Committed to promoting literacy in our community.

2020 Author Line Up announced!

2020 Author Line Up announced!

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 Join us for our monthly author celebration!  Don’t be surprised to see character visits, local heroes as guest readers, special snacks, treats, take-aways and more!  Registration is open!

academic programs that support literacy in our community.

This is our classroom in the McDonald Building at Rye Rye Recreation. Our educators are experienced, certified early childhood literacy specialists. Our newly designed classroom is a modern, boutique learning center designed specifically for young learners!

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We're the teachers that founded Rye Reads and the Rye Book Club for Kids! We also developed the Learning League Homework Program for the Rye Library. We started with the belief that children’s learning should be affordable, age appropriate, structured and organized. If we could tap into a child’s natural curiosity and give them the opportunity to express themselves in a safe, structured and nurturing environment, they would develop the love of reading and an appreciation for all learning. We were right! To date, our programs have helped many children in Rye and beyond become better readers, better students and better community members. 

 

We pride ourselves on offering a variety of academic programs for individuals and small groups. We offer the best of today’s teaching practices, combining academic vigor with social and emotional support.






rye reads learning corner

After school tutoring and homework for Grades K - 5.

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Monthly Fee Schedule: 

Monday – Thursday

3:30 pm  – 5:30 pm

 

 Program site: Rye Reads Learning Corner, 69 Maple Ave., Rye 


$250.00*

(50% sibling discount)


*Students may attend sessions one to four days each week.  


 Program will offer homework assistance and 1:1 tutoring for reading, writing and math. We will customize small group work to reinforce letter/sound relationships, navigate varied genre books, handwriting and develop math number sense. Children will also be given time to choose and explore individual learning centers. Our program is academically oriented, designed to supplement the Rye School District curriculum school classes and academic activity. 1:4 teacher student ratio. 


Unless otherwise noted, we follow the Rye City School District Calendar. Early dismissal days, vacation programs and other changes will be announced. Our program is academically oriented, designed to supplement the Rye School District curriculum school classes and academic activity. We are a provider of 1:1 and small group tutoring and homework assistance.  





Rye Reads 2020 Author Celebration Line Up!

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Join us as we celebrate a beloved children’s author. Once a month children will participate in a favorite author read aloud followed by a fun, educational, hands on activity. Don’t be surprised to see character visits,  local heroes as guest readers, special snacks, treats, take-aways and more! 


January  -  Mo Willems

(SOLD OUT)

Sunday, January 12th

11:00 am – 12:30 pm

PROGRAM SITE!

Rye Recreation/McDonald Building!

Don’t let your child drive past Rye Reads and miss the launch of our 2020 Literacy Series. Our first author celebration is one of the most popular, funny and beloved authors. Students will visit a few of Willem’s favorite characters and have the opportunity to write their own pigeon adventure. 


February - Drew Daywalt

Sunday, February 9th 

11:00 am – 12:30 pm

We aren’t quitting for even a day - even if the crayons are! Let’s find out what we can do to help all the crayons in the world get along. No matter your color, we can all make the world brighter with a little more kindness. 


March – Theodore Seuss

Sunday, March 1st 

11:00 am – 12:30 pm

Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss! The Cat in the Hat will be visiting Rye Reads! Bring your camera and take a picture with one of our all-time favorites!


April – Celebrate National Poetry Month with Shel Silverstein

Sunday, April 19th

11:00 am – 12:30 pm

Let’s celebrate National Poetry Month with one of our favorite all time poets! We’ll increase your child’s awareness and appreciation of poetry as we explore Shel’s unique poems and illustrations. Black markers and white paper included! 


May - Kevin Henkes

Sunday, May 17th

11:00 am – 12:30 pm

Whether you love purple or have a name with 13 letters, we have the Kevin Henkes’ favorites to share with your eager reader. What a great way to introduce an author study and explore how an author gets his ideas – and discover a few of your own!


June -  Happy Birthday Eric Carle!

Sunday, June 14th

11:00 am – 12:30 pm

Be like the caterpillar and come very hungry! It’s Eric Carle’s birthday and we have lots to celebrate. We’ll read a few of his best loved books, paint our own caterpillar to bring home and frame. We’ll end the session with snacks and a happy birthday song dedicated to this national literary treasure. 



Rye Reads Learning Corner, 

69 Maple Ave., Rye NY 10580

Registration required. 

$30 per child/per month.

Rye Reads French Language Immersion Programs

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Grades K-2 or Grades 3-5


Winter Session: 

(SOLD OUT)

January 8, 15, 22, 29

February 5, 12, 26

March 4, 11, 18


Program site: 

Rye Reads Learning Corner

69 Maple Ave., Rye



Our language learners will absorb language skills  in a completely natural way and will learn to  speak French like a native speaker. Our curriculum incorporates singing, movement, storytelling and hands on projects, taught by native-speaking teachers.  Children will develop an appreciation for the culture and history of the language through literacy and activities. 


Wednesday/ 3:45 to 5:15 pm

January 8, 15, 22, 29

February 5, 12, 26

March 4, 11, 18


*We follow the Rye City School District Calendar.  Classes are not held on days of school closings. 

New York State ELA Test Prep

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New York State ELA Test

Grades 3 – 5


Session Dates: 2/1, 8, 29 3/7/14/21

1:15 pm - 2:15 pm


Program site: Rye Reads Learning Center, 69 Maple Ave., Rye


Fee: $350

Register for Math and ELA Test Prep and save $50.00


 Test Prep isn't just about learning test taking strategies.  Our curriculum is customized to meet the literacy strengths and weaknesses of each student. We integrate the Next Generation Learning Standards for ELA into every lesson. Student learn reading and writing skills that will help them become better readers and writers.  When test dates come around, students have a solid fundamental background in ELA  - and extensive experience answering both short response and extended response questions.   

New York State MATH Test Prep

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New York State Math Test

Grades 3 – 5


Session Dates: Saturdays: 3/7, 14, 21, 28, 4/4, 4/18

12:00n – 1:00 pm

 

Program site: Rye Reads Learning Center, 69 Maple Ave., Rye


Fee: $350 

Register for Math and ELA Test Prep and save $50.00

  

Our Math curriculum is designed to maximize success with in-depth focus on fewer topics. We understand and integrate the Next Generation Learning Standards for Math into every lesson. We teach more than test taking strategies. Our students develop rigorous mathematical reasoning. We devote extended time to practice and reflection through extensive problem sets. Student will strengthen their math skills while learning how to navigate the standardized test format. 

LEARNING TO READ AND WRITE CURSIVE

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Grades 3 – 8


February 6, 13, 27 March 5, 12, 19

3:30 - 4:30 p.m.



Program site: 

Rye Reads Learning Corner, 

69 Maple Ave., Rye 


Fee: $125 


Learning cursive writing is a skill that will last a lifetime. It’s a guarantee students will be confident signing a check, a contract or an autograph! It’s faster than manuscript, helps develop motor skills and reinforces learning. Without being able to read cursive writing, students will be unable to read historical documents or letters from their grandparents. At the very least, learning cursive writing reinforces the mantra that learning something new should be done simply for the joy of mastering a new skill. 

Early Childhood Class Offerings

PreSchool Prep 3’s Can Read Early Literacy Program

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Ages 3-4
10:30 am - 12:30 pm  
Spring Session Fee: $295  

Location: McDonald Building/Rye Recreation


Spring 2020:
May 2, 9, 16, 30
June 6, 13

Our early literacy program is designed to give your young scholar a strong foundation to academic success. Our 3-year old literacy program encourages independence, instills organization, helps develop social skills, and introduces academic readiness.  Through song and movement, we skillfully present the basics such as colors, numbers, and the ABCs. Your child will develop fine motor skills to prepare for future handwriting demands.  During small group instruction, student create crafts that involves snipping paper, coloring, gluing and manipulating modeling clay to form shapes and letters.  Purposeful play allows students to learn how to share and take turns, manage and express emotions in a healthy manner, and how to talk and listen to each other. Registration is limited.  Sessions are supervised by two qualified, experienced instructors.

Kindergarten Readiness Program

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Ages 4-6
10:30 am - 12:30 pm 

Spring Session Fee: $295 

Location: McDonald Building/Rye Recreation

Spring 2020:
May 2, 9, 16, 30
June 6, 13


This Program will focus on foundational reading and writing skills and number sense to better prepare your child for Kindergarten. Students will master letter/sound relationships, recognize word patterns, navigate beginner books, practice handwriting and develop number sense. Sessions are social and instruction is project-based. Our students will also learn how to navigate a classroom and will enter Kindergarten better prepared to learn. Class size is extremely limited. Classes are staffed by NYS Certified Early Childhood Instructors.










   



Rye Book Club for Kids! Saturday Session

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Grades K - 2nd  

1:00 pm – 2:30 pm  

Spring Session Fee: $295   

Location: McDonald Building/Rye Recreation 


 Spring 2020: 

May 2, 9, 16, 30 

 June 6, 13 


Children  participate in a lively book read aloud followed by hands-on, project based learning activities. We will customize small group work to reinforce letter/sound relationships, navigate varied genre books, handwriting and reinforce comprehension skills. Children are  given individual support based on their specific needs and challenges.  Small groups are defined by skill level - not age.. Our program is academically oriented, designed to supplement the Rye School District curriculum school classes and academic activity. Registration is limited.  Students are supervised by Certified instructors. 







  





Rye Book Club for Kids Grades 3- 5.

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Grades 3 – 5


Program site: 

Rye Reads Learning Corner

69 Maple Ave., Rye


Children participate in a shared read aloud followed by hands-on, project based learning activity. Project based activities are used to reinforce comprehension, develop rich vocabulary, decode irregular spelling patterns and navigate varied genre books. Small group work is based on specific needs. Program is designed to support the Rye City School District curriculum.


Please email us for details: info@ryereads.com


Singapore Math Lab

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 Thursday

4:30 pm –5:30 pm

Location: 

Rye Recreation/McDonald Building

Spring Session Fee: $275   


Spring  2020

April 23, 30

May 7, 14, 21, 28

June 4, 11 

  

Aligned with the Rye City School District curriculum, Singapore Math is a program with a unique framework with a focus on building problem-solving skills and an in-depth understanding of essential math skills.  Our skilled Math experts will guide your child through the three-step learning model, which consistently introduces concepts in a progression. We moves from the concrete to visual representation and then on to the more abstract (questioning and solving written equations). Our students are taught not only to know how to do something but also why it works. This course will support your child’s academic success, improving your child’s math grades and confidence! 



Registration opens Feb. 6th

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Private 1:1 Tutoring

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Individual tutoring sessions may be arranged for all subjects for grades 

Pre-K to 5.



Sessions are conducted by Certified NYS teachers who are experts in content and experienced educators.  We do not employ students as instructors.

 

Call for Fee Schedule:. 



Location: 

Rye Reads Learning Corner

69 Maple Avenue, Rye NY



























Class Offerings for middle school

Learn American Sign Language

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School Grades 5-8 

Tuesday

3:30pm - 4:30pm


Location: 

Rye Reads Learning Corner

69 Maple Avenue,Rye


 Winter 2020 

January 21, 28

February 4, 11, 25

March 3, 10, 17, 24, 31


 We believe in the importance of bridging all communities.  Our ASL language class is designed to make learning easy, fun and accessible.  Students will learn to sign shapes, numbers, the alphabet, and gain an introductory level conversational skills.  We’ll focus on making conversations happen, ideas to emerge, and collaborations to blossom. This course is a great primer and supporter of the Rye Middle School ASL classes.  



 Winter Session Fee: $350.00  

Executive Functioning Skills

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Middle School Grades 5-8 

Saturday

2:30pm - 3:30pm

 

Location: McDonald Building/Rye Recreation


Winter 2020

(CLOSED)

  January 11, 16, 25 

February 1, 8, 29

March 7, 14, 21, 28 

No session: 2/15 or 2/22 


Executive function and self-regulation skills are the mental processes that enable students to plan, focus attention, remember instructions, and juggle multiple tasks successfully. Over 10 social, interactive sessions, Experienced, NYS Certified instructors will teach the most critical learning, organizing, and communication skills needed to be successful in school. Those skills include: • Identify students' strengths & “SuperPowers” • Set goals • Establish priorities • Manage time • Organize papers, desks, lockers, & other space • Take notes • Study for tests • Track long-term goals Class size is extremely limited and will be filled on a first come basis.   

Writing Boot Camp for Middle School

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Grades 6-8

Thursday

4:30 pm –5:30 pm

Location: Rye Recreation/McDonald Building

Spring Session Fee: $275
 

Spring  2020

April 23, 30

May 7, 14, 21, 28

June 4, 11 


Class will focus on teaching students to organize and create cohesive essays and short research based writing projects. In addition to strengthening the entire writing process, this class will give students a solid understanding of specific essay formats such as compare and contrast, cause and effect, critical and descriptive. Students will have opportunities to participate in the classroom as well as in individual writing exercises.


 

Registration opens Feb. 6th

www.ryeny.gov



 


 

2020 summer camp!

KINDERGARTEN READINESS

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Ages 4 – 6

10:00 am – 12:00n

Fee: $350/WEEK


Program Site: 

Rye Recreation/McDonald Building

  

Week 1:  August 10 – 14 

Week 2: August 17 - 21 

Week 3:  August 24 – 28 


We’ll will focus on foundational reading/writing skills and number sense to better prepare your child for Kindergarten. Students will master letter/sound relationships, recognize word patterns, navigate beginner books, practice handwriting and develop number sense. Sessions are social and instruction is project-based.  Students  will learn how to navigate a classroom and will enter Kindergarten better prepared to learn. 



  

Registration opens Feb. 6th

www.ryeny.gov



RYE SCHOOL DISTRICT SUMMER READING

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Grades K-5

12:30pm– 2:00pm

Fee: $250/WEEK

 

Program Site: 

Rye Recreation/McDonald Building

 

Week 1:  August 10 – 14 

Week 2: August 17 - 21 

Week 3:  August 24 – 28 


The Rye School District issues a list of books  suggested for summer reading which are discussed in September classes. We will  read  a book from your child’s list and help him complete the any recommended assignment. Your child will return to school more confident and better prepared for the new school year. 






  

Registration opens Feb. 6th

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SUMMER AT RYE READS LEARNING CORNER

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Big things are happening

 in this small space! Come strengthen what you know or 

learn something new!


Rye Reads Learning Corner

69 Maple Ave.

Rye, NY

  

Writing Boot Camp 

Grades 3-6/3:30 pm –4:30 pm

Fee:$150.00

Session Dates: 

July 7, 14, 21, 28, August 4

Students learn how to organize and create cohesive essays and short research based writing projects. They will gain a solid understanding of specific essay formats and participate in class as well as in individual writing exercises. 

 

Math Madness  

Grades 3-5/4:30 pm –5:30 pm

Fee:$150.00

Session Dates: 

July 7, 14, 21, 28, August 4

Supports the Rye City School District math curriculum and will improve your child’s math skills and confidence! 

  

Reads and Write Cursive  

Grades 3-8/3:30 pm –4:30 pm

Fee: $150.00

Session Dates: 

July 8, 15, 22, 29, August 5

Learning cursive writing is a skill that will last a lifetime. It’s a guarantee students will be confident signing a check, a contract or an autograph! 

  

French Language Classes   

Grades K-2/4:30 pm –5:30 pm

Fee:$150.00

Session Dates: 

July 8, 15, 22, 29, August 5

Our language learners will learn to  speak French like a native speaker. Our curriculum incorporates singing, movement, storytelling and hands on projects. 

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Here's What Parents Have To Say

Yvette G., Milton School

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"Shelby loves Rye Reads!! I like the attention to detail, small group instruction, targeted goals, and inviting space. We did some of the other tutoring centers- but they basically had kids working in workbooks the whole time. I like the structure and format at Rye Reads."


Teresa A., Osborn School

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"Love the fun, no pressure learning.  My son looks forward to every meeting and walks away with reals strategies he can use in class."

Laura P., Osborn School

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"The sense of community among all the students is refreshing.  It creates a safe learning environment where kids celebrate  their success."

Clare, Osborn School

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"My daughter had another awesome time this afternoon. Thanks again for all that you do!  She is really enjoying reading, something I thought would never happen.

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Anna T, Rye Resident

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"Where was this program when my kids were in school?  This is exactly what our community needs to support our school's educators!" 

Contact Us for More Information!

We're happy to answer your questions!

Rye Reads Inc.

69 Maple Avenue, Rye, New York 10580, United States

(914) 424-3524

Hours

Open today

09:00 am – 05:00 pm

Want to come take a look at our meeting space? Let's schedule a meeting time that's convenient for you.  

We are a provider of 1:1 and small group tutoring assistance.