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Monday, August 9, 2010

Progress in Home Schooling

Our little one is on her countdown about her going to school. She is very excited and can't wait till the class opening. We will be enrolling her on the 19th of this month and classes will begin on the 23rd. Oh how time flies, my little girls is now a school girl wahhhh.

Anyhow, I want to update you guys with our home schooling. We started with our session last month and with just two weeks straight, she made a huge progress on writing, counting and reading the numbers, and now she can read some words/sentences.

One thing that I learned for kids to easily learn how to read is to ask them what they want to talk about. In our case, Rylie picked God and animals.

She wrote all the stuff on the board and she easily reads them. Not only that you are teaching them how to read but also teaching them to spell words.
This is how she looks when she can't remember the word lol. That's a frustrated look lol.
I know that there are so many younger kids who can read better than her but I am still proud of how fast Rylie learns. For the month of July, we only had three weeks with our lesson but she did really well.

Below is the video of her reading the things that she wrote on the board. I have a longer video that I recorded but for the love of me, I couldn't find it in my archives lol..


Yesterday, we bought her a first grader book instead of a kindergarten book because most of the stuff that was in kindergarten was already tackled by my and her. Rylie is so addicted in learning that she would immediately asked me to start our lesson the moment she wakes up in the morning. That's one of the main reason why I am always absent in the bloghopping lol.
Thanks folks for coming by. I am now signing off as it is 1:25 am already.

24 travelers' comments:

Carolyn Ford said...

What an adorable little girl! And, the video is precious too. She will learn so easily...you can tell she is motivated. This is really special.

Vernz said...

wow, go Rylie, go! ... rites of passage talaga yan ... you can do it in the big school Rylie..

vivapinay said...

Such an adorable little princess you have.. excite na jud sya mopasok sa school..

Mrs. Kolca said...

Very good job Rylie dear. Her writing is clean and clear huh. Buti hindi baliktad ang R at N. Hihi. Alam mo yon, may ibang mga bata na baliktad ang sulat ng R at N..^^

charmie said...

She must be a clever intelligent girl sis! Like mother!
Ganda na yong penmanship niya. klarong klaro na!

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eileeninmd said...

Beautiful little girl! Happy MYM!

Ann said...

I home school my son which was good, until I found he needed friends.

Siromade said...

Very smart and very motivated little girl in studying, she's trying hard to do her best..good girl you need a nice treat from your mum/.hehe

sexyjessie said...

I can see that she's excited about going to her new school.

At least, she got all the prep from you.

Chris said...

great job mommy! :)

Marites said...

that's really cool that your kid is quite interested in learning. keep it up, Mommy! :)

reanaclaire said...

Can see she is very interested in her own work.. :)

Manang Kim said...

I love that frustrated look, so cute!

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Liz said...

I think she's doing great. She's very pretty too.

Thanks for the visit sis.

Liz @ MLC

Willa said...

she'll do good in school for sure!

Marice said...

such a cutie and she looks really smart! :)

Dez said...

Very smart daughter you got in there. congrats :)

Eden said...

So smart ni Rylie and I love her handwriting.

Mel Alarilla said...

Rylie is inherently smart and she has a yearning for knowledge. You will not have problem encouraging her to study her lessons and excel in class when her class opens. She will grow up to be an intelligent and versatile person knowing so many arts and crafts. Thanks for the homey post. God bless you all always.

Dhemz said...

awww...ang galing galing ni titser...wohooo! way to go Rye...am so proud of you both....:)

my gosh....Akesh and Rye have the same frustrated look...hahahah! ganyan din si akesh when she forgets something...and when she did good...she's just like rye...jumping up for joy...ehehhehe..:) kakatuwa!

Mylene said...

She is bright indeed!

lina@home sweet home said...

Salute to Rylie :)

Thanks for dropping by

Mel Cole of PA, USA said...

Wow, nag-home schooling ka na pala Rose? That is one tedious job. Glad to know you're one of the home schooling moms. I like to have that on George too.

imriz said...

and i do love that frustrated look on her...she looked so adorable. for a first grader, i'm sure you'll go places.

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