thegeyser Posted February 2, 2012 Share Posted February 2, 2012 Summary Question (the short): Do I need to start supplementing FLL with a workbook type exercise if the lessons don't seem to sink in? Background (the long): My 7 y.o. son and I have faithfully plugged along in FLL and WWE for 1.5 years now. Today we continued with our introduction to prepositions (Lesson 160). He had trouble identifying the two nouns. He was guessing that "her" was a noun. He has memorized the definitions, but I think he doesn't really know what they mean. That or he just doesn't care enough to spend energy thinking about it. I am thinking these are nouns for goodness sakes, and we've been over them for over a year! It makes me want to buy a workbook. Do I need to do this, or is it something that he doesn't need mastery over yet? We've started doing a Mad Libs for fun, but he mostly says the same nouns (an animal) and adjectives (fun, cool) over and over. My child reads at an advanced level and has a fairly robust vocabulary. This tempts me to throw FLL out the window. Please advise! Thanks! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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