Hiring an online reading tutor is stressful. If your child is having early reading challenges, try a week of risk-free tutoring.

You’ll get an assessment and one tutoring session and you won’t pay unless you decide to continue.

In all honesty, if I were a parent looking for a tutor for a child who’s behind in reading, I’d be stressed.Photo of girl reading Tutoring is expensive! Yes, I said it. There’s no way around it. You could get a cheap tutor, but if your child is below grade level in reading, I would not recommend that.

What’s more, no matter how many lovely things a tutor says on her website, you won’t really know what it’s like for your child to tutor with her until after you’ve hired her.

Even if she’s a great reading tutor, there might be a lack of rapport. She might be the best tutor in the world for some students, but not as great with others.

And yes, all of that’s as true for me as it is for any other tutor.

That’s why I’m giving you an offer that takes the risk out of hiring a new reading tutor.

Sign up for an online reading assessment and one tutoring session.

I will NOT take any payment information from you.

After the two sessions are completed, if you choose to continue the lessons, I’ll bill you for the full month; after that you’ll receive bills at the beginning of each 4-week period.

If you don’t want to continue the tutoring, just let me know and we’ll stop. No money owed and no questions asked (although I will welcome your feedback if you choose to share it).

Why Should You Choose Me?

Should you take me up on this offer just because it’s free of risk? No! Your time is valuable, and so is your child’s time.

Online Reading Tutor Janet BeatriceMy name is Janet Beatrice and I help kids in grades 1 to 3 who are struggling to learn to read. I’ve been working with children from ages 6 months to 15 years in various capacities for over 20 years. It wasn’t until I started working as an online reading tutor for children who were struggling to learn to read that I found my true calling.

Since then, I’ve learned all I could about the best methods for teaching kids to read, especially those who are struggling to learn.

I use a method called Reading Simplified, which embraces the principles from the Science of Reading, but, as the name suggests, simplifies the process. This makes an ideal method for kids who are overwhelmed by methods such as Orton-Gillingham.

Here’s what one mom said about her son’s progress after working with me:

“After only his first few classes you could see the change in his confidence with reading.  We are homeschoolers and I’ve tried various methods to help him with his reading with little result. Ms. Jan is able to unlock something in him that I haven’t been able to. He has improved so much in such a short time. He’s a talker and a wiggler and she’s so patient with him. She engages him through his interest that she’s taken the time to get to know. It been a great experience!”

What’s the cost of the tutoring?

If you choose to continue, each 40- to 45-minute class will cost $40, to be paid in advance each month. When a child is struggling with a subject, tutoring is most effective when done at least twice a week, but lessons can be scheduled for anywhere between 1 to 4 times per week.

Let me to help you and your child

If your child is struggling to learn to read, I can help. Feel free to set up an online meeting with me at Cal.com/janet-b/30min or send me an email at janet.m.beatrice@gmail.com to ask questions or set up your child’s assessment and first lesson.

I look forward to meeting you and your child soon!


Janet Beatrice

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