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@cosimojack.eth
At what age did your kid learn to read? How did you go about teaching them?
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@irn-chf-lftovrs
My kids memorized the stories we read to them at bed time. Then they would “read” them back to us and we would point out each of the words so they get acclimated to groups is letters as words, spaces between words, direction in which we read, etc. they also loved writing names (Mom, Dad, etc).
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@irn-chf-lftovrs
One more fun one: We have foam letters that we throw in the bath tub. I call out a letter and if the get it right I yell “G UP HIGH!!” and I stick it to the bathtub/shower wall with a bang. They think it’s hilarious.
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@big-red
Just read with them a lot at home. My one daughter picked it up much earlier than the other, but they were both reading pretty well by first grade. Good teachers + reinforcement at home = win 👍
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Not every kid is equal. My first just learned by himself at 4, we are struggling to teach to the second one at almost 6. We started from the letter and a lot of reading together before bed. The first just clicked one day and started reading words. For the second is much more difficult for longer words.
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