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    I was 5. Not very long after I learned to speak actually. I was a very late speaker because I was basically deaf for a long time due to a heavy middle ear infection. I think me learning to talk so late is one of the possible reasons for me having a stutter, if not only recessive genes. I remember having a huge ego because I was the best in class at reading, I used to boast about it to everyone!
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    I was 5. Reading was always extremely easy for me, despite having ADHD. I always remember liking it, and finding it to be very easy. Math on the other hand was a completely different story. My mother had to endure a lot crying and fighting to get me to do my math homework.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 93JC View Post


    I remember learning how to write more than I remember learning how to read. I knew how to spell but I couldn't write very legibly until I was well into elementary school. (Some people would argue I still don't write legibly...)
    In 5th grade my teacher actually started having me do my assignments on a computer because my handwriting was so bad

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    My parents didn't know I knew how to read when I went to Kindergarten. I taught myself by using record-player books and my little record player. The teacher started teaching the rest of the class how to read and apparently I had already figured that bit out, so she finked on me to my parents.

    ... so... age 4 for me?

    My parents also read to me all the time when I was little.

    I usually was advanced a few grades higher for reading, all the time, doing the higher-level course work.
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    3 - 4.

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    Confession: Still can't read. I'm here for the pictures.
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    I don't know. I have been able to read as long as I can remember, which goes back to age 3-4. I know my parents used to read to me quite a bit, so I probably picked it up that way. I don't remember any deliberate advice, like sounding out words. Of course, I could read only very simple things back then, but was always an advanced reader for my age. I despised first grade since most of it was spent teaching us to read, and I was made to go through all the stupid exercises like tracing words on pages, etc. I wanted them just to give me a book and let me read.
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