I realize there is a great reason why public schools fail, and even though I knew it before, it hits home. Public schools can not adjust to meet the needs of the individual child, period.
Troy is NOT ready for kindergarten in many ways, and in others he is. He is ready to learn reading, but not writing. His fine motor skills are just not developed enough to write. His attention span...well, let's just say it needs attention. LOL
At first we were doing all of his activities right together, but it was causing him to be frustrated and more distractible. In light of this I have done the following:
<------Troy with his beads,
(he did dress himself, by the way)
- removed science and art and penmanship (for now)
- reduced Bible down a LOT, we will do short Bible stories and a memory verse
- Moved his story time to bed time
- Removed his geography rhymes
We are focusing on numbers, phonics, and fine motor skills. Today he worked hard (and had a GREAT time) stringing beads. He loved it.
I love that I can meet his needs at his level, and allow him to excel where he is ready, and work harder on what needs more work. I am blessed that I can educate my children at home.