naturegirl7 Posted January 3, 2011 Share Posted January 3, 2011 Trying to decide if this is right for us or not... I like that it seems to do phonics and spelling too. DS is a great reader, readers independently very very well. But struggles with the phonics portion of things...He does best with games or activity based learning. Workbooks and that sort of thing are NOT for him at all....He is resistive to phonics in general but wants learn to spell. We are doing Phonics Pathways now but it is lots of worksheety stuff and I am making up a ton of games for it. He likes it, but learning to spell is a big motivator for him right now and I am thinking I can use that to sneak in the phonics - wondering if AAS would help me do that more effectively.... So please tell me more about AAS!! I know it is really popular around here, and I like the fact that it is interactive and has magnets. But the website doesn't tell you much about the actual program itself at all which is really frustrating for me. Why did you choose it? How long have you used it? HOW do you implement it? Have you used anything else? What do you like about it? What do you dislike about it? What do your kiddos think about it? Thanks so much! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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