Hi all, I am looking for some advice. I have a 4 year old child in my reception class who can already fluently read, mainly recognising words by sight and sometimes decoding words (usually in his head) that he does not already know by sight. He understands the text he has read and will talk to me about things like emotions he saw, what happened at different points in the story and why they happened. We are working on his creative thinking with reading as when something isn't concrete he is much less confident (e.g. what might happen next) He can write neatly, correctly formed letters and uses finger spaces, capital letters and full stops. I am trying to challenge him further by asking him to add more information into his writing such as describing words and adding 'and' to make a sentence longer. I have only ever worked in reception and never come across a child like this before. What else do I need to do to challenge him further without putting him off reading/writing, he is still emotionally just a little 4 year old boy. I make sure all the activities he does are on the same theme as the rest of the class, but differentiated to suit him, as he is quite shy and I don't want him to feel different to the other children. Thanks in advance for any help or advice you can offer!