Slowly but surely!

Keianna learns differently than my eldest two, but after being stuck for weeks on A, B, and C, she mastered them overnight.  It was fun to introduce D on Saturday!

Here she is making her NEW LETTER!  Bits of paper bag were the medium du jour.  One letter at a time she’s mastering upper case, lower case, and the sounds they make.  Knowing Keianna, she’ll have spurts… stall out for month, then suddenly learn them as fast as I can present them!

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5 thoughts on “Slowly but surely!

  1. Are you just teaching her to recognize the letters? My Leah will be 3 the end of Sept and I have thought of doing something with her through the day since her brother and sister are in school all day.

  2. That’s one of the many things I love about homeschooling…
    They can learn slowly. They can learn quickly.
    They can learn at their own pace,
    but, surely, they WILL learn.
    I like how you’ve been introducing the letters to her.
    I began doing this yesterday with our Beth
    and thought of you. (weird, huh?)
    I love the photo. Is she outside on a balcony?

    Thanks for your comment on my blog.
    Will ran 5 laps around the house and Beth ran 2 of them.
    I would love to let them run in the winter/snow, too,
    but we don’t get any of that down here.
    But, Who knows, what the future holds?!

    Have a wonderful day!

    ~ Christina
    HsKubes HomeSchool Haven
    HsKubes Haven for Home
    Christian Military HomeSchool Mamas

  3. Awww.

    I always remind myself that “slow and steady wins the race”. I often feel like I am so slow at getting results or outcomes that I desire.

    She is so precious! Have a wonderful day. ((Hugs)) Jessie

  4. Hi. I just checked out your blog after you responded to my post about your children loving God and others. I have some idea about my question (how do you foster a sweet family atmosphere), but would be happy if you have time to write more.

    On a practical note, where do you get your templates? Do you do them free hand, buy them, or download them from the web?

    Thanks,
    Lori

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