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    Is your DD at school?If not I agree with PP

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    Yes she's about to start prep. she can count to 30 and knows the whole alphabet, knows the difference between cars, trucks, motorbikes, bikes etc, knows all colours & animals.... but I think what worried me was my SIL who says I need to ""drum it into their heads as early as possible"" for them to learn to read. DD loves being read to, in fact we have heaps of books, some she loves more than others.. so yes, she had me worried. won't be listening to her next time.


 

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