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Learning to Read: How My Unnatural Reader Began Reading

– I have four children who have always been homeschooled. They learned to read in four very different ways, though there are some important similarities too (all four have me for a mother, after all). This is the second in a series of posts examining how each of my children learned to read. – Colter

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Learning to Read: How My Natural Reader Began Reading

— I have four children who have always been homeschooled. They learned to read in four very different ways, though there are some important similarities too (all four have me for a mother, after all). This is the first in a series of posts examining how each of my children learned to read. — Noa

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What the Kids Are Reading

I’m planning a series of posts telling how each of my four children learned to read. Obviously, I don’t have time to tackle that project until after Christmas, but here’s a little teaser in the form of what they’re reading right now. Nova (16) The Ultimate Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy … yes, at the

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Reading by the Numbers

I love the Barnes & Noble-published series “100 Things You Should Know About Pirates” … or Explorers, or Rulers, or World History, etc. Good car and bathroom reading, nicely presented in tasty tidbits. I had a new one in the car and asked Nova (10) to read ten items aloud to Lock (who at 8

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