Saturday, April 10, 2010


Philip has some trouble forming sentences and hearing what he's said or written.  Currently he has a very difficult assignment, then.  He is doing a "research" report on Amerigo Vespucci and I asked him to write down five new things he had learned about Amerigo in complete sentences - must start with a capital, end with punctuation and have a noun and an action word.  Once he wrote his sentences, I asked him to read them aloud to Betsy since he can't see if they are lacking without hearing them in action.  He turned in his paper and this sentence apparently made perfect sense to him:   Amerigo to school.

1 comment:

Lady Anne said...

Well, of course. Amerigo to school, and Benito go to work. Why not? Makes perfect sense to me.