Reading Intervention for Struggling Readers or Dyslexia
Curriculum for Learning Differences
For children who are dyslexic or who struggle with reading, writing or spelling, Verticy Learning can be the solution. Verticy offers a curriculum you can use in your home designed for struggling readers. Verticy improves academic confidence in children and rekindles a love of learning.
Verticy has two educational options: The first is a complete homeschool curriculum that includes all subjects. Don’t need a full curriculum? Verticy also offers intervention programs (supplemental curriculum) for reading, writing or math.
Special Webinar Series - Fall 2014
Join Verticy Learning and Calvert Education for a 3-part series entitled: Inspire your Struggling Student. Calvert education counselors start the series off with strategies to help encourage your child to read. Visit Calvert's website to learn more and to register.
Verticy Learning Supplemental Programs
Use Verticy Learning as a Complete Homeschool Curriculum for your Struggling Reader or Writer
Verticy Learning's complete homeschool solution allows you to teach your child in the home using the time-tested Calvert Education curriculum combined with specialized instructional techniques used at the Jemicy School. Every Verticy enrollment includes:
- Time-tested curriculum in all subjects with easy to use daily lesson plans
- Online resources for multimedia instruction
- Live, personal support from a team of professionals
In Verticy's complete homeschool program, your child is placed in an appropriate level of instruction in four distinct areas:
- Phonics and Spelling
- Grammar and Composition
- Core subject areas (Social Studies/History, Science, Literature, Geography, Technology, and Art)