Summer Hank Zipzer Book Club for boys with learning disabilities

Thursday, Jul 6, 2017 by Child & Family Development

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Marie Arrington MAT NCBT, educational specialist at the Pineville office of Child and Family Development, is leading a special summer reading groups for students with learning disabilities, including 2 groups just for boys based on the Hank Sipzer series by Henry Winkler!

The "Fonz", Henry Winkler struggled through his school years due to his undiagnosed dyslexia. However, as is clearly very evident today, he has achieved some remarkable things.  Every time he autographs his children's book, he writes, “You have greatness within you.” To read more about Henry Winkler’s life and experiences, and also learn more about the Hank Zipzer series, click here.  

This greatness message is part of the I Can Read Too!: Summer Book Clubs too! Boys will not only work on decoding, building fluency, and improving comprehension, but they will also be able to participate in discussions with other boys who are going through similar experiences, whether it be in school or outside of school. Conversations will be open, sensitive, but also fun because these two books are FUN to read!

Details are listed below but are flexible based on participant's availability.  

Here’s Hank: Bookmarks are People Too!

  • Rising 2nd & 3rd Grade Boys
  • MON, TUE, THU 12-1
  • Dates: 7/17, 7/18, 7/20, 7/24, 7/25, 7/27

Hank Zipzer: Niagara Falls or Does It?

  • Rising 4th & 5th Grade Boys
  • MON, TUE, THU from 3-4
  • Dates: 7/17, 7/18, 7/20, 7/24, 7/25, 7/27

Programs are offered in 6 session bundles. Full payment of $300.00 is required at the time of enrollment.  These sessions are not billable to insurance and are non-refundable. Unexpected provider-canceled sessions will be rescheduled to a designated make-up date and offered at no additional cost. To ensure optimal placement, a free 15-minute phone intake is required before enrolling to review presenting concerns and medical history. Weekly attendance is strongly encouraged to build continuity of skills. Attendees make more progress with consistent attendance to review and practice skills.

  • Families purchase and bring the book to every session.      
  • A minimum of two participants is required for the group.
  • Individual sessions are available in lieu of a group.

Contact Marie Arrington, MAT, NBCT, Educational Specialist, 704-541-9080 ext. 218, marrington@childandfamilydevelopment.com

Click here to print the I Can Read Too! Summer Book Club page.

 

Topics: Marie Arrington, C&FD Educational Services

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