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PRIDE Learning Center
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Reading, Writing, Spelling and Comprehension Tutoring
Reading, Writing, Spelling and Comprehension Tutoring

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Each child learns in a slightly different way, experts say, and figuring out which style it is can help assure academic success. Dr. Abbe Barron, a clinical psychologist in Los Angeles, explains why in this article. 

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I hope that everyone had an amazing Winter Holiday with a lot of rest and relaxation. I am so excited that this is our 12th year! I want to share with you the story of how PRIDE Learning Center all began...

We will have a booth at the Angel Stadium of Anaheim this Sunday, Dec. 6th from 9:00am - 1:00pm please stop by and say hi to us. #autism #autismspeaks #autismwalk #angelstadium

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The kids at PRIDE are shown these high-utility words in different colors as part of the Orton-Gillingham lesson. GREEN is fully decodable, YELLOW is less common and RED is a sight word. #ortongillingham #learningtoread #dyslexia
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The Reading Process is quite complicated and if you have a child with a reading disability it gets even more complicated. Learn more from our article...


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For daily automaticity drills in the Orton-Gillingham - we use phoneme cards. The cards are color coded w/ green for vowels, white for consonants, yellow for less-common letter teams and purple for prefixes, and blue for suffixes. Really sticks with our kids.
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Is your child a fluent reader? Read our article on how to measure reading rate and how to improve it. 

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Here is an example of one of our students using the multisensory, Orton-Gillingham approach. The yellow circles are vowels and the whites are consonants. She is bringing down each sound in isolation and then blending them together. 
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Do you worry that your child might have dyslexia? What do you do?

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Do you think your child might have Dyslexia? Here are a few common warning signs to look out for...
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