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Our Approach

We meet your children where they are and grow with them.

  • Whole Child

    For more than 30 years, SpiderSmart has promoted a “whole child”learning philosophy that prepares children to succeed in school and thrive in life.

  • Total Growth

    SpiderSmart tutors work diligently to get to know their students inside and out in order to help them build on their strengthsand overcome weaknesses. We quickly earn our SpiderSmart kids’ trust and forge deep and lasting bonds.

Our Priority

Helping your child become an independent thinker.

We don’t spoon-feed students facts and figures. Instead, we work with every student to unlock their innate curiosity. SpiderSmart kids ask questions, solve problems, and analyze issues. Our tutors challenge them to think for themselves.

With our holistic approach,your child will learn:

  • Critical Thinking

    not rote learning

  • Problem Solving

    not problem dodging

  • Confidence

    not just competence

Student Showcase

SpiderSmart is proud to share our students' creative and exemplary work.
Scroll through and have a look at the student showcase to see what they have completed recently.

Diana

Tysons Corner - Level 6

It’s Like This, Cat

All people have different personalities other than how they look. In the book “It’s Like This, Cat,” by Emily Neville, the relationship between the main character, Dave, and his father is not so good. Every time they saw each other, they started arguing. However, as Dave intera...

Spriha

Tysons Corner - Level 9

Curveball: The Year I Lost My Grip

The book Curveball: The Year I Lost My Grip, by Jordan Sonnenblick is about a boy, Peter Friedman or Pete, who is a freshman in high school and a great baseball player. However, he got an elbow injury, causing him to never be able to pitch again. His best friend, A.J., is a star pitcher...

Eric

Virtual - Level 2

All About the Arctic

Have you ever wondered about polar bears? One of the facts is that talking about the High Arctic and the Low Arctic is so interesting because it provides a lot of details and a map to help readers understand. Another interesting fact is how polar bears walk on thin ice, and it sounds interesting...

Bethany

Tysons Corner - Level 7

The Friend Who Changed My Life

What would be the joy of a child when a hero saves them, and that hero is their own friend? In the short story, “The Friend Who Changed My Life” by Pam Muñoz Ryan, Pam encounters bullying from a girl named Theresa. Pam endures this torment, but in the midst of it, she gains a new fri...

Jack

Virtual - Level 8

Empathy in My Experience

In my life, there are many empathetic people such as siblings, parents, and teachers. These people show empathy in many different ways such as bringing support, helping others when they are down, and helping people when they are troubled. There is also empathy in books, for example, in Harry Pot...

Audrey

Virtual - Level 4

Empathy

Have you ever seen someone sad and felt bad for them? That’s called empathy. Having the ability to feel empathy for people is something you should be grateful for. When someone’s feeling sad or lonely you should feel empathy for them instead of be mean to them. Because maybe that happened to you...

Warren

Virtual - Level 4

My Favorite Author

My favorite author is E.B White. I enjoy his books because every time I read it, I plunge into a world of imagination. I can visualize the farm that Wilbur lived on. I can hear Louis’s call with his trumpet, and many other things. Although there are many fiction books out the...

Jason

Virtual - Level 7

Valentine’s Traditions

In our world, there are various and unique Valentine’s Traditions groups of people share. These include festivals and rituals. These are passed on from generation to generation. Each tradition is special, and some are well known and spread across the world. Here are some of the most intere...

Kailin

Virtual - Level 6

Valentine’s Day Around the World

Each year on February 14th, Valentine’s Day is celebrated all over the world. It is a day to celebrate friendships and share the beautiful, wonderful feeling we call love with others. Valentine’s Day is widely associated with and symbolized by hearts, roses, and Cupid angels, though specific tra...

Our Process

  • Step1

    Read

    We have 4,000+ titlesrom, divided by grade level. With their teacher’s guidance, students pick the books they are most interested in reading.

  • Step2

    Write

    Every assignment consists of vocabulary, reading comprehension, and an essay. Students develop critical thinking skills by learning to compose compelling essays.

  • Step3

    Revise

    Based on the teacher’s feedback, students learn by correcting their own mistakes. The teacher then reviews the revision to ensure that the writing shows improvement

Our Process
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SpiderSmart Blog

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May 8, 2024

Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, 2024

SpiderSmart began with a strong Asian connection in Annandale, Virginia, just outside of Washington DC. Known as “Little Korea,” this community needed and supported our first SpiderSmart learning center. We love that May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage month! We keep a global attitude at SpiderSmart and want our students to experience and […]

May 8, 2024

Famous Asian American Quotes

This Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month be sure to enjoy these inspirational and thought-provoking quotes from some famous Asian Americans! “Good things will come from self-expression.” – John Cho The actor (Sulu in the new Star Trek movies) and author (Troublemaker) celebrates expressing your true self though art. “If you can’t change your fate, […]

April 4, 2024

Earth Month

Our Students Lead the Way! April is Earth Month—including National Parks Week, Arbor Day, and Earth Day—so schools and classes around the world are celebrating with competitions, games, festivals, and activities that teach how to help our planet have a healthier future. Kids love Earth Month because they can dig in the dirt, plant a […]

April 4, 2024

Meet Leonard Bumbaca

Mr. Bumbaca (Mr. B) is a seasoned professional with an illustrious 30-year tenure at SpiderSmart, Inc., bringing a wealth of experience to our learning community. His remarkable career includes serving as a retired Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) teacher, where he left an indelible mark on students across all levels of math in Middle and […]

March 3, 2024

National Reading Month!

Create & Celebrate a Nation of Diverse Readers This year, the National Education Association is promoting the theme Create and Celebrate a Nation of Diverse Readers. Let’s think about what this means and why it is important. What’s the Point? Reading a book transports us to another world and can show and teach us so […]

March 3, 2024

SpiderSmart’s Founder and President, Jeannie Jung

Thirty-five years ago, I was a young mother, raising two kids. Our favorite pastime was going to the children’s section of our local library and reading children’s books. One day, a thought came to me to develop writing assignments based on these books. I knew how difficult writing can be, being an immigrant and having […]

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