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YIKES! So, my heart breaks because Jacob is the one that has had the least "Mommy" time of all the kids. He doesn't have me around to help him with his reading and his homework. Karissa had my help until the end of 2nd grade. Nathan had me through the end of Kindergarten (which is when he learned to read). Jacob didn't have me for ANY school. Not even Pre-K. I feel this shows in their development and progress in school. Jacob still has a speech impediment, and he writes like he talks. Make sense?
I want to make it CLEAR that I'm pretty sure that Jacob's teacher wasn't privy to the letter he sent me. I believe that was part of the assignment that may have been optional. Nathan's letter was most likely seen by his teacher, and I can see some erase marks on his that shows he had it wrong at one point and fixed it. So, I'm in no way blaming the teachers here. This is a case of my kids not having anybody around to help them and show them the right way to do things. Looks like I have my work cut out for me this summer!
If any of you are homeschoolers...any tips on helping Jake to "get it"? I would appreciate any help I can get!