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Mom taught me how to read at an early age. She read daily and encouraged me.

ReplyDeleteI don't really remember, but since I'm the only reader in my family, I probably learned how to read in school. :)

ReplyDeleteI think that was my first teacher who taught me how to read.

ReplyDeleteI can't remember who taught me but have loveed books from an early age. They take me to another world

ReplyDeleteWhen I was 4 years old my eldest sister taught me to read. She was 10. :)

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ReplyDeleteMy kindergarten teacher taught me to read.

ReplyDeleteMy parents - they always read and I was encouraged to read as soon as I was able. :)

ReplyDeleteI don't remember exactly but I'm sure it was my parents and my elementary school teachers.

ReplyDeleteMy aunt was a preschooler teacher and taught me how to read at an early age.

ReplyDeleteMy big sister taught me to read out of her Girl Scout Handbook.

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ReplyDeleteMy teachers taught me to read in school, but my mother got me into romances! :)

ReplyDeleteBoth my mom and dad taught me to read.

ReplyDeleteMy parents taught me to read. My second grade teacher, Mrs. Solomon instilled in me a true love for reading but making sure I had advanced books to read once it became clear I was ahead of the class.

ReplyDeleteThink Mum started me off then Primary school :) x

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ReplyDeleteMy aunt taught me how to read, she made it so much fun and she read with such feeling. She also gave the characters different voices, and made books come alive for me. Therefore, I wanted to learn to read early.

ReplyDeleteMum (a teacher) taught me to sight-read by the time I was two!

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ReplyDeleteMy first grade teacher taught me to read, but my Mom and Grandma taught me to "love" reading!

ReplyDeleteMy mother and father both helped me learn to read.

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My parents taught me to read.

ReplyDeleteMy dad would read to me when I was younger, but after a few too many nights where he fell asleep in the middle of doing so, I would just take over and began teaching myself to read more complicated stories.

ReplyDeleteMy mom and my grandmother taught me how to read. And they always made sure I had plenty of new reads from the library.

ReplyDeleteMy Mom & Grandmother taught me how to read when I was around 5 years old. I always had the little Golden books & one on fairytales to cuddle up with at night before bedtime.

ReplyDeleteMy older sister first introduced me to reading. It took her a couple of tries because she said I was a frustrating student.

ReplyDeleteI was self-taught as of age three.

ReplyDeleteMy mom taught me how to read before I went to school :)

ReplyDeleteMy mom and dad taught me

ReplyDeleteI seem to remember my mum always reading to me and I learnt to read from there.School encouraged me to read more and I was at the library twice a week.

ReplyDeleteOh boy, this question killed me today. I just lost my lovely Nana a little over a week ago and she is the one who taught me to read.

ReplyDeleteApparently, I taught myself to read when I was 4!

ReplyDeleteMy parents and Sesame Street taught me to read

ReplyDeleteI learned it the old-fashioned way (I guess) at school.

ReplyDeleteMy teachers and parents taught me how to read...oh and Sesame Street!

ReplyDeletemy mother, she spent a few minute each evening to read me and encouraging to try

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ReplyDeleteMy teacher taught me how to read :)

ReplyDeleteMy mom and dad and also my older sister and taught me to "love" reading!

ReplyDeleteI learned to read at school, but my love for reading is from my sisters reading to me.

ReplyDeleteMy mom taught me :)

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My kindergarten teacher:)

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ReplyDeleteprobably my mom but it was my sister who got me to love reading books!

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ReplyDeleteMy mum taught me to read, I was between 4 and 5 years old

ReplyDeleteMy first grade teacher did, I think.

ReplyDeleteI cannot remember very well, but I guess my uncle (my mom's brother) taught me when I was 4.

ReplyDeleteMy sisters & Sesame Street taught me to read

ReplyDeleteMy kindergarten teacher and my mom.

ReplyDeleteI started by teaching myself a few words, then my mom, then my first grade teacher :)

ReplyDeleteMy mom. :)

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ReplyDeleteMy parents both taught me how to read.

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ReplyDeleteMy mother. I was reading with 4 years and it's all on her :)

ReplyDeleteIt was so long ago I can't remember but I've loved books all my life so I suppose my Mum must have started me off and the school continued!

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My teachers. :)

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ReplyDeleteI learned how to read at Linden Elementary School!

ReplyDeleteI learned to read in school.

ReplyDeleteMy grandfather! He would read the newspaper and then give it to me to practice reading. I learned how to read and expanded my vocabulary greatly

ReplyDeleteMy mum and then teachers at school.

ReplyDeleteMy mom and then my teachers at school. I always read before and after school.

ReplyDeleteMy parents and my teachers

ReplyDeleteI don't remember, however, I'm assuming it was my mom. She's always been an avid reader & lover of books.

ReplyDeleteMy sister took me to the library from a baby!

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ReplyDeleteI have ever to give credit to school and my determination to read.

ReplyDeleteMy teachers although I remember my mum always reading and having books on her bedside table

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ReplyDeleteMy mum loves books as much as me so she first taught me and then school.

ReplyDeleteWe had so many books at home, but I learned reading Little Annie Fannie in Playboy....

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