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  1. Hi, My son is 5 years old and we recently started going through The Ordinary Parents Guide To Teaching Reading. We're on lesson 40 and he seems to be enjoying it so far. He is my eldest son and I've never taught reading before so I wanted to check that his progress for where he is in the book is okay, and that we don't need to pause for review. Basically, when he reads he will pronounce each individual letter and then say the word correctly in full, i.e. 'h' 'o' 't' = 'hot'. Theres no slow blending just the whole word, I think this is good but should he still be saying each letter individually? Everything is at his pace obviously but I'm just wondering if he's still pronouncing each letter first, do I need to pause for review?? I kind of think he's doing really great but when I watch videos of children they are slowly blending the letters into the actual whole word rather than pronouncing each letter and then saying the whole word. Thanks in advance. xxx
  2. This year I've been homeschooling my 4 yr old boy (5 this summer). We had a very productive first month of homeschooling. We did about 30 minutes every other day using Bob books, Saxon K and some cutting, coloring or mazes. In that time he sounded-out and read the first two sets of Bob books (he had played with starfall and knew most letter sounds). Once that first month had passed he started refusing to do any school. We stopped because he is 4 and I want him to enjoy school. Around the end of September when he was bored I'd ask if he wanted to do school. Sometimes it sounded like an exciting proposition so we kept on going with Saxon K (which he calls the fun homeschool) and occasionally he would read one bob book for a special treat. Eventually we started with OPGTTR. DS was doing well. He was reading (sounding out?) the passages in the book, but his eyes would glaze over. He was doing it for the special homeschool treats. Once again, the time came when he did not want to read it because he thought it was boring. And to be fair, it is kind of boring. Then my husband got transferred for his job. Between the craziness of keeping a house ready for showings and preparing for a cross-country move by myself and two kids, we did not do any formal school between January and March. He did play in the computer a lot with starfall (which is now boring) and abcmouse (which also became boring) and pbskids. This excessive computer use was because I had 20 showings in 6 weeks. While unpacking after the move, I found a still wrapped set of new Dick and Jane books my MIL got the kids for Christmas. I was very adamant that I would only do phonics with DS based on OPGTR. But since it's been a while since we had done anything I thought, well why not? Let's see if he can read them. So I took book 1 out. All the "Oh, oh, oh." sounded hilarious in my head so I read it out loud in the funniest way possible with faces and voices and all. Then we discussed the pictures. Lo and behold, my child wanted to read it himself. With giggles. I know many of those words are sight words, but in the last two days he has chosen to read the first three books (granted, they seem fairly simple) but he went from sounding out Bob books to almost fluent reading. Since he is more amenable to reading Dick and Jane if I read them first (in my hilarious mommy voice) I am not sure if this is really reading or if he is just repeating. I didn't know he could recognize "yellow" and "blue" we never reviewed those words. Like I said before, he did a lot of computer time during the crazy move so maybe he picked them up then? Should I just go with it? If so, we would move on to what? I feel a little lost since I've never done this before and the logical method (to me anyway) is to follow a curriculum in order rather than jumping around. We had done several OPGTTR lessons and he can sound out words like h-e-l-p and blend, but we never moved on to multiple syllable words. I am confused and I do not want to mess him up. It is likely DS will soon find Dick and Jane boring too, but for now he does like them and the pictures. Opinions and suggestions would be appreciated. I do not post often because my kids are little and I am very new. However, I've read several threads before posting this. I will therefore add this note which I think is unrelated, but perhaps will prevent replies such as "just read to your kids and don't worry about it" ?: We do lots of reading using books the kids pick out from the library and if it's nice we will go to playgrounds several times a week. DS is a mini paleontologist (joking, he just loves dinosaurs) and recently we've moved on to obsess about planets. And yes, both DS and DD (3) play with Lego, blocks, boxes, dolls (action figures), cars and such. Plus we do lots of science (planting, weed pulling, looking at stars, talking about germs) and experiments. DS is not yet writing. I offer crayons, colored pencils and paints and he does a little "abstract" art which is fine. As of age 4, he cannot write his name and I'm ok with it for now because he can spell it lol. He does color in the calendar square for Saxon math. I am bilingual, so occasionally we do Spanish time. And all the other normal things ...
  3. Hi there! Ok, so I know that this is a question that has no right answer, because everyone's philosophy on reading is different and everyone's child is different. But I find myself freaking out over how not-far we are in OPGTR and how not proficient in reading dd is after half a year of K4, and I need someone to talk me down off the "I suck at this" ledge! :) My dd is nearly 5 and we've been doing K4 this year. We are just getting into the "beginning consonant blends" section of OPGTR. Dd usually does really well as long as we're going slow and she can sound out slowly, but she's still needing to sound out - only rarely looking at words and being able to read them without having to go "ffffffff...iiiiiiiiii....xxxxx. Fix!" Things she's seen often, like "cat" and "mom" and stuff like that, she can read without sounding out. Sight words like "the" too. I have tried to work with her on stringing all the sounds together without a space in between, but she still breaks them up. (I feel like I'm nagging if I keep pressing the issue.) I worry that i's starting to become a problem now that we're getting into longer words, because once in a while she will mentally reverse sounds or leave off the first sound. (i.e. "hhhhh...oooo....pppp. Op!") Sometimes she just guesses. Sometimes she accidentally starts with the letter on the right, then can't let it go and start from the left. (Like for "pat" - "ttttttt...." "Where do we start?" "ppppp...aaaaa...tttt. Tap!") I haven't had material for her to read that's exactly scintillating - we've mostly just been reading the practice sentences and short stories in OPGTR, and she finds them boring. (She actually groans most of the time when I bring out the book. Not a good sign.) I just ordered a couple of the reading books from AAR, so I'm hoping that will inject some fun and motivation into our tooth-pulling reading lessons. I guess my question and my worry is - are we doing ok? Are these just normal struggles? Are we at a "normal" place? I was an early, easy reader, and incremental progress is a hard concept to wrap my head around. I'm trying to get more comfortable with it, but then I worry that I'm getting too comfortable, KWIM? TY!
  4. When dd was in K doing OPGTTR, I would do one review lesson, about 10 lessons back plus one new one each day. She caught on quickly and did very well. Ds is now in K and struggles with reading (I have posted about his struggles before). We are half way through our school year and just this week started the section on blends. I know he will not finish this book until sometime well into 1st grade and I'm ok with that. However, one lesson a day is about all he can handle. On the longer lessons, I often have to do split them into 2 days. Now that we are on blends, how can I do even 1 review and 1 new? There is no way he will read for me that long. I thought about doing review one day and new the next, but that will take us forever to finish the book. Maybe later he will be able to handle more in one day, but for the foreseeable future, that won't happen. Any ideas or suggestions?
  5. We are about a week into using The Ordinary Parent's Guide to Teaching Reading for our kindergarten phonics program. My five year old stepson, who happens to be extremely fidgety, apparently loves it. When I pulled out the book this morning, his exact quote, with a giant smile on his face, was, "Oooh, yes! Reading! So I'm going to learn another vowel today?" He rocks his body to the rhythm of the letter sound rhymes. It's super cute. Thank you, Jessie Wise! :) Heather Rae Former elementary teacher - Currently wife and mom DS8 - FLL3, WWE3, Spelling Power, English from the Roots Up, Prima Latina, Math Mammoth, SOTW 1, WTM Life Science, MindWare Grid Perplexors, Discovering Great Artists, Drawing with Children DS5 - OPGTTR, MCP Math, SOTW 1, WTM Life Science, MindWare Logic Links, Discovering Great Artists, Drawing with Children DD2 - Alphabet and numbers (her refrigerator magnet letters are her favorite toy), loving anything older brother is learning and doing in kindergarten DD1 - Crawling, smiling, playing, and eating everything
  6. Hello! I am starting to really put plans together for next school year and I have already found some great suggestions on this site for staying organized (as much as possible with 4 boys! :D) I will be HS 2 ds this year - 1st and K'er. Being that I am a curriculum junkie (already! this early in hs?!!:tongue_smilie:), I have the CLE Learn to Read, OPGTTR, CLE LA 1 and Read to Learn 1, FLL, WWE and AAS. Typically, the CLE LTR program only takes part of the year and then the student starts the RTL program. The CLE LA 1 is started about 1/2 way through the LTR program. My ds #1 is already reading very well so I wanted to just start him with the LA 1 and RTL program. I was planning on using the LTR program with my K'er. For K'er (completed Explode the Code A, B & C last year): Since the CLE LTR program in the recommended schedule only takes part of the year, I was thinking of combining it with OPGTTR. Doing CLE 3-4 days/wk. and OPGTTR the other. For 1st (comp. ETC 1, 1 1/2, 2 & 2 1/2 last year): Also since the CLE LA1 & RTL program are scheduled for part of the year, I thought about combining it with FLL, WWE and AAS, similar to above. Am I crazy???:D Has anyone ever combined WTM with CLE before? Any suggestions? I know I will need to go through the WTM materials and arrange the use of them according to the CLE schedule, but before I went through all the trouble I thought I'd ask for some advice!
  7. I'm new here and didn't find out about OPGTTR until lurking here! I'm planning on integrating OPGTTR into what we are currently doing and was wondering how long it usually takes to go through it start to finish. My dd is 4 and we have been learning to read since her 4th birthday this fall. I have been using BOB books and the Now I'm Reading Books by Nora Gaydos. They each seem to fill in gaps that the other has. I have a phonics reference book that I read to learn all the proper rules and get help with good words lists. So a reading lesson for us is me explaing the new rule the book (bob or NIR) is going to cover, then sounding out a list of words that use that rule, then reading the book. We read each book at least twice, usually a few days apart so that dd has time to absorb the information. I think we'll finish both sets of books in the fall. DD can currently read Go Dog Go, Green Eggs and Ham, and some level 1 easy readers largely--although not entirely--by herself. Now that I have OPGTTR, I'm going to wait until we have finished the boxes sets we are using and then go through and do any lessons that weren't covered by the sets. I have noticed that there are a few early lessons that we'll do, but mostly we will need to cover the last 1/3 of the book. I am thinking that we'll do the lessons and then read an easy reader type book since she doesn't like lessons that don't involve reading a separate story. She just wants to read, not learn to read. How long does it usually take to finish OPGTTR from start to finish? Or integrated with other books like I have done? How many lessons do people like to do a week? From where we are to where I'd like to finish, it seems like it will take us 1.5-2 years to get through all the material. Is that normal? Thanks for your insights!
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