Or show me the ice cream? Working with a twice exceptional student who loves ice cream has its advantages. That’s especially true since that 2e student is headed for an entrepreneurial lifestyle, aided by his organizational skills. For some kids, I need to plan and rehash and continually tweak the reward system. This kiddo had it all worked out. Due to travel issues and my ridiculous health problems, he is behind in getting “paid,” but he’s ready to score some major desserts! I wouldn’t support this kind of plan if he had eating or weight issues. In fact, he’s a stringbean and eats really healthy stuff that I only learned to enjoy as an adult.
We are sharing this Google doc (a great feature, by the way). He developed and I “decorated.” That means I corrected spelling errors so he might notice that “whipped” has an h, “chocolate” doesn’t have a k, and the plural of “cherry” requires changing the y to i. I do plan to ask him to spot the differences. Practice makes permanent. Oh, I also added the color.
I think I might drop by his house some evening in the near future. I hear they are due for some ice cream parties!