LUBBOCK, TX - On Saturday, October 7 the Science Spectrum and Institute for Creative Learners will host the second annual Creative Learners Reading Fair.
The institute aims to help students who struggle with reading or learning in a traditional atmosphere by allowing them to learn in their own ways, and helps parents better understand their kids' struggles as well.
The fair is free for students 12 and under, and offers fun activities and resources to parents highlighting learning difficulties in young students. There will also be certified dyslexia therapists on hand to discuss problems, give "mini" assessments, and offer guidance on seeking solutions to suspected reading and learning problems.
Other activities include:
- Mini Dyslexia Screenings
- Face Painting Story Telling
- Puppet Shows
- Miniature Horses
- Dog Agility and Obedience Demos Short Performances by the Lubbock Community Theatre - Activity Booths Free Books
- Meet Curious George and Raider Red!
The fair will be from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
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