First of all...RELAX.
I know there are some expectations, but really?
Every child has a different way of learning to read. My son, I had to sit with him and have him read to me. My daughter (who is a year younger) sat beside the two of us and learned the same time. Not by reading to me, but by observing and listening. (Her choice).
My youngest has a hard time grasping things. Like the words should and could.
So we tried something different. I wrote the words in large letters, on a sheet of paper, and sticky tacked it on the wall in her bedroom. Right in her line of sight while lying there in bed. That way, she would see the words and know how to say them, when she was looking around her room. It worked. She does this all the time now. It works for her. Even with math equations.
The real trick is, is to just take things calmly. Don't panic. Your child will feel and feed off your 'vibes'.
I hope this helps.
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