Here is a video of him reading in 2012.
Update October 2012
Ben is in the 4 year old preschool class at our public school. At our IEP I stressed that I wanted Ben to be a word rich environment and that he understands much better when he is exposed to the written word. At home if I want him to learn a word I get out the doodle board and write it for him a few times. He seems to pick them up rather quickly.
Just last week the new special ed teacher told me after school "I have to confess, I kissed your child today, and more than once!" (She also knew Ben before she became involved with the school, so it was OK). But then she went on to explain why. She decided to test Ben on his sight words and he scored an 80% on the first grade sight reading list. Now I have to admit that he does not always get the ending sounds on all his words, and she gave him credit for some that I probably would not have given him credit for, but over all he did quite well. Not bad for a 4 year old. Hopefully his love of reading will help him as he continues on to Kindergarten next year.
Here is a video of him reading in 2013.
Update May 2014.
Now at the end of Kindergarten Ben is reading sight words at a 3rd grade level. He really likes lists and we make him lists regularly on the doodle board so he can follow the steps. His night time board usually says something like this: 1. Go Potty, 2. Take a Bath, 3. Keep the water in the tub. 4. Put on pajamas, 5. Brush Teeth, 6. Kiss Mommy, 7. Go to bed. He reads his list without help and does each one of these things then crosses the number off the list when he is done. Sometimes he tries to be ornery and tries to mark off something he does not want to do, like keep the water in the tub at bath, but for the most part, writing a list for him gives him a visual of what we want him to do, and he loves showing us that he can do all the things on the list. It gives him such a sense of accomplishment when he gets to cross them off. I will try to get a video and post it soon.