Timmy’s Grade 8 Start
Timmy was coming to the end of his summer break. Spending all summer in his basement playing video games, was not the most fruitful of summers but he needed time off. The feeling of intimidation of moving on to Grade 8 was overwhelming. He was required to grow up, but had no idea how.
Much like his school classes that did not show him how to do anything, they just said “Do it!” And then that he was wrong, and to work harder. His expectations for grade 8 were not any different. He floated through elementary school, barely able to read, nothing interested him. He would just not do his math homework, and get passed on to the next year. He heard that was different this next year, but his friend Charlie’s brother, was just passed on. He had hope for no change.
His parents were frustrated, and did not know what to do. It was so much easier to blame the video games. If only there was a way, to have him play his video games AND practice his math, read a story.
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