He’s reading Cat In The Hat and Teletubbies all by himself. He rocks!
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Olivia has written 4 entries about this goal
I bought him phonics flashcards for Christmas, and he’s always excited to practice with them. He’s doing well, and can sound out a lot of words on his own. I think he’ll do just fine and will be at the same reading level as the other kids when he starts kindergarten this year.
He’s lately been really into volcanoes and plate tectonics, so he’s added another word (volcano) to his instant-recognition list. :)
We’re trying, but he has such a hard time sitting still and concentrating. He’s smart, and if it’s something he’s really interested in, he learns it just like that. He can read “dinosaur”, “allosaurus”, etc. But try to get him to remember, “and” and “for”? Not a chance. I’m thinking “bookworm” is not one of the hats my boy is going to wear. Actor, comedian, rock star, modern interpretive dancer, yes. Bookworm, no.
Well, really, he’s teaching himself. I’m just there for guidance and encouragement.