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From a Home Schooling Mother June 2011 after one lesson on SKYPE
Just wanted to let you know that I've been practising the 6's and 9's etc, with
C and it's actually working!! (I know - you already knew it would!!) We're
both so happy to see results and so quickly. It's been such a struggle
just writing out times tables and saying them by rote etc and then her having no
retention of the info at all, so this is a huge leap. I've been getting
frustrated that C can't seem to retain the basic facts (which numbers make
up 10 etc) and knowing her timestables, and it holds us back from advancing with
more difficult work.
I also got S (8) to practise her spelling list words using her fingers, and
it seemed to help straight away! This is a huge leap for her also. Her
progress with reading/spelling has been slow as it seems her brain is wired
differently to C and R in that dept!! I get so frustrated that she will
sound out a word on one line, but if she comes across it on the next line she
has no recollection of what the word is/sounds are!! It's as if she has never
encountered that word and has to start from scratch and sound it out again. I
can see her problems, but have no idea how to help her overcome them. C and
R (7) have never had these problems, so I haven't had to help them in this
way. Someone suggested using Jolly Phonics, but at the time it seemed a bit
confusing, and regretfully I never pursued it.
My main concerns are the two I've outlined above, so I would appreciate any
help/suggestions you can give. Thanks again so much, and looking forward to
All the best,