So, we had open house tonight. One of my students read the entire scavenger hunt VERY fluently and completely understood what he read. He read the word ENTERTAINMENT without even sounding it out!!! I asked him how he learned how to be such a good reader and his mom said he just started reading one day. Last year I had an advanced student, but he was reading at a guided reading level C at the beginning of the year. He could still participate in most of the group instruction. Sometimes I would give him other things to do, and I always differentiated during literacy centers. I'm guessing this boy is probably around a K or higher. He already knows how to do so much of what I do in full-group instruction. I don't even know where to start with him. I don't want to waste his time by teaching him sight words that he can already read. I don't want to waste his time with learning letters and sounds. Yes, I'm panicking a little bit, but I was just blown away by this little guy! I'm going to talk to my lit specialist tomorrow, but I thought I'd see if anyone here has experienced a student like this.