My Five Year Old Can Read A Book
Tuesday, 3 November 2015
A couple of weeks ago Mia had an extra story book in her homework bag. I wasn't quite sure what it was for but I brought it up to her bedroom as I was putting her to bed and she asked if she could read it. I said yes. So she read the book to me and it shocked me so much. She said each word so clear and the way read the book along with her expressions was pretty funny but so cute!
I hadn't a clue at what age kids started reading or writing if I am honest but I am learning so much things about kids now because of Mia. Never did I think Mia could read a whole book herself, with no help from me. She had parents evening not long ago and she is doing brilliantly well in school and enjoys reading and numeracy. She is still very tidy with her handwriting and it has improved a lot. Mia is forever with a pen in one hand and a notebook in the other.
It has become part of routine that every Monday after school Mia and I will sit down and do her homework before Elliw comes back from her speech school. It's actually quite nice just me and her too. Her homework is a lot more now than before as it used to be one page with just a couple of things such as copying letters but now it is a full double-sided homework and can be sometimes quite confusing for me!
Mia really enjoys reading her book to me, my partner and Elliw. She is only able read a certain book called 'Helo Helo' at the moment because that is what they are learning in school but she is really trying her best to read other books too. She is starting to read words aloud which is really impressive. She is so confident in her words and numbers. Really am proud of my girl.