Driven by our commitment to help all children achieve literacy.
Founded with a passion to improve the lives of early learners, Rhyme to Read aspires to embolden all children with a zeal for reading.
As educators, we set out to create an easy-to-use and accessible resource to help young students gain the skills and confidence needed for future success. The Rhyme to Read books and activities are designed to be intuitive, interactive, and inclusive for children of all backgrounds.
We have been so humbled by the overwhelming response from parents and teachers that Rhyme to Read has provided the missing link to building a strong literacy foundation for young readers. We look forward to continued innovation with our program as we partner with families to ensure reading success.
Every child can learn to read.
Lynn has over 20 years of experience as a classroom teacher and reading specialist at both public and private schools. Her passion for helping young readers was the inspiration behind the Rhyme to Read program. At present, Lynn is a lower school learning specialist at Georgetown Day School in Washington, D.C. She holds a masters degree in Reading Education.
Sara has 35 years of experience teaching students with dyslexia, as a reading teacher and reading specialist. Her academic career includes research on early reading acquisition and documentation of the effectiveness of the Rhyme to Read program. Sara is currently the lead reading specialist at the McLean School in Potomac, Maryland. She received her PhD from the University of Maryland.
Sara has also trained reading teachers, as a professor in the Learning Disabilities Program at Hunter College in NY, and as an adjunct professor at American University.