wy_kid_wrangler04 Posted September 22, 2012 Share Posted September 22, 2012 ... preferably that doesn't cost an arm and a leg (if that is possible). We are still at a stand still. I told myself I would give our curricula a year and if there was progress I would stick to it but ds2nd is still where he was (he advanced 4 pages in a year-- not a single new concept though) He was doing well with CVCC or CCVC words for a while but now is struggling with CVC words again. Time for a change. Ds 1st will stick with what we are doing. Its working fine for him! one l michele- I see you use I See Sam books. What (if anything) makes those different than other phonics readers? I am downloading the s/s now but I don't see samples anywhere. We have Nora Gaydos set 1. He did ok with those but we have put them away as he was getting bored with them so we got some other ones out (I have a BUNCH of level 1 phonics readers :001_huh:) But I think we will pull those out again next week and try again. We have been doing more with foam letters and he does ok for VERY short periods. His attention is completely gone all the sudden too so I know this is part of the reason. I am about to put all phonics away for a while and get the letter people videos out again (we have the originals from the 70's! ;)) But- I fear a major regression in a very short time if we do that. So we will add them in to the mix again. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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