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Why this makes a great gift
In a 30-minute one-on-one assessment with a Hoot teacher, your child will complete 5 short tasks that will help your Hoot teacher create a detailed parent report, a plan to be shared with their school teacher, and a list of specific goals for the student to work towards. Perfect for kids between the ages of 4 and 12.
What Is Included?
- A one-on-one, 30-minute online lesson with a highly-skilled literacy specialist.
- The assessment takes place online over the Hoot Reading App.
- Designed for kids ages 4 and up.
- An assessment report that includes an initial parent report, teaching plan, and short and long-term goals for the child.
What Is Assessed?
Depending on the age and stage of your child, the following areas will be assessed:
- Reading Level
- Letter identification
- Concepts of print
- Sight words
- High-frequency words
- Running Record
- Phonological awareness
- Word parts
How does it Work?
Students will meet one-on-one for 30 minutes with a highly-skilled teacher who specializes in literacy over our research-based video chat app. During their lesson, the student will complete literacy-based activities to help the teacher create an accurate report of their reading abilities. Assessments are short and fun, and all of our teachers specialize in engaging children online - this is an assessment that your child will enjoy!
After the lesson, the teacher will write three detailed documents that are shared with you to help them advance their reading skills.
The Hoot Teacher will share the following 3 documents with you.
Initial Parent Report - This document is shared with you, their parent/caregiver, to give you a clear summary of your child’s test scores, goals, and next steps. This includes you in their learning process, so you can encourage them to meet their goals.
Short and Long Term Goals for the Student - This document outlines in detail the specific goals put in place and the steps to take to achieve them. This document helps you track their progress to know when extra supports are needed.
Teaching Plan - This document is meant to be shared with their school teacher so that the teacher has a better understanding of where they’re at and how they can help their student improve their reading skills.