blondeviolin Posted September 15, 2012 Share Posted September 15, 2012 My oldest does well with AAS. She is a quick learner and picks things up well. She's just past the section in AAS 2 that discusses VCE words and works with the dictated sentences fine. She reads well, so if we moved to WRTR or SWR, it would mostly be spelling we'd be using it for. I like the idea of spending one drop and having all of the letters. I also love that it can be used for future kids. I'm looking at SWR mostly because I'm concerned about it being open-and-go. I need something to tell me what to do when. In that regards, AAS is nice. I have even looked at the Riggs Institute. Thoughts on that regard? My only concern with Abby is that it seems that she learns things and can apply them right away. She can spit back nearly anything. Sometimes she does make dumb mistakes, but mostly she remembers the rules of AAS. I like the constant review built into AAS because I want to make sure she's really learning things, rather than just memorizing. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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