Teaching Andrew his native language


2 thoughts on “Teaching Andrew his native language

  1. Having followed your blog since A. and C. were about 10 and only had initials for names, I have to say, this is amazing.


    1. It is, isn’t it? It’s miraculous, really. At this point, I see no reason why Andrew shouldn’t acquire his native language. I’m trying to figure out what to do about Jimmy …. (actually, I’ll write a post about that. I think Andrew is one of those kids who managed to learn to read visually. Jimmy didn’t, which means using GrammarTrainer may not work since he can’t read what’s on the screen. I need to just dive in & try it …. but I’m dragging my feet because I’m going to be so disappointed if Jimmy doesn’t learn.)

      Thank you!


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