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Raising Readers Course A, Day 4 - Shared screen with speaker view
Dawn’s iPhone
23:58
My daughter will be 3 next month
Vic & Erika
30:24
you see their eyes light up when you connect storie with real life movies songs ect
Emely R.
47:06
by what age should a child be able to assemble words? the developmental milestones for speech are hard to understand. in the past three days my 2 year old has mastered d w and e but only verbalizes 8-10 actual words.
Meredith P
50:57
well done Zimbabwe!
Emely R.
50:59
go baby! q Dios la bendiga
maryhobbs
51:06
You accomplished a task and wanted to show us, thanks
Tiffany
51:27
thank you for sharing with us
Meredith P
59:08
100% guilty of not following through with my son (now 17) because he was an early my reader and when he started reading I thought my work was done
Allysha Bryant
01:00:19
someone told me that if they do sight words then they’ll be able to read. I thought it was more important for them to learn how to sound letters out & blend it together to form words. what do you think?
Emely R.
01:00:31
from allysha: someone told me that if they do sight words then they’ll be able to read. I thought it was more important for them to learn how to sound letters out & blend it together to form words. what do you think?
Allysha Bryant
01:00:37
I realized I sent this to someone privately by accident. I’m sorry!
Emely R.
01:00:56
just resent np 🙂
Allysha Bryant
01:01:36
that’s what I thought, thank you for reinforcing that
maryhobbs
01:05:07
Reading from memory. My daughter is 7 with a cognitive disability. She started with sight words and “reading” from what she remembered. Wish I found you earlier.
Erica Thomas Collier
01:06:20
That happened with us in first grade she was “progressing” and then it seemed like all of sudden she was behind in the reading level.
maryhobbs
01:10:49
What do you recommend for children writing letters too big?
maryhobbs
01:12:01
7
maryhobbs
01:14:33
Thank you
Meredith P
01:20:43
I had a parents teachers conference with my daughters prek3 teacher and I explained to them that I’m taking this time of virtual learning to focus on mastery of sounds of lowercase letters. I don’t wish to engage in the virtual assignments where they are asked to identify upper case letters without sound recognition. Or asking my child to write uppercase letters. It seems like an exercise in futility when they are then asked to unlearn this during the 2nd half of kindergarten. They said they do uppercase because it’s easier to have kids write uppercase. What’s my argument for pushing for lowercase. You can answer me offline if needed
Allysha Bryant
01:22:00
so I should stop throwing away all the broken crayons. lol
Allysha Bryant
01:23:53
that’s how ayaan writes, upper and lower case together
Emely R.
01:26:28
I’m working on developing baby boys ear and when I raise my voice to say something louder he cries. is this part of our learning curve? I don’t scream it or anything he just seems very sensitive to loud sounds.
Allysha Bryant
01:26:57
my daughter was like that too, she is 6 & still doesn’t like loud sounds.
Vic & Erika
01:29:22
legos work great with that also
Meredith P
01:34:35
are those books avail for those who purchased h2f
Meredith P
01:34:48
lol
Vic & Erika
01:41:31
dopeness
Meredith P
01:44:04
missing the monkey bars with the closure of playgrounds and now I’m looking outside to see if I can start having the girls do some good workouts hanging from scaffolding
Vic & Erika
01:44:08
so great makes so much sensee
Meredith P
01:44:17
hood
Vic & Erika
01:45:56
strong girl
Meredith P
01:49:02
thank you!