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  1. I knew I would get great ideas and I promise we have tried some of these. But hearing from this group and getting a good list (multiple votes) just makes me so much surer about what we do and where we should go next. Thanks again for taking the time.
  2. I knew I would get great ideas and I promise we have tried some of these. But hearing from this group and getting a good list (multiple votes) just makes me so much surer about what we do and where we should go next. Thanks again for taking the time.
  3. I knew I would get great ideas and I promise we have tried some of these. But hearing from this group and getting a good list (multiple votes) just makes me so much surer about what we do and where we should go next. Thanks again for taking the time.
  4. I have another question for the group. My second child (boy - 3 years and 3 months old) is at the point where I feel I need to start some sort of formal learning/ work. Until now we have been reading to him everyday; playing with duplos, cars, trains; used leapfrog dvds, and take him outdoors - park, pool, etc whenever we can. I would like to get ideas on what/ where would be a good place to start for math,reading and writing. I have looked at HWT and like it. I have used AAS with my older daughter (7 years old) and thought I could use their AAR program with my 3 year old. Confused
  5. I have another question for the group. My second child (boy - 3 years and 3 months old) is at the point where I feel I need to start some sort of formal learning/ work. Until now we have been reading to him everyday; playing with duplos, cars, trains; used leapfrog dvds, and take him outdoors - park, pool, etc whenever we can. I would like to get ideas on what/ where would be a good place to start for math,reading and writing. I have looked at HWT and like it. I have used AAS with my older daughter (7 years old) and thought I could use their AAR program with my 3 year old. Confused
  6. I have another question for the group. My second child (boy - 3 years and 3 months old) is at the point where I feel I need to start some sort of formal learning/ work. Until now we have been reading to him everyday; playing with duplos, cars, trains; used leapfrog dvds, and take him outdoors - park, pool, etc whenever we can. I would like to get ideas on what/ where would be a good place to start for math,reading and writing. I have looked at HWT and like it. I have used AAS with my older daughter (7 years old) and thought I could use their AAR program with my 3 year old. Confused ab
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  8. I appreciate all of the comments, hugs, support and advice. All of the suggestions make sense and I will surely be re-reading the "have you filled your bucket" book this weekend - we read it a few months ago but this would be good time to revisit. All of your comments really provide me with a good perspective on the issue as I really don't want to make too much about it but at the same time there was something about the episode that hurt so thank you for understanding. . These forums are my go to place (husband and friends actually come next) when I need help - thank you for your suppor
  9. I appreciate all of the comments, hugs, support and advice. All of the suggestions make sense and I will surely be re-reading the "have you filled your bucket" book this weekend - we read it a few months ago but this would be good time to revisit. All of your comments really provide me with a good perspective on the issue as I really don't want to make too much about it but at the same time there was something about the episode that hurt so thank you for understanding. . These forums are my go to place (husband and friends actually come next) when I need help - thank you for your suppor
  10. I was a little disturbed by an incident that happened yesterday at my daughters school. My 6 year old daughter (our first) attends school at one the areas best all girls private school and I afterschool on most days . We live in a suburb in Texas and hence made the decision to not go with the public school in our area. The private school is 45 minutes away from our home and the fees is high but my husband and always agreed on giving our children the best education we possibly could. Okay so yesterday I picked her up at carpool and she told that an incident happened at recess that was on
  11. I was a little disturbed by an incident that happened yesterday at my daughters school. My 6 year old daughter (our first) attends school at one the areas best all girls private school and I afterschool on most days . We live in a suburb in Texas and hence made the decision to not go with the public school in our area. The private school is 45 minutes away from our home and the fees is high but my husband and always agreed on giving our children the best education we possibly could. Okay so yesterday I picked her up at carpool and she told that an incident happened at recess that was o
  12. Thank you again for taking the time and sharing so openly. This forum surely taught me a little more about this group and will also help me keep things in perspective.
  13. It really does feel good to read about all of these experiences especially because I grew up in India and some things were quite different. Thanks for sharing you thoughts. Its great to see how reading, trips to the library, love for the books features in some many stories.
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