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April 26, 2017


Parent Seminars from S.O.A.R.

Parents Empowering Parents: May 9th from 7-8:30pm. Every quarter, S.O.A.R. welcomes parents, teachers, and members of the community to share the joys and struggles of learning disabilities in their free seminars. Join them this month as Dr. William Sloan presents "The Social & Emotional Aspects of Dyslexia." They'll also be providing strategies for keeping the kids' skills sharp over the summer.

Multi-Sensory Instruction: May 25th, 9am - 2pm, $125. Learn how the multi-sensory approach to literacy employed by the Orton-Gillingham approach is the best way to teach reading to students with dyslexia. Experience S.O.A.R.'s multi-sensory approach to literacy as OG specialist, Donna Siegle, explains how the addition of sign language and visual cues can help reinforce literacy pathways.

To register and get details on both of these, call 336-462-9344 or visit the S.O.A.R. website!


Triad ECO Adventures

The local summer FUN folks at Triad ECO Adventures can now accommodate up to two youth between the ages of just 10-13 on any of their narrated 2-hour SEGWAY tours when accompanied by their parents, as-well-as those 14 & above. Located downtown at the Gateway on the Greenway (adjacent to Old Salem), Team TEA also accommodates families and neighborhood groups from across the Triad with PaddleFit "Intro-2-SUP" classes for all ages locally at Salem Lake, Oak Hollow Lake, Belews Lake, and even your lake! Reserve your group online at www.TriadECOadventures.com or direct at 336/722-7777. Take 10% off with 8 or more in your party!

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Register Now for Summer Camp at Kaleideum!

Sign up now for Summer Camp at Kaleideum! Whether a child is interested in art, design, music, theatre, science, or technology, parents will find a wide array of exciting topics available at Kaleideum Downtown and Kaleideum North.

Kaleideum offers camps for children as young as 3 years old up to those entering eighth grade. Camps include hands-on activities and experiments, crafts, games, guest speakers, and museum exploration. A variety of formats – from one-day camps to week-long camps and from half-day to full-day – can accommodate diverse needs and schedules. In most cases, before- and after-camp care is also available for an additional fee.

Camps begin June 12 and run through August 25. For more information or to register, visit the websites for Kaleideum Downtown or Kaleideum North.

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This newsletter is sponsored by S.O.A.R, Triad ECO Adventures, and Kaleideum.

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