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  1. Joyful Learner
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    That is so cool. I'm not sure when K began reading silently but no mention of things like the magic head yet.

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  2. TheRockerMom
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    That's too cute!!

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  3. Ticia
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    LOVE it!

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  4. Mommy Moment
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    I absolutely LOVE it! What a sweet memory!Smiles,Jody

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  5. The Art of Family
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    HA! She is too funny! I love the running out of batteries part! Often when my children's toys stop working, this is what I always tell them – and they are bummed we don't have new batteries to replace. So cute! And of course, LOVE how the words being read in her hand – is magic for her 🙂 Great moment indeed!

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  6. Leslie
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    That is so sweet! For some reason, I remember making that discovery myself when I was a child. She described it so well! Thanks for sharing!

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  7. Raising a Happy Chil
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    How fun. It was pretty interesting when Anna switched to silent reading. Now it's hard to get her to read aloud because she speeds up so much. Great picture too.

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  8. Sound Schooling
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    Oh that is so sweet! She's intuitive. My youngest is now nine and it's so easy to forget these times, thank you for reminding me. I wish there was blogging back then too for digital recording.

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