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  1. great info here everyone! I have an 11 y/o sonwith dysgraphia too!! getting better!!
  2. Can anyone recommend a good book on dysgraphia. My eleven year old was just diagnosed. Thank you
  3. JodiSue, Thank you for the tip on Andrew Pudewa's talk, Spelling and the Brain, on YouTube. Awesome! I have seen him many times in person, but never thought to look on You Tube to find Mr. Pudewa to solve my son's spelling issues. Thanks, Colette
  4. He already read SL Core D. Loved the books...but need more. : )
  5. Does anyone have a Book List for Story of the World Vol 3? I am looking for books for my 10 y/o son to read himself (Readers) for 5th grade. Read-Aloud suggestions (I read to him) would also be appreciated. His reading ability is above grade level. In the past, I have used Sonlight History where the Readers and Read-Alouds correspond with the history. This year he will be doing Story of the World Vol 3 and I would like Readers and Read-Alouds that cover similar topics to the history material he will be studying. Does anyone have such a list? Thanks.
  6. Here's the link! :001_smile: http://wtm-pdfs.s3.amazonaws.com/wwe/wweevaluations.pdf
  7. Thanks Boscopup. Found the link (hard to find but found it buried somewhere) and will give the evaluation. Just what I needed. :001_smile:
  8. My DS (almost 10 y/o) did half of WWE1 in 2nd or 3rd grade, then we dropped it because we had other school priorities. I always meant to come back to it. (Won't make the same mistake with my 7 y/o entering 2nd grade who will start WWE1 in the fall.) DS (almost 10 y/o) is now entering 5th grade and I would like him be able to summarize better when he writes, so I would like to resume WWE. So my question is, "Where do I start him?" WWE 2?, WWE3? He has excellent LA skills (reading, spelling, grammar) and did IEW last year for the first time. He likes to write and will do IEW again in 5th grade. But just not sure where to start him without the WWE books in front of me to compare. Thoughts?
  9. Just remembered another good "boy" poetry book. "Monster Goose" by Judy Sierra. I hope this does not offend any "die hard" Mother Goose fans, but it really is hillarrious. Especially the one "Hush Little Monster Don't You Cry"...yes to the tune of Hush Little Baby. Some girls would like these poems too. My 13 year old daughter does.
  10. LOVE the ideas for 6 week plans. Might try that! :001_smile: CP
  11. LOVE the ideas for 6 week plans. Might try that! :001_smile: CP
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