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#1 of 4 Old 01-25-2014, 12:52 PM - Thread Starter
 
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I meant Teaching Textbooks 3 but put 2 as I was thinking about how I thought 2 was supposed to be out by now.... And I don't seem to be able to edit the heading...

My 7yr old is whizzing through the math and I don't think he would have a problem with the math level in TT 3 from what I've seen. But he isn't reading at all and he has no desire to learn to read at the moment.

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Is 2nd grade out yet?

 

And sorry, I don't know the answer to your question but you could try to have him to take the placement test on their site.

 

ETA: Just reread your post, instead of the placement tests maybe try the samples availble with the video instructions?


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Lol nope your right I meant grade 3... Tue placement test is what is making me wonder about how much reading it takes....

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Gosh, we used teaching text book grade 4 but I don't remember how much reading it required. My dd wasn't a strong reader at the time so it must have been ok. That being said, she pretty much bombed her standardized testing that year. She got good grades on TT assignments but the TT material just was not inline with our state's grade level expectations. It took us several years with a different program to do the remedial work needed to get her on grade level.
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