Welcome to Summer Friends
For Gemm clients only
Summer Friends is our summer special for returning clients and their siblings only, offered for 13 years now.
Families choose Summer Friends because they feel their child has more gains to make and/or because they don’t want to lose reading or learning momentum over the break. In 2022, these concerns are even more pressing, as many schools have closed early making for an unusually long break.
Summer Friends covers all Gemm Learning programs. We will put together a protocol to meet your specific needs.
If you have an interest, send an email to email@example.com and we will be in touch.
- Reading boost – choose a Fast ForWord reading program, Reading Plus or Reading Assistant.
- Learning boost – Fast ForWord cognitive programs.
- Math boost – combine DreamBox, a visual approach to help children “get”math.
- Kindergarten Readiness – there’s a Fast ForWord program that targets rapid letter recognition, phonemic awareness, following instructions and vocabulary. Add in DreamBox math to your rising kindergartener to get a jump on next year.
Returning participants and their siblings are eligible for our Summer Friends special, a one time payment of $585 for 3 months.
For starts between May 1st and August 1st only. Offer ends June 30, 2022.
This offer is for Gemm families who have a student who has previously completed at least four full months of Gemm Learning service. It applies to returning students and to other family members, siblings or parents, who may be new to Gemm Learning. The program must be completed by October 31, 2022.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your details and we will call to answer your questions and, if you like, suggest a protocol plan. If you would like to get started immediately, please just let us know.
“Our son has made great gains this past year. We had him tested again a year later just recently to see if he improved. The doctor thought he was working with a different child. The improvement was off the charts.
God Bless you guys. Thanks again.”