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What age is teach your child to read good for?
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What age is teach your child to read good for?
I went through and I couldn't find an age range, but I have known people who have used it as young as 5 up to about 11ish.
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I don't need these but I just wanted to say that the Teach Your Child to Read book is GREAT. I used it last year with my son who had just turned 5, and this year he is reading chapter books and is well above grade level. I am now using it with his younger sister who will be 5 in Feb. The book itself says it's for "bright 3.5 year olds, average 4 to 5 year olds, or any child who has not yet learned to read." HTH
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Thanks, my ds will also be turning 5 in Feb. That is why I was asking. I want him to be well ready for kindy. He is certainly bright enough. He is already interested in reading. I think I might want this book or set.
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How much is shipping for teach your child to read? To 97230? I think it can go media mail.
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