Learning to read by the age of 3.
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My grandson and I spent a lot of time in the kitchen reading cook books and looking for "The Recipe". He would come to me and say lets do "The Recipe" and show me a picture in the cookbook. At first I
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Learning to read by the age of 3.

posted at 2/17/2010 12:45 AM EST
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My grandson and I spent a lot of time in the kitchen reading cook books and looking for "The Recipe". He would come to me and say lets do "The Recipe" and show me a picture in the cookbook. At first I would read the ingredients and he would search in the cupboard and drawers and place them on the table. Soon he was reading the ingredients and getting them himself. His favorite recipe is the pumpkin pie. Yes, we did get covered by pumpkin and other things, but those memories will last forever. Now his brother is 3 and he is asking to make "The Recipe" just like his older brother did.

Learning to read by the age of 3.

posted at 2/18/2010 4:37 AM EST
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Thats a great idea to teach a child how to read!

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