    $4,950    ($550/month)

Registration & Supply:    $375

*5-day option available with limited enrollment

The Primary program focuses specifically on developing the following skills: 

  • Pre-reading skills

  • Letter recognition

  • Receptive language development

  • Verbal expression

  • Vocabulary development​

  • Number recognition

  • Color recognition

  • Shape recognition

  • ​Perceptual motor training

  • Listening skills

  • Creative art

  • Singing and music

  • Indoor and outdoor play

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Pre-K

4-years-old    •    Mon–Fri    •    9am-1pm

Annual Rate:    $5,850    ($650/month)

Registration & Supply:    $375

The Pre-K program focuses specifically on developing the following skills: 

  • Basic phonetic concepts

  • Sound-symbol association

  • Coding and blending

  • Decoding and spelling

  • Handwriting​

  • Addition​

  • Subtraction

  • Fractions

  • Time​​​

  • Vocabulary development

  • Creative art

  • Singing and music

  • Social Studies

  • Science 

  • Life skills

  • Indoor and outdoor play

Need your preschooler to stay until 2pm?

Check out our Enrichment Classes!

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