My oldest son is going to be 5 in May. Tonight he read his first word (Moose). And he really wants to learn to read, my kids LOVE books! But, here's the problem, their father is either at work or in bed all but 3 1/2 hours a day, so he's not going to be any help teaching how to read. I have no issue teaching math, and he and his little brother both do basic 1-10 addition & subtraction. BUT, I am dyslexic and have always had trouble reading. So I had to learn to read differently than "normal" kids. Plus, I honestly don't remember my childhood much and don't know how I learned to read. For me, math is super easy, it never changes - 2 is 2 is 2, ya know... But letters are completely different! Sometimes an E is hard, sometimes it's soft, and sometimes it's silent... How do I teach something when I still have trouble doing it? So I was hoping I could find a phonics program or print outs or something online that would help. I don't want him to fail to reach his potential simply because I have an issue in this area.Answer Question
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