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    2 y/o.

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    I think pretty solidly by 1st grade, at least starting to learn in kindergarten.
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    I remember my dad reading the Sunday comics with me as a kid and my mom reading bedtime stories like Little House on the Prairie, etc.
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    they started trying to teach me how to read in kindergarten or pre k (don't remember which) and i didn't learn til the beginning of 2nd grade
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    I read sentences in Kindergarten which I was about 6, and really sucked at reading until 6th grade (I could read books, but did poorly on those reading tests).

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    I didn't talk until I was almost four, but started reading around the same time as I started talking...
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    not exactly sure... my mom was an elementary school teacher and taught me pretty early so that I'd quit pestering her to read to me when she was busy doing other things

    I actually got in trouble in kindergarten because of it... I'd been banished to sitting at my desk for recess for a week for turning some sort of lame semicircular teeter totter over on another kid who really had it coming (he was about twice my size and I wanted off of the damned thing... he wouldn't get off so that my end would come near the ground, so I jumped off and it flipped over on him... I probably got in trouble mostly because I couldn't stop laughing about it!) and I brought a book in with me to keep myself amused. The teacher came over and asked what I was doing, so I told her I was reading and she told me that I couldn't read yet because nobody learns to read until first grade. I told her that I was most definitely reading and she called my parents in for a conference about me lying. She learned at that point that my mom was a teacher the next district over Bitch never did apologize though

    when I got older and read To Kill a Mockingbird I totally identified with that part of the book!
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    I have no idea when I actually started reading but I started memorizing books around 3 and pretended to read them but I was only looking at the pictures and repeating the words my mom said about that specific picture.
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    Don't know how well I actually read, but I legitamately mostly self taught around 3 or 4 out of a growing awareness and fascination. I always had a book with me- and my parents loved to show me off. When I got to elementary school, it was caught that I read peculiarly- instead of reading every sentance as it was- the black dog runs, I would read them often as 'dog black does run'. I got diagnosed with mild dyslexia around that age, though I am not sure if I really believe it, though I still do have an awful time reading sort of ambiguous handwriting, if it is cursive or messy I really have to squint
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frosty6226 View Post
    Don't know how well I actually read, but I legitamately mostly self taught around 3 or 4 out of a growing awareness and fascination. I always had a book with me- and my parents loved to show me off. When I got to elementary school, it was caught that I read peculiarly- instead of reading every sentance as it was- the black dog runs, I would read them often as 'dog black does run'. I got diagnosed with mild dyslexia around that age, though I am not sure if I really believe it, though I still do have an awful time reading sort of ambiguous handwriting, if it is cursive or messy I really have to squint
    I like your sentence better! Not only is it more dynamic-sounding, but I like that 'dog' precedes its colour. The dog is a dog first, and its colour is incidental and secondary.

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