Mar 3, 2021
At-Home Activities That Support Your Elementary Student’s Learning | Season 3, Episode 7
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Reading specialist, Jordan Boyce, shares practical, easy and fun ideas that parents can do at home to support their elementary-aged child’s (ages 5-9) learning. Throughout the episode, Jordan provides hands-on, engaging activities to support a child’s developing reading and math skills using materials most families already have on-hand, like Legos, Magnatiles and dixie cups. She also provides book recommendations for early readers that hold children’s attention while still easily read independently.  

About the Speaker
Jordan Boyce, MEd, LDT, CALT, is a licensed dyslexia therapist (LDT) and certified academic language therapist (CALT) based in Houston, with a passion for working with students who have reading and learning difficulties and their families. She received a bachelor's degree in education and a master’s degree in special education from Texas Christian University. Jordan has over ten years of experience working with children who have learning challenges. She has previously worked at both The Parish School in Houston and at Rawson Saunders School in Austin. Jordan has a private practice, Boyce Literacy Services, where she provides academic language therapy, consultations, evaluations, and a variety of parent support services.

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