Alphabet Adventures

Give your child the foundation they need for future reading success with our new Alphabet Adventures!

Our strategically designed program offers children in preschool and kindergarten a structured literacy approach to help improve alphabet knowledge, pre-reading skills and phonemic awareness; and are taught by teachers trained in Orton-Gillingham methodology.

Highlights of the program include:

  • Small group and individualized instruction.
  • Multisensory methods using visual, auditory, kinesthetic and tactile methods.
  • Evidence-based strategies.

Alphabet Adventures is offered twice a week at our Lower School campus in Broadview Heights. Each session lasts for an hour and a half.

What is phonemic awareness?

Phonemic awareness is an important early step in learning to read. Understood.org does a great job of explaining what it is and how it differs from phonological awareness in this article.

Why is phonemic awareness important?

A child's level of phonemic awareness upon entering school is widely held to be the strongest, single determinant of success that she or he will experience in learning to read – or, conversely, the likelihood that she or he will fail. In fact, research shows that phonemic awareness can be developed through instruction, and – furthermore – that doing so significantly accelerates children's subsequent reading and writing achievement.

Inquire Now

New students are admitted throughout the school year. Call 440.832.7850 or email rlewis@lawrenceschool.org for more information.




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