Does Your Child Have Significant Upside Potential to Improve Their Reading Comprehension and Self-esteem, while Reducing Their Anxiety

Ask about our Assessment Special, Available Thru May that could significantly reduce anxiety and stress for your child and you

At schools like Riverglades Elementary, close to 80 percent of the students’ reading comprehension and math are at grade level or above.  What we have found with schools like Riverglades is:

  • Many students are doing very well.
  • A significant number are at grade level, and they have the potential to significantly improve their reading comprehension and/or math with the right intervention.
  • There are small but significant number of smart struggling students are far smarter than their present level of reading comprehension and math would indicate.
  • Anxiety and frustration are more prevalent and more severe than at any point in our careers.

Invest in our Assessment thru May, and we will include the Safe and Sound Protocol ® at no extra cost.  This is a research-based program that works on the Vagus nerve to reduce anxiety and stress.

At 3D Learner, we have 26 years experience at helping students to make significant gains in months.  Let’s take two examples:

  • One student was at the 48th percentile in reading comprehension.   Mom went to her principal, and asked, “What can I do to help my child reach her potential?  The answer was, “There is no reason to act, someone has to be average”.  Mom called a fellow Parkland mom, who suggested she call us.  


The three questions we started with were:

  • Does your child remember places visited, even from years ago?
  • Does your child learn best when she sees and experiences information?
  • Is your child a lot smarter than present results would indicate?

Mom commented, “I have never been asked any questions like this. How is it you so accurately described my daughter?”

Like many of our students, our assessment revealed her daughter:

  • Was a bright right brain kinesthetic learner who learned best when she saw and experienced information
  • Had a number of strengths that were well above grade level
  • Had a few glaring challenges — including she:
    • Skipped words and lines when reading
    • Easily lost focus when bored and frustrated
    • Became very anxious at times

With the 3D Learner Program ®, we were able to help this smart struggling child to:

  • Improve her reading comprehension from the 48th to the 95th percentile
  • Significantly improve her executive function skills
  • Go from an anxious introvert to a very outgoing and confident student
  • Excel in school and music 

All because mom chose to not accept someone else’s limiting beliefs and decided to partner with 3D Learner.

Another Parkland student was really struggling.  Despite an above average IQ, his reading comprehension was at the 18th percentile.  The parents had previously invested $6000 in another program without the desired results.  When they read an article we had written about Bright Right Brain Kinesthetic Learners, they called us.  They had a smart child who:

  • Learned best when he saw and experienced information
  • Skipped words and lines when reading
  • Was a lot smarter than present results would indicate
  • Was struggling to ride a bike

With our help, he was able to improve his reading comprehension from the 18th to the 84th percentile, excel in school and he rode his bike after the first  few days of training.  Note, we work on foundational skills and they often translate to better reading comprehension, sports skills and even riding a bike.

If you have a child who is doing OK, but has significant upside potential, either:

  • Give us a call at 561-361-7495 and let’s have a Make The Difference Conversation or
  • Click here to find a mutually agreeable time on our schedule for a Zoom Make The Difference Conversation

Note, many student with significant upside potential have three, four or five of the following strengths and challenges

  1. They are bright right brain learners, who learn best when they see and experience information
  2. They skip words and/or lines when reading
  3. They have executive function challenges (e.g. attention, working memory, and/or processing speed challenges
  4. Dyslexia or another learning disability
  5. Anxiety and/or frustration

When you capitalize on a student’s strengths and identify and address their challenges, one can see significant improvements in reading comprehension and self-esteem.

Another student had dyslexia, but had a similar profile.  A dyslexia treatment and ADHD medication were recommended.  Mom found our “is your child a right brain kinesthetic learner screening tool”.  When she called us she commented that described her child.  Mom noted that they had their daughter’s eyes checked by an ophthalmologist, who had found no issue.

When  they did the assessment, we put her daughter on a Visagraph that shows how her child’s eyes tracked when reading.  It turned out her left eye never moved; it literally went down the page.  We asked her daughter if her eyes were tired when she read, and she said “Yes, all the time”.

The assessment showed that she:

  • Was a lot smarter than present results would indicate
  • Had a significant problem sustaining attention after just 5 minutes
  • Did get quite anxious, even when we were just asking questions

Mom asked if the Interactive Metronome ® we used for testing could improve her daughter’s attention, without medication.   We assured her it could.

With our help their daughter:

  • Go from the worst reader in her class third grade class to the best
  • Go from a non-reader to an avid reader
  • Significantly improve her attention
  • Reduce homework time from over 2 hours a night to under an hour

Her dad asked her how she made so much progress and the young lady said, “3D Learner taught me how to visualize what I read; do you know how cool that is?”

Note, it is possible to significantly improve reading comprehension and self-esteem, while reducing anxiety within month

If you have a child with significant upside potential, either:

  • Give us a call at 561-361-7495 and let’s have a Make The Difference Conversation or
  • Click here to find a mutually agreeable time on our schedule for a Zoom Make The Difference Conversation

Note, click here if you would like to download our Strengths and Weaknesses page.

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