So far, the first half of this book has been a very easy, no-help-required, review section for all of my students. There is nothing new introduced, and the sentences aren’t very complex. If you have a child that is really picking up, you could even let them read it on their own for fun and go straight to the second half for your next lesson.
I wasn’t sure how this particular student would do, so I did use it in a lesson but it was completely unnecessary in the end–she did great.
Yes. We stopped at page 11. Some days are like this. On this particular day, I believe a neighbor dropped by our house and by the time I bid her farewell, there was really no recovering this lesson.
You may want to take a moment to discuss the difference between the words know and no. Use sentences and oral discussion together!
We took time this day to discuss the difference between sewing a garment and sowing a seed. We talked about how helpful it is to have two spellings, that we might never get confused about the meanings.
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