Want to know if Reading Escapades & Math Explorers is right for your family? Check out these reviews!
My daughter loves learning at Reading Escapades; she has been taking a Spanish class for the past three years. It is a great place to learn in a fun and positive environment.
~ Jenn S.
Awesome place to go and grow. Wonderful ratio of students to teachers and plenty of attention given to all. I feel so much better with this type of educational opportunity for my kids. I hate when they are limited to the achievements of other students as in traditional public education.
~ Larry W.
My kids love going to math class at reading escapades. It has helped both the girls a lot. The teachers are great with the girls. I would recommend it to anyone who needs or wants extra help!
~ Jennifer T.
My kiddos aged 8-4 LOVE reading escapades. They have attended the camps held during the summer and on school holidays. It is refreshing to take them somewhere that gets them excited about learning, reading, and math. It is a GREAT way to fill up a school holiday or summer day. I never have to ask the kiddos twice if they would like to go to one of Reading Escapades Events. Christine and her staff do a WONDERFUL TOP NOTCH JOB!
I think every child should be able to have such a positive program in their life! Miss Christine has helped my son Dylan learn so much! It is the way she interacts with the kids and how she has them look at problem to solve. She makes them feel comfortable and gives them the confidence they need to learn! She makes it fun and they learn soooo much! You can see Miss Christine loves what’s she does!
Reading Escapades and Math Explorers really helped my family. We used to come for fun camps where they understood my children and created an environment that worked for them. When math became very difficult for us, I decided to call and see if they could help. What a difference they made! When we sat down with Miss Christine to discuss the problem, it was like she had a camera in the house – she knew exactly that we always put off math until the end of the day with the hope of not getting to it. When she asked my son what his goal was, he answered, “To do zero minutes of math a day.” He didn’t know how to subtract with borrowing. However, that day, she showed him how to do it by using a word problem she came up with based on his favorite TV show. My daughter just couldn’t get her multiplication tables, and she gave us games that my daughter loves to play. We are now working on-line with Miss Christine and she helps me create an environment where they want to learn. Now, instead of fighting and tears, they eagerly go on the computer to do the problems that she assigns for them every day.
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