My son got his first weekly report home Friday. It had note on it like 'unable to put numbers in order1-10' and 'unable to readily recognize letters' and unable to identify color words and shapes' Now my son has been doing all of these things for over a year now. In fact if he is in the mood he can sound out words and add and subtract sums under 15. The problem is he has to be in the mood to do it. Other wise he will say I dunno or I can't. Do I tell his teachers he is more than capable of this stuff or let it go for now. I mean they are reviewing right now so he may just be bored but it's gonna land him in the wrong reading and math group. After Dec. they separate into reading and math groups by skill level. what should I do?
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