Code Word Brain takes the guesswork out of readying your primary-schooler to catch up & keep up. Help bring back the smiles with our fast, 30-minute routine — advantageously powered by neuroscience, repetition & live teacher support. Brighter days are one routine away!
Why Our Brain Readiness Routine?
There’s a delicate balance in helping your own child with school work — too much, “do this” & “not that” can trigger emotions that leave the whole family exhausted. Where a battle begins, true learning ends.
We’ll help your child feel excited, confident & hopeful about learning with our regular teacher calls, expert guidance, brain plasticity know-how, & motivational extras.
With 45 different exercises, we provide fun, new ways to build phonemic awareness, phonics & decoding, spelling, high-frequency words, difficult words (e.g. homophones), English-Language conventions, grammar, reading fluency, vocabulary. listening comprehension, and reading comprehension.
All supported by regular teacher Zoom sessions.
The 45 exercises are also scientifically geared to ensure the simultaneous development of your child’s memory, attention, processing & sequencing skills.
Many kids who fall behind at school are simply unable to process rapid information quickly, efficiently or accurately enough to bring about success.
We use Fast ForWord’s exclusive, neuroscientific sound-training to build & strengthen brain pathways and improve your child’s listening accuracy.
Enhanced Self-Confidence, Improved Communication & Mental Agility, Better Ability to Follow Directions, Greater Interest in Learning. As your child becomes more alert, the benefits can be far-reaching… expect greater outcomes in English and maths class, on the sports field; even socially & emotionally.
It takes as little as 30-minutes a day, 3- to 5-days a week, and it can be done in three, separate 10-minute blocks if needed.
Choose the times that suit you best — at home, even on holiday!
Code Word Brain. For better learning and brighter days.
How is Code Word Brain Different?
Brain-Based learning works around positive brain plasticity, & we ‘positively’ love it because it brings new hope (& more fun) to learning.
For a long time, scientists believed a learner’s capability was linked to the brain they were born with but recent advances in brain imaging led scientists to proclaim, “The brain can change!“. They saw that each new experience we have can prompt a change in brain structure, brain function, or both, especially where repetition is involved.
It’s called neuroplasticity and when it’s understood & harnessed for good, it enables life-changing results.
On the flipside, experiences, emotions, or repeated behaviours that lean toward negative brain plasticity can create habits that make learning (& life) harder.
Research shows inattention, impulsiveness, or a sedentary lifestyle, tie in with negative brain plasticity – a lack of thought-provoking stimulation links to less brain connections.
Brain plasticity & learning improve when we frequently revisit activities that are engagingly rigorous, novel, rewarding, & meaningful. As neuronal connections strengthen & increase, associated tasks become easier & faster!
At Code Word Brain, we help you nurture good brain habits at home, so your child has a reliable advantage at school, & beyond.
What Do Others Say?
School Readiness to “School is a Success!”
“I noticed he was actually able to sound out the words!”
– Mum of 5 year-old, William.
Grace starts by developing listening accuracy & memory recall. As she listens to the directions, she also learns about shapes, colours & size.
“We’ll be doing this daily – she is loving it!”
– Mum of 5 year-old, Grace.
I’m Ms. CW, a teacher who helps kids rapidly improve language, reading, & everyday school readiness by simultaneously developing key cognitive skills like memory, processing ability, listening accuracy, & focus — all vital to learning but not easily fine-tuned at school.
I am a certified Fast ForWord provider, Sounds-Write practitioner, and an accredited member of the Australian Tutoring Association.