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For what it's worth, I have a pretty good memory and I remember I didn't learn phonetically, when I learned on my own at 4. I remember thinking phonics was a stupid way to learn to read.
I think some of the issue is that we're dealing with the English language, which is crazily irregular. I don't know if you'd get any kids learning Japanese or Italian phonetically (those are both pretty phonetical languages).
I’m asking for your ideas about how to make real play possible for kids again.
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