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From: 100 Easy Lessons (lnngmibas01-pool5-a159.lnngmi.tds.net)
Subject:         Re: 100 Easy Lessons?
Date: June 23, 2007 at 9:56 am PST

In Reply to: 100 Easy Lessons? posted by Lara on May 27, 2007 at 6:48 am:

If your daughter enjoys how the lessons are presented, you can continue using this program by following how they present and teach words for reading. For words that are not taught in the book, or more advanced words, you can use the same teaching format to introduce these words. My son and daughter did well with this program too. Unfortunately, when the child is through with the book, they can only read at about a 2nd grade level. Most chapter books are more advanced. I decided to continue using the program's approach and help my daughter read words that were not included in the book, and more advanced words. It was helpful and worked for a while. The book "Natural Speller" has helped my children with reading, grammar, and spelling. I'm very happy with this book because of its flexibility.

Patti


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