Oct. 26-29, 2016 — 67th Annual IDA Conference Orlando, Florida

tiger tuesday booth 507 learning disabilities conference in chicagoWe’re excited to be attending the International Dyslexia Association Annual Conference in Orlando, Florida at Orlando World Center Marrott Oct. 26-29, 2016.

We will be exhibiting the Tiger Tuesday® Reading Program at Booth 603.

We look forward to meeting people from all walks of life but with a common interest of helping people with learning disabilities and ADHD.

  • Adults with learning disabilities and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
  • Parents of children with learning disabilities and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
  • Teachers of special education and general education
  • School Principals and Administrators
  • Counselors and Social Workers
  • Researchers, Medical and Mental Health Professionals
  • Education Policy Advocates

Join us in the Exhibit Hall, but make sure you attend some of the 200 sessions and special events.

Miss Daisy

Tiger’s teacher Miss Daisy

Stop by the Tiger Tuesday Reading Program booth and see how this unique new reading program is the “funnest way to learn how to read in the whole wide world!” Kids don’t think they are learning, they think they are playing!

No more tears. No more yelling.

Lots of fun producing plays with the included props and background scenery. They even get newsletters that have been emailed by Tiger!

The Tiger Tuesday Reading Program is phonics-based, comprehensive and complies with Common Core State Standards. It’s all-inclusive and student-focused with detailed Teacher’s Guides, so it’s also the funnest way to teach kids how to learn to read.

It’s designed to build self-confidence and increase fluency. Kids draw pictures and we include math problems in all 7 modules.

The Teacher’s Guides will help assess when to move each child into the next module.

Tiger Tuesday Family

Familiar characters from Tuesday Street

It all takes place on Tuesday Street with a familiar cast of characters that your kids and students will have fun getting to know. Another unique aspect of this program are 2 stuffed dolls that kids can take home with them and write about who they met and what they did.

If you’d like to read more about the history of Tiger Tuesday, all of the characters and the creators of the Tiger Tuesday Reading Program, click here!

More information on the Learning Disabilities Association Annual Conference 2017

Phonics Centered — Consistent with Orton-Gillingham — Multisensory