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Posted: Dec 27 2010, 04:21 AM
Clearly neglecting my kids to be here this much
Member No.: 26
Joined: 23-November 06
Somewhat ironic, but if you think about it, also somewhat expected. The more established they are, the less likely they are to think out of the box.
But you don't take no for an answer, even if the first attempt doesn't quite work out!
You're the mother and foremost educator - your children refer to you as "imi morati" for a reason. B"H you also have some experience in education, and it'll be easier for you, but even if you didn't - ultimately not only is it your responsibility, but you are also in the best position to learn and understand what your child's needs really are.
(and if Nick's description of her daughter relates to yours, I very much second the recommendation for Miquon Math)
Best of luck!
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