3rd Grade Online and In-Person Tutoring

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From 2nd to 3rd Grade

WoW what a change!

Children entering 3rd grade have either decided that school is AWESOME or school is just too hard. Kindergarten through 2nd grade are the impressionable years, and if a child found themselves struggling to keep up with academic demands, 3rd grade from some children is a make or break kind of year. However, 3rd graders are natural to go-getters, and up for new challenges. It’s natural to want to see your child carry that adventurous spirit in their academic career. As parents, we know you want to build your child’s confidence and enthusiasm to become lifelong learners.
Our team of expert grade 3 tutors are ready to adapt to your child’s unique learning needs and remedial support to improve learning in math, English, writing, and science.

Tutoring and Focus Subjects 3rd Grade

Phonics and Reading

Our experienced reading tutors will begin with teaching phonics, necessary reading skills, vocabulary, and spelling.

Writing

Our experienced writing tutors understand the power of writing. They foster within their students the abilities to organize their thoughts and build the skills needed to write clear and concise descriptions, narratives, and informative sentences and paragraphs

Spelling and Vocabulary

Our experienced tutors focus on how words are spelled and pronounced and then focus on the meaning of the words by using them in context.

Number Sense

Our experienced tutors will develop their student's abilities to understand, relate, and connect numbers. With a healthy number sense, children can think flexibly and fluently about numbers.

Reading Comprehension

Our experienced tutors will develop reading comprehension skills in their students to understand and interpret what they have read, decode what they read, make connections between what they read and what they already know, and think deeply about what they have read.

Problem Solving

Our experienced tutors include problem-solving skills in sessions with their students. Problem-solving strategies can help with subjects like math, reading, writing, and help them develop excellent social skills. Problem-solving teaches kids to stop and think before they act.

Critical thinking:

Our experienced tutors seek out imaginative ways to include critical thinking skills by encouraging their students to ask questions, promote decision-making, encourage partner work in classroom discussions, and learn from others' different viewpoints.

Math

Our experienced tutors focus on two key areas to build a strong math foundation. First, we look to fill any gaps that need to be relearned. Second, we work to help your child learn and master new math concepts.

Testimonials

"Sarah has a wonderful way with kids. She knows how to speak at their level with so much patience and care so the kids learn and have fun at the same time. She has been a great tutor to my daughter. If you are looking for a tutor you can trust, she is the one. I highly recommend!"
Rachel Soumekh
Rachel Soumekh
Heart and Soul Doula, Certified birth doula with dona, trained childbirth educator with ICEA.
"Working with children is not something that anyone can do. To connect to a child, you need to have compassion for the child and be able to really speak their language. On top of that, you need to know how to balance kindness with firmness, to get kids on task and help them achieve. Sara Katrina possesses all of these qualities. While working in an elementary classroom for the first time, I sought Sarah Katrina out as a mentor because I saw her amazing abilities, and she helped me achieve better classroom results and better relationships with my students. If there is anyone who can help kids achieve their potential, it is Sarah Katrina!"
Emunah Fialkoff e1592007841770
Emunah Fialkoff
Former colleague, Blogger Worktalk

FAQ

Most frequent questions and answers

Are tutors trained and qualified to teach?

Yes, we provide both one on one and group meetings. Contact us to see if we have trained tutors or Certified teachers in your area.

Yes, we provide In-Person one on ones. Contact us to see if we have trained tutors or Certifed teachers in your area.
All our online sessions use Zoom. To attend the meeting, you will need a computer or tablet, internet connection and download the Zoom client. We recommend that you use either a headset, device mic, or speaker to talk to your tutor during the tutoring session. However, you can also use a regular phone number to connect to the meeting room by using a secure code in the case of slow internet.
Our prices and packages are reasonable. Prices vary according to the grades, test scores, and subjects you select. We allow our teachers and tutors to adjust their service prices based on skills, years of teaching, demands, and other factors. Check out our detailed pricing list.
Prices are base on the teacher’s skills, location, experiences, results, availability, demand, and other factors.
Not if it already been paid. However, We allow our teachers and tutors to adjust there service prices based on skills, years of teaching, demands, and other factors.
All sessions are between 50-55 minutes.
In most cases, requests need to be made in advance. The recording stays live for 48 hours to download the session to your local computer. After this period, the sessions will be deleted automatically from our account without a way to recover it. Note: Parent/Guardians required to sign a waiver before this option can be activated.
In most cases, the package expires, and you can re-order a new package. Kids on the Yard does not roll over unused sessions. In matters related to our team’s unexpected events, such as sickness, change employment status, relocation, or others. We will reassign a new tutor/teacher/coach then extend the original package time to twice the length of the original package length. For more details, refer to our Terms of Service document.
Yes, please review our No Show and Late Cancellation policy.