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Sunday, October 19, 2008

Nash's reading at end of summer 2008


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Originally uploaded by Nashtaters
Nash worked hard with Jill his babysitter/tutor this past summer, and went up one level of reading in two months.

Here he is reading at age 7, The whole video didn't load though......

4 comments:

Chris said...

I'd be excited if I read a big word like "important" when I was 7 too!

He is incredible. You must be so proud

All 4 My Gals said...

Good job my angel boy!

Mauzy said...

Seger is my most IMPORTANT player....good lord

really though, the bridge between sight reading and phoenetic (much less my spelling) reading at this age is difficult and we can't seem to get on the same page for a reading program.

any suggestions?

mum2brady said...

WTG Nash!!! Great reading Jan! Hey - I talked to Brady's tutor, and she says she uses Explode the Code with all her kids with special needs and that it's a great program.

Hope things are looking up with the reading program woes - sooo frustrating!!!