Tagged: delightful reading
I just got Delightful Reading! The main reason I wanted to use it is for my almost 9yo son that struggles with reading. My 10yo daughter is a good reader and my 7yo daughter has passed her older brother up for the most part. I plan to use this with my 7yo as well though just because I like it. 🙂
I am wondering if there would be any benefit in doing some of the exercises with my oldest. If so, how would I figure out where to begin with her?
By the way, my son and I used it today and he liked it a LOT! I’m sure my girls will too. 🙂Sonya ShaferModerator
So glad your son enjoyed his Delightful Reading lesson! I hope it helps him gain confidence and fluency.
If you 10yo is already a good reader, I doubt that you need to use DR with her. In fact, it might make the reading lessons more special for your son if they are just for him; that way he can’t compare where he is in the book with where his sister is. Just a thought.TammyTEMember
Thanks Sonya. She is a very good reader. The only thing I have noticed with her is that she will use a word (correctly in contect) in a conversation but will mispronounce it. Usually once I correct her she gets it right from that point on though. I never really went through any type of reading program with her as she just started reading on her own at about age 4. With her being my oldest I didn’t know what to do. LOL
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