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Phoenix university (Education)
I hold my Associates degree in Early Childhood Education. I am currently finishing up my BS in Elementary Education. I have worked at the same school for over two year with children aged 6-9. I have a son of my own so understand the desire of wanting what is best for your children! By tutoring, you are reinforcing the importance of education which is an incredibly important appreciation to instill. I would be honored to help you & your child meet and exceed your goals!
Focus on dynamic addition and subtraction, static addition and subtraction, multiplication, division, time and money.
Focus on reading, reading comprehension, spelling and vocabulary.
I work in a Montessori environment with children aged 6-9 and am willing to bring that "child led initiative" into tutoring but with guidance so as to see results. I hold my Associates degree in Early Childhood Education. I am currently finishing up my BS in Elementary Education. I have worked at the same school for over two year with children aged 6-9. I have a son of my own so understand the desire of wanting what is best
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Being an assistant in a lower elementary Montessori classroom, we focus heavily on handwriting. Not only do we encourage strengthening the muscles in children's hands through pincer grasp activities, we allow them to trace sandpaper letters with their fingers as well as practice in a tray of sand. Print is secondary to cursive writing.