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About penguin8079

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  1. Thanks for the replies! So Bob Books would be Instructional level? Any recommendations for other series-type books similar to Bob Books suitable for First Grade Instructional-Level? Thanks again!
  2. Hello! I'm sure this has been addressed before but with the forum indexing still ongoing, I've not been able to find this in the Forum or through the Google Search instructions. My daughter will be entering 1st grade in August and this will be the first year we pursue the classical approach so I'm trying to get a big jump start on planning, purchasing materials, etc. In the Well Trained Mind, under Reading Skills three levels are mentioned: Instructional, At Level, and Below Level. These make sense to me, but I'm puzzled as to what exactly "instructional" readings would be. We are us
  3. For what it's worth . . . my mom forced me to get traditional braces over my strenuous objections while I was in high school. I urged her to spend the money on herself as I was not concerned about having crooked teeth and told her I had no intention of wearing a retainer. She proceeded and things went just as I said. Total waste of money. If compliance is a potential issue and there is any possible way to hold off, you might want to wait for more buy-in from him.
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