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Kimberly R.

Reading, English, Writing, Proofreading, Grammar

Reading, English, Writing, Proofreading, Grammar

$60/hour

  • 356 hours tutoring

  • Needham, MA 02492


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About Kimberly


Bio

I offer tutoring to pre-kindergarten through adults with dyslexia and other reading problems. I am trained and certified in a variety of reading programs. My passion has always been helping those who struggle especially in reading to succeed. While I have experience tutoring students as young as kindergarten and as advanced as college level in a vast array of content areas, my preferences include:
Grammar - elementary school through college level
- experience with ELL...

I offer tutoring to pre-kindergarten through adults with dyslexia and other reading problems. I am trained and certified in a variety of reading programs. My passion has always been helping those who struggle especially in reading to succeed. While I have experience tutoring students as young as kindergarten and as advanced as college level in a vast array of content areas, my preferences include:
Grammar - elementary school through college level
- experience with ELL students
Writing - printing and cursive writing
- paragraph and essay writing
- research and proofreading
Reading - critical reading strategies
- research/finding important facts
- reading Strategies:
phonics, vocabulary,fluency, connections, etc.
Test taking strategies
Organization strategies

I am a Massachusetts certified English teacher grades 8 - 12. I have many years of experience in a variety of tutoring venues. In Georgia,I tutored and trained other tutors to improve the scores and understanding of students in elementary, middle, and high schools that were not making state standards. I have worked with students in Massachusetts with learning and medical disabilities as well as those who struggle with energy conservation.


Education

Framingham State College
English HS Ed
Simmons College
Masters

Policies

  • Hourly rate: $60
  • Rate details: Rate flexibility for multiple students or frequent sessions.
  • Tutor’s lessons: In-person and online
  • Travel policy: Within 7 miles of Needham, MA 02492
  • Lesson cancellation: 24 hours notice required
  • Background check passed on 9/10/2012

  • Your first lesson is backed by our Good Fit Guarantee

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Subjects

Business

Microsoft Excel,

Microsoft Excel

Prior to becoming a teacher, I worked in a variety of companies. Frequently, I would go into companies in the area of support staff, data entry, or a host of other entry level positions. I would learn the procedures and software, particularly what the software could do to expedite the flow of work. Restructure how the software was utilized and train others in these new procedures. In high school, I majored in data entry and learned to teach myself software.
Public Speaking,

Public Speaking

As a certified English teacher for grades 8-12, public speaking is part of the required yearly goals. Through my experiences both as a teacher and a drama director, I have taught public speaking skills for many years. Additionally, I have experience tutoring English Language Learners who have had the need to improve their abilities in public speaking. This requires not only the typical volume, articulation, etc of the native English speakers public speaking lessons, but also requires lessons in vocabulary, pronunciation, and grammar.
Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Word

Computer

Microsoft Excel,

Microsoft Excel

Prior to becoming a teacher, I worked in a variety of companies. Frequently, I would go into companies in the area of support staff, data entry, or a host of other entry level positions. I would learn the procedures and software, particularly what the software could do to expedite the flow of work. Restructure how the software was utilized and train others in these new procedures. In high school, I majored in data entry and learned to teach myself software.
Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Word

Corporate Training

ESL/ESOL,

ESL/ESOL

I am an English certified teacher. I took a ESL class through the Needham Community Council and volunteered time tutoring for the Community Council.
Microsoft Excel,

Microsoft Excel

Prior to becoming a teacher, I worked in a variety of companies. Frequently, I would go into companies in the area of support staff, data entry, or a host of other entry level positions. I would learn the procedures and software, particularly what the software could do to expedite the flow of work. Restructure how the software was utilized and train others in these new procedures. In high school, I majored in data entry and learned to teach myself software.
Public Speaking,

Public Speaking

As a certified English teacher for grades 8-12, public speaking is part of the required yearly goals. Through my experiences both as a teacher and a drama director, I have taught public speaking skills for many years. Additionally, I have experience tutoring English Language Learners who have had the need to improve their abilities in public speaking. This requires not only the typical volume, articulation, etc of the native English speakers public speaking lessons, but also requires lessons in vocabulary, pronunciation, and grammar.
Grammar, Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Word, Proofreading

Elementary Education

Elementary (K-6th),

Elementary (K-6th)

I have been tutoring, substitute teaching and assisting in elementary school classrooms and middle school classrooms for some time. Over the last two years, I worked as a tutor and teaching assistant for a student with medical challenges. This assignment allowed me to be in school working with the class as a whole when she was well. It also required me to be able to create and adapt lessons according to the Massachusetts Curriculum Guidelines in order to keep this student on task with her peers while she was receiving her lessons at her home or in the hospital. While living in Georgia for 2 years, I was the Program Coordinator for a tutoring company that went into school k-12 who had not made state standards. My job was testing kids, creating learning plans for them, and hire, train, and coach tutors to help these kids meet state standards. Through my various experiences in the education world, I have learned to read and create valuable, personalized lessons in accordance with state mandates at all grade levels.
Handwriting,

Handwriting

As a reading intervention instructor, I frequently have to also teach printing and cursive writing to my students.
Phonics,

Phonics

I am certified in Orton Gillingham, a phonics based reading program, by the Massachusetts General Hospital Reading Disabilities Unit. While taking this one year class, I also tutored under the direction and supervision of Newtonville Masonic Learning Center. During this time I worked one to one with 3 students ranging from third grade through eighth grade. My Master's degree is in Language and Literacy from Simmons College. While there I was trained in Wilson, Project Read, and several other reading programs. This degree and state testing that I have completed qualify me to add Reading Specialist to my teaching certification pending one year of teaching under my English certification. I believe heavily in direct, one to one, multi-sensory teaching of reading through phonics based reading. My passion for teaching reading is influenced my personal struggle in reading which did not end until I was an adult. For this reason I tutor all ages in reading with the knowledge that it is never to early or too late to learn to read.
Reading,

Reading

Since 2003, I have studied and taught reading to students of varying ages. I have worked recently in first and second grade primarily tutoring one student in all curriculum as well as reading with small groups and individuals who were struggling. I have worked with the following reading methods: Orton Gillingham, Wilson, Wilson's FUNdations, Project Read, and many others. Wilson's FUNdations is the most geared to your son's age, and Orton Gillingham is most flexible. In 2003, I took a one year course with Massachusetts General Hospital, Reading Disabilities Unit in Orton Gillingham. The focus of this class was teaching struggling readers (specifically dyslexic students) how to read. As part of this course, I tutored at the Masonic Learning Center in Newtonville working with a total of three dyslexic students varying from elementary school through middle school. In 2006, I graduated from Simmons College with a Masters in Language and Literacy. This degree provided me the opportunity to learn more reading techniques for teaching phonemes (the actual sounds that make words), phonetics (matching the letters, sounds, and rules to make the words), vocabulary building (aids speed of reading and comprehension), fluency (speed and delivery of words to make comprehension possible), and comprehension (the ultimate goal of reading). I am also a multisensory teacher who leads students to discover a need and love of reading and learning. My experience in Special Education has taught me to be adaptive and creative with instruction, and to help all students access the necessary materials their way.
Study Skills,

Study Skills

For several years, I have worked as a tutor and as a paraprofessional. During that time, I have utilized organization and study skills to keep students on track. I have a full range of organizational strategies which often help general study skills after all you cannot study what you cannot find. Work in special education has taught me many more study skills than I had learned in preparations to become a teacher. Index cards, research methods, various note taking skills, and mental mapping are only a few of the strategies in my bag of study skill tricks.
Elementary Math, Grammar, Vocabulary

English

English,

English

In 2003, I attained my Massachusetts English Teaching license. My focus is in the areas reading struggles, comprehension, improving sentence structure and grammar. I believe strongly in step-by-step building to mastery as well as multisensory instruction whenever possible.
ESL/ESOL,

ESL/ESOL

I am an English certified teacher. I took a ESL class through the Needham Community Council and volunteered time tutoring for the Community Council.
Public Speaking,

Public Speaking

As a certified English teacher for grades 8-12, public speaking is part of the required yearly goals. Through my experiences both as a teacher and a drama director, I have taught public speaking skills for many years. Additionally, I have experience tutoring English Language Learners who have had the need to improve their abilities in public speaking. This requires not only the typical volume, articulation, etc of the native English speakers public speaking lessons, but also requires lessons in vocabulary, pronunciation, and grammar.
Reading,

Reading

Since 2003, I have studied and taught reading to students of varying ages. I have worked recently in first and second grade primarily tutoring one student in all curriculum as well as reading with small groups and individuals who were struggling. I have worked with the following reading methods: Orton Gillingham, Wilson, Wilson's FUNdations, Project Read, and many others. Wilson's FUNdations is the most geared to your son's age, and Orton Gillingham is most flexible. In 2003, I took a one year course with Massachusetts General Hospital, Reading Disabilities Unit in Orton Gillingham. The focus of this class was teaching struggling readers (specifically dyslexic students) how to read. As part of this course, I tutored at the Masonic Learning Center in Newtonville working with a total of three dyslexic students varying from elementary school through middle school. In 2006, I graduated from Simmons College with a Masters in Language and Literacy. This degree provided me the opportunity to learn more reading techniques for teaching phonemes (the actual sounds that make words), phonetics (matching the letters, sounds, and rules to make the words), vocabulary building (aids speed of reading and comprehension), fluency (speed and delivery of words to make comprehension possible), and comprehension (the ultimate goal of reading). I am also a multisensory teacher who leads students to discover a need and love of reading and learning. My experience in Special Education has taught me to be adaptive and creative with instruction, and to help all students access the necessary materials their way.
Writing,

Writing

In 2003, I became a certified English teacher in the state of Massachusetts. My focus has always been finding alternative ways to bring curriculum to the student rather than forcing the curriculum on a student who may not be ready for it. In the area of writing, I teach how to brainstorm, create and utilize graphic organizers that are appropriate for MCAS and SAT writings, creation of thesis statements, and how to stay focused while providing smooth transitions. Additionally, I have a focus on grammar, punctuation, varied sentence structure, and improved vocabulary.
Grammar, Proofreading, Vocabulary

Homeschool

Elementary (K-6th),

Elementary (K-6th)

I have been tutoring, substitute teaching and assisting in elementary school classrooms and middle school classrooms for some time. Over the last two years, I worked as a tutor and teaching assistant for a student with medical challenges. This assignment allowed me to be in school working with the class as a whole when she was well. It also required me to be able to create and adapt lessons according to the Massachusetts Curriculum Guidelines in order to keep this student on task with her peers while she was receiving her lessons at her home or in the hospital. While living in Georgia for 2 years, I was the Program Coordinator for a tutoring company that went into school k-12 who had not made state standards. My job was testing kids, creating learning plans for them, and hire, train, and coach tutors to help these kids meet state standards. Through my various experiences in the education world, I have learned to read and create valuable, personalized lessons in accordance with state mandates at all grade levels.
English,

English

In 2003, I attained my Massachusetts English Teaching license. My focus is in the areas reading struggles, comprehension, improving sentence structure and grammar. I believe strongly in step-by-step building to mastery as well as multisensory instruction whenever possible.
ESL/ESOL,

ESL/ESOL

I am an English certified teacher. I took a ESL class through the Needham Community Council and volunteered time tutoring for the Community Council.
Handwriting,

Handwriting

As a reading intervention instructor, I frequently have to also teach printing and cursive writing to my students.
Reading,

Reading

Since 2003, I have studied and taught reading to students of varying ages. I have worked recently in first and second grade primarily tutoring one student in all curriculum as well as reading with small groups and individuals who were struggling. I have worked with the following reading methods: Orton Gillingham, Wilson, Wilson's FUNdations, Project Read, and many others. Wilson's FUNdations is the most geared to your son's age, and Orton Gillingham is most flexible. In 2003, I took a one year course with Massachusetts General Hospital, Reading Disabilities Unit in Orton Gillingham. The focus of this class was teaching struggling readers (specifically dyslexic students) how to read. As part of this course, I tutored at the Masonic Learning Center in Newtonville working with a total of three dyslexic students varying from elementary school through middle school. In 2006, I graduated from Simmons College with a Masters in Language and Literacy. This degree provided me the opportunity to learn more reading techniques for teaching phonemes (the actual sounds that make words), phonetics (matching the letters, sounds, and rules to make the words), vocabulary building (aids speed of reading and comprehension), fluency (speed and delivery of words to make comprehension possible), and comprehension (the ultimate goal of reading). I am also a multisensory teacher who leads students to discover a need and love of reading and learning. My experience in Special Education has taught me to be adaptive and creative with instruction, and to help all students access the necessary materials their way.
Study Skills,

Study Skills

For several years, I have worked as a tutor and as a paraprofessional. During that time, I have utilized organization and study skills to keep students on track. I have a full range of organizational strategies which often help general study skills after all you cannot study what you cannot find. Work in special education has taught me many more study skills than I had learned in preparations to become a teacher. Index cards, research methods, various note taking skills, and mental mapping are only a few of the strategies in my bag of study skill tricks.
Writing

Writing

In 2003, I became a certified English teacher in the state of Massachusetts. My focus has always been finding alternative ways to bring curriculum to the student rather than forcing the curriculum on a student who may not be ready for it. In the area of writing, I teach how to brainstorm, create and utilize graphic organizers that are appropriate for MCAS and SAT writings, creation of thesis statements, and how to stay focused while providing smooth transitions. Additionally, I have a focus on grammar, punctuation, varied sentence structure, and improved vocabulary.

Language

ESL/ESOL

ESL/ESOL

I am an English certified teacher. I took a ESL class through the Needham Community Council and volunteered time tutoring for the Community Council.

Most Popular

Elementary (K-6th),

Elementary (K-6th)

I have been tutoring, substitute teaching and assisting in elementary school classrooms and middle school classrooms for some time. Over the last two years, I worked as a tutor and teaching assistant for a student with medical challenges. This assignment allowed me to be in school working with the class as a whole when she was well. It also required me to be able to create and adapt lessons according to the Massachusetts Curriculum Guidelines in order to keep this student on task with her peers while she was receiving her lessons at her home or in the hospital. While living in Georgia for 2 years, I was the Program Coordinator for a tutoring company that went into school k-12 who had not made state standards. My job was testing kids, creating learning plans for them, and hire, train, and coach tutors to help these kids meet state standards. Through my various experiences in the education world, I have learned to read and create valuable, personalized lessons in accordance with state mandates at all grade levels.
English,

English

In 2003, I attained my Massachusetts English Teaching license. My focus is in the areas reading struggles, comprehension, improving sentence structure and grammar. I believe strongly in step-by-step building to mastery as well as multisensory instruction whenever possible.
ESL/ESOL,

ESL/ESOL

I am an English certified teacher. I took a ESL class through the Needham Community Council and volunteered time tutoring for the Community Council.
Reading,

Reading

Since 2003, I have studied and taught reading to students of varying ages. I have worked recently in first and second grade primarily tutoring one student in all curriculum as well as reading with small groups and individuals who were struggling. I have worked with the following reading methods: Orton Gillingham, Wilson, Wilson's FUNdations, Project Read, and many others. Wilson's FUNdations is the most geared to your son's age, and Orton Gillingham is most flexible. In 2003, I took a one year course with Massachusetts General Hospital, Reading Disabilities Unit in Orton Gillingham. The focus of this class was teaching struggling readers (specifically dyslexic students) how to read. As part of this course, I tutored at the Masonic Learning Center in Newtonville working with a total of three dyslexic students varying from elementary school through middle school. In 2006, I graduated from Simmons College with a Masters in Language and Literacy. This degree provided me the opportunity to learn more reading techniques for teaching phonemes (the actual sounds that make words), phonetics (matching the letters, sounds, and rules to make the words), vocabulary building (aids speed of reading and comprehension), fluency (speed and delivery of words to make comprehension possible), and comprehension (the ultimate goal of reading). I am also a multisensory teacher who leads students to discover a need and love of reading and learning. My experience in Special Education has taught me to be adaptive and creative with instruction, and to help all students access the necessary materials their way.
Study Skills,

Study Skills

For several years, I have worked as a tutor and as a paraprofessional. During that time, I have utilized organization and study skills to keep students on track. I have a full range of organizational strategies which often help general study skills after all you cannot study what you cannot find. Work in special education has taught me many more study skills than I had learned in preparations to become a teacher. Index cards, research methods, various note taking skills, and mental mapping are only a few of the strategies in my bag of study skill tricks.
Writing

Writing

In 2003, I became a certified English teacher in the state of Massachusetts. My focus has always been finding alternative ways to bring curriculum to the student rather than forcing the curriculum on a student who may not be ready for it. In the area of writing, I teach how to brainstorm, create and utilize graphic organizers that are appropriate for MCAS and SAT writings, creation of thesis statements, and how to stay focused while providing smooth transitions. Additionally, I have a focus on grammar, punctuation, varied sentence structure, and improved vocabulary.

Other

ESL/ESOL,

ESL/ESOL

I am an English certified teacher. I took a ESL class through the Needham Community Council and volunteered time tutoring for the Community Council.
Study Skills

Study Skills

For several years, I have worked as a tutor and as a paraprofessional. During that time, I have utilized organization and study skills to keep students on track. I have a full range of organizational strategies which often help general study skills after all you cannot study what you cannot find. Work in special education has taught me many more study skills than I had learned in preparations to become a teacher. Index cards, research methods, various note taking skills, and mental mapping are only a few of the strategies in my bag of study skill tricks.

Special Needs

ADHD,

ADHD

I have worked in special education as a teaching assistant and tutor for several years now. I have had training through the Needham Special Education department professional development in the areas of work remediation and refocusing individuals and whole classes as needed with students of varied behavioral and learning challenges including ADD and ADHD.
Dyslexia,

Dyslexia

Since 2003, I have studied and taught reading to students of varying ages. I have worked recently in first and second grade primarily tutoring one student in all curriculum as well as reading with small groups and individuals who were struggling. I have worked with the following reading methods: Orton Gillingham, Wilson, Wilson's FUNdations, Project Read, and many others. Wilson's FUNdations is the most geared to your son's age, and Orton Gillingham is most flexible. In 2003, I took a one year course with Massachusetts General Hospital, Reading Disabilities Unit in Orton Gillingham. The focus of this class was teaching struggling readers (specifically dyslexic students) how to read. As part of this course, I tutored at the Masonic Learning Center in Newtonville working with a total of three dyslexic students varying from elementary school through middle school. In 2006, I graduated from Simmons College with a Masters in Language and Literacy. This degree provided me the opportunity to learn more reading techniques for teaching phonemes (the actual sounds that make words), phonetics (matching the letters, sounds, and rules to make the words), vocabulary building (aids speed of reading and comprehension), fluency (speed and delivery of words to make comprehension possible), and comprehension (the ultimate goal of reading). I am also a multisensory teacher who leads students to discover a need and love of reading and learning. My experience in Special Education has taught me to be adaptive and creative with instruction, and to help all students access the necessary materials their way.
Phonics,

Phonics

I am certified in Orton Gillingham, a phonics based reading program, by the Massachusetts General Hospital Reading Disabilities Unit. While taking this one year class, I also tutored under the direction and supervision of Newtonville Masonic Learning Center. During this time I worked one to one with 3 students ranging from third grade through eighth grade. My Master's degree is in Language and Literacy from Simmons College. While there I was trained in Wilson, Project Read, and several other reading programs. This degree and state testing that I have completed qualify me to add Reading Specialist to my teaching certification pending one year of teaching under my English certification. I believe heavily in direct, one to one, multi-sensory teaching of reading through phonics based reading. My passion for teaching reading is influenced my personal struggle in reading which did not end until I was an adult. For this reason I tutor all ages in reading with the knowledge that it is never to early or too late to learn to read.
Special Needs,

Special Needs

For several years now, I have worked in special education. My focus has been students with focus issues, ADHD, memory loss, high functioning autism, non verbal learning disabilities, and other learning disabilities. I have also worked with students returning to school after a sustained absence, and students who required an alternative learning environment (examples - libraries, homes, hospitals, and a camp). I am a Massachusetts certified teacher.
Study Skills

Study Skills

For several years, I have worked as a tutor and as a paraprofessional. During that time, I have utilized organization and study skills to keep students on track. I have a full range of organizational strategies which often help general study skills after all you cannot study what you cannot find. Work in special education has taught me many more study skills than I had learned in preparations to become a teacher. Index cards, research methods, various note taking skills, and mental mapping are only a few of the strategies in my bag of study skill tricks.

Sports/Recreation

Chess

Chess

I have loved the game of chess for many years. It is a game that teaches one to not only strategize, but to be rapidly flexible in thought. It enhances a student's ability to pick out pattern and make predictions. In short Chess can improve a students skills in the classroom as well as the game room. I have taught students in first grade through adults to play chess using correct rules. My goals in teaching Chess include: rapid assessment, planning several moves ahead, predicting possible strategies of opponent, and good sportsmanship.

Summer

Elementary (K-6th),

Elementary (K-6th)

I have been tutoring, substitute teaching and assisting in elementary school classrooms and middle school classrooms for some time. Over the last two years, I worked as a tutor and teaching assistant for a student with medical challenges. This assignment allowed me to be in school working with the class as a whole when she was well. It also required me to be able to create and adapt lessons according to the Massachusetts Curriculum Guidelines in order to keep this student on task with her peers while she was receiving her lessons at her home or in the hospital. While living in Georgia for 2 years, I was the Program Coordinator for a tutoring company that went into school k-12 who had not made state standards. My job was testing kids, creating learning plans for them, and hire, train, and coach tutors to help these kids meet state standards. Through my various experiences in the education world, I have learned to read and create valuable, personalized lessons in accordance with state mandates at all grade levels.
ESL/ESOL,

ESL/ESOL

I am an English certified teacher. I took a ESL class through the Needham Community Council and volunteered time tutoring for the Community Council.
Reading,

Reading

Since 2003, I have studied and taught reading to students of varying ages. I have worked recently in first and second grade primarily tutoring one student in all curriculum as well as reading with small groups and individuals who were struggling. I have worked with the following reading methods: Orton Gillingham, Wilson, Wilson's FUNdations, Project Read, and many others. Wilson's FUNdations is the most geared to your son's age, and Orton Gillingham is most flexible. In 2003, I took a one year course with Massachusetts General Hospital, Reading Disabilities Unit in Orton Gillingham. The focus of this class was teaching struggling readers (specifically dyslexic students) how to read. As part of this course, I tutored at the Masonic Learning Center in Newtonville working with a total of three dyslexic students varying from elementary school through middle school. In 2006, I graduated from Simmons College with a Masters in Language and Literacy. This degree provided me the opportunity to learn more reading techniques for teaching phonemes (the actual sounds that make words), phonetics (matching the letters, sounds, and rules to make the words), vocabulary building (aids speed of reading and comprehension), fluency (speed and delivery of words to make comprehension possible), and comprehension (the ultimate goal of reading). I am also a multisensory teacher who leads students to discover a need and love of reading and learning. My experience in Special Education has taught me to be adaptive and creative with instruction, and to help all students access the necessary materials their way.
Study Skills,

Study Skills

For several years, I have worked as a tutor and as a paraprofessional. During that time, I have utilized organization and study skills to keep students on track. I have a full range of organizational strategies which often help general study skills after all you cannot study what you cannot find. Work in special education has taught me many more study skills than I had learned in preparations to become a teacher. Index cards, research methods, various note taking skills, and mental mapping are only a few of the strategies in my bag of study skill tricks.
Writing,

Writing

In 2003, I became a certified English teacher in the state of Massachusetts. My focus has always been finding alternative ways to bring curriculum to the student rather than forcing the curriculum on a student who may not be ready for it. In the area of writing, I teach how to brainstorm, create and utilize graphic organizers that are appropriate for MCAS and SAT writings, creation of thesis statements, and how to stay focused while providing smooth transitions. Additionally, I have a focus on grammar, punctuation, varied sentence structure, and improved vocabulary.
GED

Test Preparation

GED

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Terrific Reading/Writing Tutor

As my 9 year old daughter says, "Kimberly R is very kind, patient and helpful." Kimberly R. is most creative and perceptive- keying in on what specifically motivates and interests my daughter. As a result, we're seeing great improvements in reading and writing skills and my daughter does not feel as though she is "working" to develop these areas. Kimberly is a seasoned reading and writing tutor - she is most prepared at each session and leverages her experiences with practical/creative approaches to tutoring. My daughter truly enjoys working with Kimberly R.!

Carolyn, 37 lessons with Kimberly

Outstanding!

Kimberly is a delight! She works to find the best way to help your child learn. She is truly dedicated to educating children. Her skills are impeccable. I highly recommend her.

Michelle, 157 lessons with Kimberly

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