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Old 01-13-2013, 10:10 PM   #16
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Re: Parents of early reader, a ?

I don't think you really need to do anything special beyond reading to him and making books available. Our son is 6 and in grade 1 he's at a grade 4 reading level. Honestly we didn't do anything special with him but read all the time and also started work books. Hour also LOVED to carry around him own pad and pencil at a very early age. Ge would write "stories" which started out as scribbles when he was younger, but he would tell you the elaborate story, then when he learned to write he now makes mini novels with drawings etc. Maybe he would like his own pad and pencil ?

We also had the leapfrog fridge phonics that he LOVED
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