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kezcreates says:
Toot Your Child's Horn!
I am so proud of my oldest son Kevin right now, I could burst! So I decided to make up a thread for everyone to join in and toot their kids' horn for all to see :)
Jun 1, 2009
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kezcreates says:
- My oldest son got his test results back for the Canadian Achievement Tests this week and he scored Grade 12.1 to 12.9 on everything... but he is only in Grade 6! WOOHOO Kevin! Awesome job! I am so proud of you :) :)

- My 6 yr old daughter is in Grade 1 but reading at a Grade 4.6 level.

- Matt is ready for walking and starts at daycare tomorrow (my work)and says Hi! and Blech lol
Jun 1, 2009
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novice@it says:
My son Adam is 7. He reads on a much higher level than 2nd grade, he has had 2 spelling tests this year, with extra vocabulary definitions thrown in, and passed both with 100+ points, I am so proud of him, he is my angel. My oldest son Josh is a wiz on the computer, and I have no doubts, that his desire to design video games and programs, will be successful. I sometimes fuss with him, at all the time he spends on it, but I see his passion, and I know he is extremely talented, go Josh!!!!! this is a great idea for a thread. thanks.
Sep 14, 2009
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Ashkenazi Lynne says:
My son Stuart, okay he isn't really a child as he is 30, but he is my child has just passed his driving test....whoo hoo...
Sep 18, 2009
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~ JJ ~ says:
Yeah well done Stuart x
Sep 18, 2009
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kezcreates says:
I have yet to pass mine (ugh LOL) because I've never taken it - don't ask... phobia I think? lol. so good for Stuart!

That's so great novice - I think it's important to celebrate childrens' milestones because although everyone is different, everyone also has their own special talent to discover :)
Sep 30, 2009
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animerae says:
David just turned 5 and is in kindergarden. The teacher is vary impressed with how quickly he learns. He is above most of the kids in his class academicaly. He knows all his ABC's upper and lower and what sound they make. He can count up to 50. Passed all the kids on counting. And oddly, he loves reading.(well me reading to him) About 8pm every night he gets a different book and says "mom lets read this and got to bed". Strange huh. LOL. Love him to bits though.
I'm so vary proud of him. He's one smart cookie.
Oct 25, 2009
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novice@it says:
Adam got into the gifted program at his school,(he is 9).Now I am proud of him, and this, but you must know that we have had many issues with Adams past teachers telling me "he works so slowly", "he cant complete his work on time", "he probably wont pass the standards test" "I worried about his focus issues" "He is a big daydreamer", those are just a few,. I knew how important being a daydreamer can be, and it really gets you through a lot in life. So heres to whoever could see past all that to see the brilliant kid he is.:)
Mar 30, 2011
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