Answer by SWasson at 4:16 PM on Jul. 18, 2009
Answer by hypermamaz at 4:25 PM on Jul. 18, 2009
No. And many children his age are ahead in some areas while average in others. And there are always areas that need a little more time. So take delight in who he is and what interests him in the moment. Don't worry about where he is and how advanced he is. Buy games that suit his needs at the moment. By the way: I have known very brilliant children who still loved Candy Land even when in the upper elementary grades. It is about meeting his needs not about if he is ahead or behind. Bottom line: every child is "smart" but you have to find what motivates him and what captures his attention. If games made for 9 year olds does that then by all means.
Answer by frogdawg at 11:19 PM on Jul. 18, 2009
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Does this happen to you when you try to spell-check and you quoted someone?!!!