My soon to be 6 year old (first week of January) can easily read at a 3rd grade level. I suspect she can read at a higher level.
What does your home instruction look like, when your young one is reading so far above their age? The joy of having an early reader has quickly been replaced by the dread of having an early reader. (Not everything my DD can read should be read.) How does one proceed? How do you find great books your young one can read that is age appropriate? Do you teach topics such as main idea, supporting details, main characters, plot, setting, time, theme?
We have read aloud to hear above her own reading level, usually the Classic Starts series. I tried reading the original Classics aloud to her, but some passages are not appropriate for very young children, and it was getting difficult to paraphrase on the fly. But, now she can read the Classic Start books on her own. She does not want to, but that is another story. So now what do I read aloud?