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Top 5 Reasons to Sign Up for a Summer Program!

Posted on: June 27th, 2014 by  admin No Comments

At WSEA Tutoring we Focus on Common CORE Strategies while making learning fun! We provide individual attention that promotes a LOVE of learning! Why shouldn’t learning be fun? We make learning fun Reading, reading, reading! Maintain Reading and math skills through the summer We provide individual attention that promotes a love of learning Preparing for   Continue Reading…

$25 OFF Summer Workshops when you sign up with a friend!

Posted on: June 6th, 2014 by  admin No Comments

Register for any Summer Workshop with a friend in July or August and both you and your friend will receive $25 off tuition! View Complete List of Summer Workshops. Not valid with any other offer.

Finish Your Child’s School Year Strong!

Posted on: May 16th, 2014 by  admin No Comments

Are you tired of fighting your children to do homework? We all know the answer to that question! Spring Fever, we have all experienced this as parents. The temperature outside is getting warmer and the days are getting longer. There are many distractions that your children are exposed to at the end of the school   Continue Reading…

Spring Into Summer Special! $50 Off Any Four Week Program!

Posted on: May 13th, 2014 by  admin No Comments

Register for any June 4-week Program in May and receive $50 off tuition. This is valid for: Semi-private 4 week block T, W, Th, June 10-July 3, total of 12 hours. 1 hr. class unless noted. Classes are in a.m. at Grace, p.m. at Zion FIRST GRADE PREP – ELEMENTARY Not valid with any other   Continue Reading…

Changes to the SAT

Posted on: April 4th, 2014 by  john No Comments

This is big news for students taking the PSAT in the fall of 2015 and students taking the SAT in the spring of 2016. The College Board has not released all of the changes but here is an update including revisions. Scoring and Format • The SAT will return to a 1600 point score .   Continue Reading…

$100 Gift Certificate Winner Announced!

Posted on: February 17th, 2014 by  admin No Comments

WE HAVE A WINNER! Congratulations to Mary Kay M. of Naperville for winning WSEA Tutoring’s $100 Gift Certificate! Please contact us so we can get you your $100 Gift Certificate!

Create a Family Reading Journal – Make Reading Fun, and More Interactive

Posted on: December 12th, 2013 by  Camille Jones No Comments

Summer is meant to be a time when we can all be more relaxed; enjoying a family vacation, days at the pool, or simply being outdoors enjoying the sun and warmth. However, we shouldn’t take a vacation from learning altogether. We can still keep up our kids’ reading and writing skills and have fun doing   Continue Reading…

Crossing the Midline – Energizing Breaks

Posted on: December 3rd, 2013 by  Diane Nelson No Comments

What makes us move, makes us think. New learning follows established motor patterns first, before it is stored in the cortex. Therefore, if we teach our students to move better, the better thinkers they will become. The brain seeks patterns. Locomotor movements are built on patterns; for example crawling, walking or riding a bike. Information   Continue Reading…

Mneumonic Devices

Posted on: December 3rd, 2013 by  Jennifer Bredberg No Comments

Need a strategy for memorizing and organizing material? Mnemonic devices can help. These devices are simply memory tools that aid students in the retention of information. Students who struggle with committing information to memory can use these devices to aid them in memorization. In order to file information into long term memory, it helps to   Continue Reading…

Multisensory Vocabulary Strategies

Posted on: December 3rd, 2013 by  Jennifer Bredberg No Comments

There are a variety of ways to practice vocabulary words but in order to master new words, it is important to incorporate as many senses as possible. The key to learning new words is through repetition. The best strategy is to practice for 10-15 minutes a day over a long period of time. Trying to   Continue Reading…