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dawn76   in reply to rockbiter
thank you , thats a great idea. i will try that
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dawn76   in reply to rockbiter
thank you for that advise i will do that.
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I know it must be hard,you know your # and alpha bet ,have you tried,conecting with your daughter on her level,i did this with my brothers ,im the oldest of all my siblings and it work with them as well they were all smart as a wip before they got to preschool.just got lucky or or I must have found there keys lol.i have no children of my own but wish I could.but I made a game out of it my self I used what they liked the most.with a coyple it was making cupcakes with differnt colors and numbees on top or abcs if they got it right they could take a finger and get a little frosting of the top.make sure you include her on making the cup cakes that way she feels the cinnection and the worth of those cupcackes ,that was my sisters,i know its alot of cup cakes thats wht I made the smallest size you can brothers it was xookies. It takes a little of what I call thinking outside the box..just make sure she gets plenty of of course they have way more energy than we do but I hope this helps a little are a good mom and you deserve any help you can get.if you ever whant to chat leave email hope things go well for you and your daughter,god bless
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dawn76   in reply to bookworm2011
thank you
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start your daughter with the "ABC's lets get ready to read"
after she uses this a few weeks, go on to the next section" learn to read"
she needs to get familiar with the sounds each letter can make and this is a fun and easy also free way to get her started. You can get her reading over the summer and catch up with her grade if you do it at least 20-30 minutes every day.
The materials Ill send you will help with her learning the letter sounds, Ill send you more after she is reading that can challenge her.
Work on the reading part first then the math, since its numbers its a little different but ILL also send you some math building worksheets, but reading is most important at this age, if she doesnt read well, she will fail in all classes that require her to read.
Let me know if you have questions talk to you later leslie
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