I offer a complimentary service to evaluate your student academically and discuss the services I can provide for your family and your student. After this initial consultation, I will recommend a suggested path to help your child make academic gains.
Email me at Kellyann@home2schoolconnection.com to schedule your free consultation.
These sessions help strengthen students' skills for those who have fallen behind their peers. I also provide accelerated lessons for those students performing beyond their years in school by deepening their knowledge of the subjects within their curriculum.
Learning during the time of a pandemic looks very different from traditional learning. I am here to support your child's academic needs while learning at home or in school. I will take the role of support facilitator, working with your child to process the knowledge gained during class time but perhaps not quite mastered. I can also help your child dig deeper into the content learned in school or through distance learning.
Families are being tasked to decide how their students will learn this fall, online or in person. Two of the biggest factors parents are considering are the social and emotional elements of learning. Students can join a Collaborative Classroom Cube here in order to deepen their learning while fulfilling their social and emotional needs.
I offer complete services in the STEAM field, including robotics, engineering, and problem-based learning. I also provide lessons in video editing, including stop motion and the use of green screens. In addition, I offer classes in the arts category whether it be crafts or more advanced skills, such as sewing and quilting to help improve fine motor skills and cognitive thinking.
I am here to help the parents understand how to help their students learn.
In the spring, distance learning proved to be very frustrating for many of the families across the country. I can work with you to better equip you with the tools you need to help your child succeed without the frustration you may have experienced earlier this year.