Hedgehogs4 Posted January 15, 2011 Share Posted January 15, 2011 so...I have taken your advice, but it is a two-pronged approach. I have ordered AAS, level two for DS 9 (after a little diagnostic test) AND I have ordered Phonics Road for DD 5. I am hoping that AAS will help him directly, combined with the exposure / helping with PR with DD. He cannot keep his nose out of her lessons...he loves to observe, "help" and reteach the stuff that I am working on with her, and so I know (without having to make him feel like he's starting from scratch) that he will learn her stuff without trying. I'm excited about both. They look like great programs. It might be overkill, but I am really intent on not letting his spelling problems stand in the way of him learning to write. He has a gift for communication, and I want to empower that however I can, without it being a miserable experience. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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