Cindy - posted on 08/12/2009 ( 3 moms have responded )
I'm from South Africa and is homeschooling my son, who turns seven in a week. He has high functioning autism. ADD is part of that, above all of the other stuff. No school wanted to accept him, because he is "different" and they don't have the facilities to "deal with a child like that".
He can read, very well, and write and do maths. The problem is the writing part. He still doesn't know wich letters are supposed to be bigger and which are supposed to be smaller. This was also covered in his therapy, so you would think that he would by now.
How can I get him to remember this. And also get him to remember that a sentence start with a capital letter.
Any help would be appreciated.