In elementary school, students begin to break down stories into their major components; the beginning, middle, and end. They also learn new vocabulary words, introduced by the author, through parenthetical statements or context clues.
Fiction and nonfiction texts are straightforward at first so that students can easily detect their structural components and recognize the use of simple literary devices. By the end of elementary school, the passages are longer and more complex. Bridging Gap educators are ready to guide your child through the up, down, and all around journey of understanding literary works.
We will save your spot for a class, but registration is not complete until parents have visited the center to sign enrollment forms on-site. We will contact you shortly after this form is submitted to schedule a day and time to meet.
What we cover with elementary students:
- story writing
- the art of writing a summary
- essay writing
- writing composition
- compare and contrast
- identifying the main idea
- letter writing
- Start Date: Ongoing
- Years Old: 5 to 11 years old
- Class Size: 4 students per class
- Class Duration: 1 hour twice per week
- Transportation: via parents
- Morning Foods: N/A
- Class Staff: N/A