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Let’s Read English as an Afterschool Supplement

Let's Read English as an Afterschool Supplement

How can I use Let’s Read English as an after-school supplement?

Let’s Read English is an excellent after-school helper. We often get these questions below. We’ve asked some parents to share their views on these frequently asked questions. Click on each link that states the question you need answer with to find out how parents are using Let’s Read English to help their kids after school.

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How would I use Let’s Read English for children who want extra stimulation and enrichment?

Amelia’s story:

So, when my daughter, Ivy, started school, I noticed few important things:

#1 Ivy enjoys the social part of the school and staying alone with other children and her tutor.

#2 Ivy needs more than what she gets from school and more than what I could provide for her at home. I tried different methods like; ad hoc and also introduced the use of workbooks, educational games online, and also read books to her every day but none could help to meet her need to learn better; however, all these were expensive and debilitating for me.

I came across the Let’s Read English course when I was surfing the internet for after-school and supplement curriculum online. To my greatest surprise, my daughter stayed glued to the first lesson. Also, each module is appropriate for the grade and age, designed for end users so young learners can navigate the pages without the instructor’s guide. The lesson is awesome! It’s fun and interesting with some music. I love this part where the stories are being read to her before she could read them. The best part for her is the playground. A place she can go to when she is through with her lessons for a fixed period, which I customized. I love the student portfolio; there I can easily check her progress and pick the grade level and lessons for her as well.

Ivy started from kindergarten level while in pre-school, studying 3-4 days a week and weekends as well. It’s like a daily routine for her during the summer break. This helps her to get ahead with her study. The next session, we started with 2-4 days a week going through each module in Language Arts, Social Studies, Math, Language Arts Extension, and Science. Sometimes we take lectures that complete the school program, and most times, we just take the program’s lessons sequentially and once she is through with each grade level, we move to the next level. Now she is in Grade 1 and has finished the Grade 2 Social Studies module and Grade 1 science module. She always enjoys using Let’s Read English even if she has homework from school; she still finds a way to take classes in Let’s Read English because of the fun activities and she is also learning while having fun, which is OK with me.

Multicultural university students studying outdoors with books and devices, preparing for lessons

How would I use Let’s Read English to help a child succeed at school?

Sophia’s Story:

My daughter Olivia (fourth grade) always comes back with math questions she is struggling with. The very first time she brought the question to me; I suggest Let’s Read English for her because we’d open the Let’s Read English account in the previous week to help her prosper in school and she liked every bit of it. So far, Let’s Read English has been a go-to place for her whenever she has a problem with any subject and she’s followed the lessons in order.

With the lesson plans, Olivia picked all division activities. The site is easy for Olivia to navigate. At first, she searched for long division but couldn’t find anything. But when she checked the curriculum, she discovered about eight programs that teach division:

Lesson Topic Lesson Activity Number

Dividing with 2-digit Divisors-Solve two-digit division problems with and without remainders.

40901 40905 40906 4B013 4B014 4B015

Dividing with 1-digit Divisors-Divide dividends up to four-digits by one-digit with and without remainders. (Include quotients with 0’s)

40887 40890

She checked various programs and discovered the class that detailed what she wants to learn. I think she did this like four times. As a parent, the amazing part for me is that whenever she needs help, with Let’s Read English, there is always a feature that will help her get the help she needs. She can easily lookup for what she needs in Let’s Read English and study at her own pace. To her Let’s Read English is a “private learning tutor” and it has helped her to get ahead in academics.   

Key Features of Let’s Read English’s Home Education Curriculum

LetsReadEnglish.com uses 1500+ multimedia programs, graded activities, and printable worksheets in a self-paced surrounding which brings ideas to life. Math and language arts are programs tallies with state standards. Social studies, science, and art are provided to most grades as well.

Parents and tutors have access to lesson plansprintable worksheetslecture tools (tutors can access it at the Parent Dashboard), detailed reportingand parental help on our online Parent Forum.

Schoolgirl at school
  • Scholars can log in and work at their own pace
  • For each subject, parents and/or teachers can set the grade level
  • Users have access to the grade below and above their current grade so they can review and have a feel of those grades levels
  • We have a well-outlined lesson plan for parents that want to review lesson content
  • Users can access our online playground that inspires and rewards students
  • Our platform has an auto-grading feature that grades and keeps reports for homeschool portfolio usage(shown below)
  • Simply sign up and get started immediately!

LetsReadEnglish.com uses 1500+ multimedia programs, graded activities, and printable worksheets in a self-paced surrounding which brings ideas to life. Math and language arts are programs tallies with state standards. Social studies, science, and art are provided to most grades as well.

Parents and tutors have access to lesson plansprintable worksheetslecture tools (tutors can access it at the Parent Dashboard), detailed reportingand parental help on our online Parent Forum.

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