Once every two weeks, Noah's teachers comes to our house to do school stuff with him. I enjoy seeing what they're working on, how well he does or doesn't do and such.
Yesterday, she brought a puzzle and then a worksheet where he had to figure out which of these things is not like the others and put an X through it.
Puzzles fall into the category of things Noah doesn't spend time on at home, like coloring and reading. (Always remember, 2 bad moms!) His teacher said something about Noah not using his problem solving skills to figure out where puzzle pieces go. And then he was terrible at understanding the NOT like the others. Again, something I would never have figured to work on. He was good at making Xs though.
Last night, Ching and I were talking about how funny it was that his problem solving skills would be in question. This is the kid who can figure out how to manipulate his classmates to get what he wants, or manipulate the entire situation to get out of something he doesn't want to do. Those are master problem solving skills. Puzzles probably just bore him!
April 10 is the big meeting to see Noah's evaluation results and plan for kindergarten next year. We still wonder if school will be a good fit for him. Will they recognize and appreciate his strengths as well as weaknesses? But, as long as he is happy being there, we won't worry about the rest of it!
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