KrissiK Posted January 8, 2011 Share Posted January 8, 2011 I'm having a bit of a conundrum here. I have 2 boys ages 6 & 7 (they are actually 9 months apart) and when we started pre-K, they started together, even though the younger one was only 3. He did well keeping up and is actually on the same reading level as his brother. However, I noticed last year when they were in K & 1st grade that their reading continued equally, but the younger was "at grade level" in math for his age. So, I separated them in math. That worked out fine. We started WWE1 last spring - a little late for the older and a little early for the younger. DS1 is doing great, and we will be moving on to WWE2 in a couple of weeks. However, DS2 does have a few auditory processing issues, etc. and struggles. My question is.... should I continue to do WWE2 with both boys, just taking it down a notch for DS2? I don't really want to do that because I want him to get the benefit of the curriculum as written. When he's ready for WWE2 I don't want to have already done it modified with him. KWIM? I don't want to keep changing things around for him as we progress. However, if I just make up my own exercises that are similar to WWE1 for him, then I have to teach both boys separately, which is getting increasingly difficult, since I also teach them math separately and they are both too young (and squirrely) to do much independent work without me hanging over their shoulders. I'm sorry this is long, but any advice? BTDT? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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