You can help kids learn to read
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Let's teach the world to READ ! Can you help ?
Ripple Reading uses a neuro-cognition approach to develop reading and comprehension skills for Grade 1 – 3 learners.
They turn classrooms into exciting, fun, multi-sensory adventures - a world of language acquisition and reading with understanding. Taking into consideration a child’s potential barriers to learning; such as socio-economic background, level of language acquisition, family setting, schooling and community setting, Ripple Reading's educators design unique programmes to suit each learner’s needs.
There are 4 easy ways how you can help...
- Promote the Ripple Reading forgood profile through your social networks. The more awareness we can generate, the better. Click through and hit that SHARE button!
- Donate multi-sensory art materials (e.g. play dough, arts and crafts material) for their learning experiences.
- Collect stationery from your work colleagues. Many parents of children in disadvantaged areas do not have the money to equip their children with all their classroom needs.
- Fund a Ripple Reading project. In order to provide robust data and evidence of its work within the educational sector, Ripple Reading needs to formalise its operations and set up a measurement framework. As a result, Ripple Reading needs your assistance to raise R67 800 to utilise the M&E specialists - M&Esure, and to create the framework that will measure the following outputs: 1) A situational analysis; 2) A logic model and theory of change; and 3) A measurement and reporting framework. The project will be undertaken in three phases dependent on budgetary constraints.
Your donation will qualify for an 18A Tax Exemption Certificate