He has to write out at least one sentence and some sight words and then can also write out what he wants. We set up the computer when he is doing his bathroom routine.
I went on the rides.
At school he uses a program called WordQ. It cues what he is typing and he can use the mouse to hover over the word and it will read it out. If the correct word is there he can either click on it or pick the number with it.
I want to grow up to be a ninja turtle.
We did the words a couple of different ways. The sight words he would pick which ones and copy down. That was working on his typing and learning where the keys were.
I went to the museum with Jennifer, Devon, Lucas and Katheryn.
I liked the mummies.
But we also worked on sentences; what did Nick want to write about? What did he do today?
I went to the movie theatre with Daddy, Austin, and Uncle Brad.
We saw Sponge Bob Squarepants.
He also liked writing his name, and Katheryn's name. Katheryn is one of his first words that he knew how to spell. One day I was bringing him downstairs and he just started naming off the letters of her name. I had to get him to repeat it before I realized what he was spelling.
I went to McDonalds
As he got better at the typing I stopped helping him as much with the letters. Instead of asking him what he wanted to spell out and telling him the letters for him to find, we started sounding out his words.
I went to grandma ridding apartment
I had an Easter egg hunt
Maddi and Austin came for dinner