Morah Frumit Fruchtzweig has brought in a new reading program, Reading Done Right, to IVDU LI this year. This program promotes phonemic awareness, breaking words into syllables, rhyming, and focusing on identifying initial and final sounds. These skills are all the necessary pre-reading skills that children need before they can successfully learn how to read. Students who have not been able to master these skills with other programs have been very successful.

Reading Done Right is a scientifically proven, robust approach to reading that uses oral sounds and physical movements/hands motions to assist the brain in making the neural connections necessary to succeed. This program is fun and engaging, as it is not only at the table, but a full-body-movement activity, allowing the students to stand up and move around while learning.