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I am so proud of Sam's reading development. I firmly believe that including daily YouTube videos (variety) that reinforce basic sight words have truly increased his reading skills. He is engaged each day in listening to the flash card review words as they flash along the screen in different formats. Tonight after we made the video and he began to practice, he added a new way to review. He saw the word and then hid behind a pillow and spelled it out loud. This was the first night that he added this additional step! We learn from each other every day! GO SAM!
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