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The Establishing Foundational Skills for Academic Proficiency Program is aimed at insuring  essential foundation skills are solidly in place. This enables your child to learn confidently at home, home school, preschool or in a classroom setting. Creative play and educational activities are used to teach attention, focus, listening and memory skills.

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The EFSAP® program uses fun and innovative methods to help children build the foundation skills needed for academic learning. EFSAP® gives children the opportunity to become successful in school by teaching them how to learn before what to learn.

 

Contact Renie Smith or Dorothy Bennett at Meadowbrook Educational Services, Inc. to find out more.

Establishing Foundational Skills for Academic Proficiency (EFSAP®) was created by experienced curriculum specialists. The program is intended for proactive parents, teachers and tutors who are searching for an effective tutoring program to prepare children for the transition to school. It incorporates guided exercises, sound therapy, physical movements, songs and activities.

BENEFITS OF THE EFSAP® PROGRAM

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The path to academic

success starts here!

EDUCATE

THE WHOLE CHILD

- Certainty and confidence

- Competence in social skills

- Logical thinkers

- Creative problem solvers

- Inquisitive minds

- Emotional intelligence

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MIND

BODY

WHO IS EFSAP® DESIGNED FOR?

- Engaging mental exercises

- Time to master basic skills

Create confident, eager learners.

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CONTACT US

Our Office

Meadowbrook Educational Services, Inc.

505 W Riverside, Suite 528

Spokane, WA 99201

To help children ages 3-5 accelerate learning at home or in a classroom, try the EFSAP® program from Meadowbrook Educational Services, Inc. Don't let your child fall behind in school!