Ds is three years old and just got out of school last Friday. Since we will be home most of the summer I want to focus on his education. i want to take at least 2-3hrs out of his day(Mon-Fri) and focus on his ABC's- 123's- shapes etc... I have been looking at websites such as Nick Jr. to find ideas. I read that it is best to teach a letter a week. Has any one done this? How did it work out? Could I do a letter, number, and a shape for a week? Is that too much? I have already brought activity books, printed out activities, I have even made books. He can say his ABC's but he do not recognize them when you point to a letter. The four months that he has been in school was great and I want to keep the momentum going. Any advice is helpful. Thanks!Answer Question
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