Here's the issue...My 8 year old daughter is at the end of her 3rd grade. She has a late birthday so she was the last one to turn 8 in her class and she did so after school started back. She began the year making straight A's and is ending her year with A's in reading, but C's, D's and F's in math. She does have ADD. I took her to Sylvan last summer. She tested at a 7th grade reading level, but a 1st grade math level. She does well with word problems, but struggles with computation. She has no speed and her recall is horrible. She does not play with many kids in her class, but loves playing with younger children and is a leader with them. I considered holding her back last year, but I thought if we could build her confidence up she might get better with her math skills. She is not firm with her basic math facts. My husband and I argue the same point that she is immature for her age, but have completely different approaches on how to deal with it. I think we should retain her, which we should have done in K or 1st, but she seemed okay just "pokey." My husband thinks we just need to push her more. He doesn't see how another year will change anything and that she will lose what she has in reading. What do you think?