The Making Sense of Language Arts program provides a variety of way to support the student and the tutor through its interactive blended learning curriculum.

Making Sense of Language Arts is a multi-sensory approach to teaching children to read and write. The program was developed by Linda Wihl who has been championing early childhood literacy for 30 years. Children who enter kindergarten with below-average language arts skills consistently leave with average or better skills and reading simple words!

Linda Wihl served as the Executive Director of Winton Place Youth Center in Cincinnati, Ohio for fifteen years and has been recognized for helping children to succeed. She served on the Cincinnati Mayor’s Commission on Children, and for the last ten years served as a volunteer coordinator in Cincinnati Public Schools. She obtained a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from California State University Sacramento and a master’s degree from the University of Dayton. She has completed the Child Development Associates coursework from the National Association for the Education of Young Children and has been trained in the Lindamood-Bell system. Linda’s passion is teaching children to read. She continues to recruit others to share and realize her dream of bridging the literacy gap for children in urban schools.