Okay so my daughter is almost 4(march 5 is her bday). I'm trying to start teaching her things to get her ready for kindergarten (i know its a little ways away). She already can do a lot and I just want to continue teaching her as much as I can. She knows her abc can almost count to 100 by herself (she forgets a few #) and she can write most of her letters and can right her name. Heres my problem...she's gotten to this point where she's struggling a little bit and its frustrating her. How can I be a better teacher for her when it comes to writing the rest of her letters and her numbers? Also, any advice on how to teach a kid how to read and sound out letters and words? Any help would be appreciated...thanks!!
Answer by Nanixh at 12:05 PM on Mar. 4, 2011
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Answer by MOMMY2TWINBOYS4 at 11:40 AM on Mar. 4, 2011
When we hit a rut, I do exactly what you have done and come here and ask for help. I got SERIOUSLY the best advice ever when I posted a similar question a few weeks ago. The Letter Factory DVD. I am struggling with teaching my 3 year old and worry that I'm not getting through to her. Watching that video once a day for 3 days taught my kids how to sound out their letters and also helped me with the rut my 3 year and I were in!
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