Did you have an easy time of it as a child, learning to read and write?greenspun.com : LUSENET : Novenotes : One Thread
Did you have an easy time of it as a child, learning to read and write?---Al
-- Al Schroeder (firstname.lastname@example.org), September 18, 2000
Yes to the reading part, and my printing was good. But in third grade when we started cursive handwriting, I thought I would never get the hang of it. Fortunately, I finally did!
-- Becky (email@example.com), September 18, 2000.
Reading ? Super easy, I could read before I entered first grade, and reading with understanding has always been easy for me. I can't imagine a life without reading -- but can a life with out the general run TV programs. Handwriting, Bah! I am still trying to control size and configuration of same. Webtv and a keyboard are a huge blessing and benefit for me.
-- Denver doug (firstname.lastname@example.org), September 18, 2000.
I was (and am) very one-sided. I read and wrote effortlessly, at school and did it at home for fun. When math time came, I would fall out of my chair in a fake seizure, or anything else that would get me out of there!
-- AJ (email@example.com), September 18, 2000.
I was reading and writing just before I was 4. When i got to Kindergarten at 5 everyone was placed in reading groups according to their ability. Well, I was my own group. I was given a 1st or 2nd grade book and eventually I got bored and they would send me to the library to read. I think my love of reading stems from that time in the library. Not being hampered by the curriculum I was able to read a much more varied set of stories.
-- ally (firstname.lastname@example.org), September 18, 2000.