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23 January 2016


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That's interesting about not emphasizing letter names. I am not sure it would be possible around here to keep them from learning letter names. Do you ever sing the ABC song?

We *are* condensing a two step process into one translation. I hadn't thought about that before.

What do you do about writing? The perennial shortcoming of the early childhood education program in my house is a lack of paper time. We don't get them drawing and writing often enough. So I thought getting the five year old to practice writing his letters would be an easy start, but if that interferes with reading... Anyway I'm interested hearing how you handle that. Just encourage drawing until later?

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