Reading Rocks!

Reading Rocks is a FREE 8-week one-on-one literacy program for children aged 6-12 who require support with their literacy skills (those with LDs and struggling readers). Children are matched with a trained tutor who adapts a poster board workstation and literacy program according to the child’s specific needs. The program focuses on the essential literacy concepts of phonics, sight words, and fluency. Tutors develop and implement engaging, hands-on literacy activities to address these areas and build children’s motivation. Each week, children set goals and graph their success in these areas on their poster board, contributing to self-regulated learning. One of the aims of Reading Rocks is to make reading fun!

For: Children aged 6-12, who have a learning disability OR who are struggling readers


Our Winter 2020 Programs are now Full.   We will be running programming in Spring and Fall in Guelph and Wellington County. 

Please send us an e-mail if you would be interested in us running a Summer Program 

Please sign up for our Newsletter                 to receive notice of upcoming programs.     

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For questions or more information, contact:
Erika Longman, Reading Rocks Coordinator ; (519) 837-6075

For more information about Reading Rocks:

Read Testimonials from Parents about Reading Rocks

Read a Journal Article about Reading Rocks  from the American Journal of Applied Psychology

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