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  1. Time Left: 10 days and 56 minutes

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    Used book. Great book for helping new readers practice tackling longer words. Lists are presented in a logical order, and each word entry has a sentence to demonstrate use.

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  2. My DS is 4 and will be attending K in the fall. He is currently reading Magic Tree House books and working through Building Thinking Skills Grade 2/3. However, he can’t write legibly at all. He gets frustrated trying to write letters and numbers. He doesn’t like drawing, either. What should I do?
  3. Can anyone give me some advice on where to go from here? I just got results for the DORA exam for my 10dd (4th grade). She has always struggled with reading. She learned to read at 6.5 and only about a year ago stopped asking me "When will I know how to read?". We've completed OPGTR and almost all the ETC books (doing book 8 this summer). She also completed Reading Eggs and Teach Your Monster to Read when she was younger. I'm currently having her watch Elizabeth B.'s phonics videos and I'm using How to Teach Spelling with her. The main problem I see with her is she forgets the sounds of
  4. First post here... My son has been reading since age 4 and really enjoys it. He is 7 now and spends a lot of time reading quietly to himself. However, I have started noticing a great reluctance to sound out words or names he is unfamiliar with. Do you have any suggestions on curricula that would follow naturally from the end point of Ordinary Parent's Guide to Teaching Reading? We used the last third of the book last year (1st Grade) to get him more familiar with sounding out long, complicated words syllable by syllable. Any kind of workbook, curriculum, or other suggestion is greatly app
  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 ab
  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
  7. I have just processed, with the Lexile Analyzer, prose samples from the McGuffey Readers that I’ve been able to find online. The books are not in the Lexile database. And I don’t think poetry can be mechanically, yet accurately analyzed. Occasionally there is a sample that isn’t aligned with the others in grade level, deviating from upper-level books normally, to 7th-grade, 8th-grade, or graduate-school level. I have determined the general pattern, though, to be that the books cover a two-grade range in lower levels, and a range of several grades in the higher levels. Because the Lexile Analyz
  8. 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 exc
  9. What have you seen to be the most helpful in solidifying sight words? I am noticing a few gaps in my 1st grader's sight word vocabulary. I just don't have the time to do drill flashcards; I need something she can do independently. I was thinking of getting a sight word workbook or reader, but there are so many. And one she has is too easy. She is reading books like Amelia Bedelia and Make Way for Ducklings now. We are continuing in our phonics lessons, but she needs this extra sight word practice to help her reading as I am supplying too many sight words for her. Here's some workb
  10. What have you seen to be the most helpful in solidifying sight words? I am noticing a few gaps in my 1st grader's sight word vocabulary. I just don't have the time to do drill flashcards; I need something she can do independently. I was thinking of getting a sight word workbook or reader, but there are so many. And one she has is too easy. She is reading Amelia Bedelia and books like Make Way for Ducklings now. I think teaching phonics is best, but I am supplying too many sight words when she reads so she needs some extra practice. Here's some workbooks I was looking at: 10
  11. Hello All, I hope your all are not suffering terrible with your allergies as I am......wishful thinking....lol. My DD is the product of public school in West Texas. Our school district had taken phonics out when she was in the early years of learning to read. She enjoys reading. Starting reading Harry Potter in 2nd grade and has never stopped. She especially enjoys dystonia books. But, she can't pronounce many words to save her life. She just glosses over such words. She is a very fast reading and I am not sure of her comprehension. She makes straight As but I don't th
  12. Hi all, Just wondering what you make of a kid (10) that is a good speller, but poor reader? He can spell 3-5 letter words that follow spelling rules, and can manipulate sounds within the words (bat to bag, for example). His reading is so far behind his spelling though! He's working through an OG program and it seems to be working great for spelling, not for reading. Any ideas? Could it have to do with attention? Vision? Something else?
  13. Hi, We have been homeschooling using a mostly read and narrate approach to comprehension, but due to a long illness, a move, and other circumstances the past couple of years I have not been able to do as much reading with my kids. :sad: I am now realizing they are quite behind in their language/reading skills. I have been considering doing a more workbook approach just because I feel they need some intensified lessons to hopefully catch them up. We will continue to read as a family and narrate as much as possible, but I am looking for recommendations for something they could work on independe
  14. I have embraced the fact that I am not going to be able to stop the boys from learning some sight words. I am using OPG and am (lightly) supplementing with HOP, which has "sight words" but many of them follow the "rules," just rules that haven't been taught yet ("like," "see," etc.) But I can't find a list of just the words that break the rules. Like "you." The "when-two-vowels-go-walking-the-first-one-does-the-talking" rule doesn't work. What are the other exceptions? I don't have a problem with them memorizing those words, as long as I know that they are rule breakers. But I can't find a lis
  15. My son is 6 and currently in ps 1st grade. Next year we are homeschooling. He is deaf but with his cochlear implant and hearing aid functions like a child with mild/moderate hearing loss. He is a struggling reader but doesn't seem to realize it. He will guess at words and continue on without noticing the sentence is nonsense. He reads words in isolation fairly well but struggles with phonics and sounding out words as well as reading words in context. Any suggestions for what I might be able to do to help him would be lovely.
  16. Having just read a few threads on phonics, and remedial reading classes.... I'm now having a crisis of curriculum. Do I need to be specifically teaching phonics? My two olders both started reading at around 5, before starting kindergarten. I had done some Progressive Phonics with them, but eventually stopped as they started reading all the black text as well as "their" text, and besides they were too busy reading books to bother doing reading instruction. But I see all these posts about the importance of phonics rules, and how critical they are for instruction, and I wonder if they nee
  17. This week I found a new program online called "Gemiini". Here is the link: https://gemiini.org/ It is a subscription based program with videos (over 12,000) for children with autism or special needs to help with speech and language. It is research based (repetition, working memory, novel events, etc.) and so far my daughter loves it. It's hard to explain without watching one, but I would check it out. They have a $1 monthly trial to test it out. Jenn
  18. I have been using Christian Light with my son through first grade. He turned 8 in October, and we are just now finishing the Reading One. He struggled with reading, so we have been working through Phonics Pathways for about 6 weeks as well. I believe he is right at second grade fluency level, with some days being better than others. Reading and L/A takes us the majority of our day; it is laborious and the workbooks seem a little too much for him. He doesn't enjoy reading,and this effects his attitude also. I love CLE because I feel like it is so strong academically, and it is open and go. I
  19. My ds is 7 and in between 1st and 2nd grade. We used the Pathway Reader "first steps" with it's correlating workbook last year and he did well. Now that I'm getting curriculum ready for this year, I'm getting overwhelmed at where to start him. I'm trying to take a small (let me emphasize small) step back to fill in any phonics gaps he may have. The teacher guides in PR suggest that one workbook goes hand-in-hand with another workbook, etc. We did not start with the beginning workbooks last year (Learning through sounds, Before we read, etc). I have all the workbooks and have looked throu
  20. I recently came across Mosdos Press and am very impressed by what I see. It is a reading/lit program with a secular moral focus and the curriculum looks like something my son and I would both love. There are texts with the readings and study guide info all together in one; there are additional student workbooks with more activities; and there are teacher guides. Each text has tons of short stories, plays, a novel, and lots of poems. I love the focus on teaching morality through excellent literature choices and I especially love that it's secular. I'm just so impressed by it and can't wait
  21. Here we go again.... I'm not a new homeschooler. We pulling our oldest daughter out of public after she completed Kindergarten 10 years ago, so I'm not new to the rodeo. I AM new to the learning disability one though. We made the choice to enroll our 3rd child into a charter school last year for her 3rd grade year. After much frustration with reading we knew their would be some issues with milestones from the school. Sure enough they told us she was behind in reading. Pretty drastically. Not a shock. I had been hoping that her struggle with reading was just a delay in having the "click" mo
  22. I am going to be doing SOTW 2 with my 2nd and 4th grade girls next year. It is easy to find literature for a 2nd grader because that is typically when one would be in that year. I have found Classical House of LIterature to use with her. I may not use every day's narration page though, as I think she would become frustrated. However, I am having trouble finding some history based literature for my 4th grader. Does anyone have suggestions for 4th grade or 5th grade level books for this year in history? And did you do special questions or anything to go with them, or just have them read an
  23. DD is 6 and finishing first grade. She works especially well with iPhone and iPad apps, which are also important b/c she has a vision impairment and these devices are more accessible for her. Am seeking recommendations on more apps, any area but especially fun reading apps. We already have Starfall, Reading Raven (ok), Eggy Phonics 1-2-3 (she liked but the 2 and 3 versions froze partway and she's been unable to finish them.) Any and all suggestions welcome! ::)
  24. Happy Sunday dear hearts! Today is the start of week 19 in our quest to read 52 Books. Welcome back to all our readers, to all those who are just joining in and to all who are following our progress. Mr. Linky is all set up on the 52 Books blog to link to your reviews. The link is below in my signature. 52 Books Blog - Monuments Men and art fiction/history mystery reading month: I enjoy learning about art, but sometimes the non fiction art books, despite the beautiful and sometimes mysterious pictures, can be a dry subject. Which is why I love art fiction and art history mysteries. And I
  25. Just had my kids take the Woodcock Johnson as an end of year assessment 1) My fifth grader scored at an eighth grade level for decoding/phonics/word attack. BUT she only scored at a low fifth grade level for reading comprehension. That's not so terrible, but I consider her to be very intelligent and the type of kid that would be in a "gifted" program, and I feel that she should be doing better, especially if her phonics score is so high. Other than "have her read more," does anyone have any suggestions how to address and improve this? 2) My seventh grader scored at a tenth g
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