amo_mea_filiis. Posted January 10, 2012 Share Posted January 10, 2012 I know ds isn't the only one, but I'm wondering how you all handle this, if you even do. I notice it the most with math. Ds will be literally in the middle of a math question and while counting lines, another problem catches his eye and he'll jump ahead to do it, then go back and finish what he was working on. I can't decide if I want to redirect him and keep his attention on the problem he's doing, or leave it alone. Other than attention, I want to have him work in order for left to right directionality (he's having problems reading because of this). The other is him not really following directions. Like in math again, it will say to draw 3 more triangles. He'll write 3, 3 times. This bothers me because, cognitively, he does have trouble following directions so I want him to do what it says, but OTOH, he is drawing the correcting amount of something and getting the right answer. What say the hive? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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