With COVID impacting the lives of so many children, the American Youth Literacy Foundation has decided to once again offer free tutoring nationwide to a limited number of 6-9 year old children, via distance learning (Google Meet).
If you have a son or daughter ages 6-9 who can't read, volunteer to have them tutored 1-on-1 by a high school or middle school student virtually, via Google Meet.
Your child will learn how to read in 12 hours using the patented, FUNetix 12 Hour Reading App.
We have high school and middle school tutors who are eager to walk through the FUNetix app with your child via Google Meet. If you are interested, please let us know and we will pair you up. Tutoring is free. Students earn community service hours and the American Youth Literacy Foundation is an all volunteer organization, (501 c 3 charitable non-profit) founded in 2008 and dedicated to ensuring that every American child learns how to read before they finish 3rd grade.
The app is free and available in the App Store and Google Play. The tutoring is free. Check out www.FUNetix.org to learn more or sign up here to be paired with a tutor. We have limited availability but we're adding tutors every day.
Don't let COVID stop your child from learning how to read, when they can learn how to read in 12 hours from the comfort of your own home.
The mission of the American Youth Literacy Foundation is to help ALL American children become literate before they reach the end of 5th grade by providing simple, phonics-based tools and reading curricula, together with training and support, to parents, teachers, tutors and organizations that work directly with students in need.
In support of our mission, Youth Lit develops and directs free after school tutoring programs in association with public libraries, YMCA's and other community outreach organizations. Most of our tutors are high school and college student volunteers who are earning community service credits while making a valuable contribution to their communities.