cuz im only 13 turning 14 on the 24th and i feel and can see the tooth coming out and i already hav my 12 y.o. molors came in and my bros gf said they usually dont come in this early. so i dont noe ...
i fell off a moving car the other day and broke my two front teeth [top] they said no pulp was showing and the roots are okay but how are they going to fix them? they said the loose teeth surrounding ...
no way!!!! i learned 2 read 2 yrs b4 i lost a tooth PLS vote me best answer
That is lie i started reading at three and i didn't loose my tooth until i was six.... and so has my son and daughter....
lol no. I was reading before Kindergarden but I didn't lose a tooth until halfway through the first grade.
i don't think this can be true! my daughter was well on her way to reading - before she lost her first tooth. however, i did notice that right after she lost it, her reading pace/learning curve has really picked up! maybe there's something to it! :)
loosing your teeth means that your bady is starting to change from a young child to a more mayture and developed person.
so it would make sense that u would get smarter and what not. plus u're gonna be going to school by the time u lose your first tooth so that contributes. but it's probably just a big biological coincidence
I learned how to read when I was 3 years old. I taught my self how to read. Wow, 10 years ago?
I lost my first tooth when I was 5.
They have no bearing on each other.
If you consider that most kids loose their first tooth at around 6 years of age, that should tell you that your question is not true. Loosing a tooth has nothing to do with the mental capability of a child to learn to read at a much younger age. The key for a child to learn reading is to read a lot to the child early on. The more you read to them (age appropriate) the more they increase their vocabulary. Then progress to using rhymes (age 3-4) and teach them to blend sounds together. Once they're at this stage it will not take much for your child to learn to read on her/his own.
Sorry, but I cant see what losing a tooth would have to do with reading.
no.... I learned to read way before I lost a tooth
No. I started reading when I was 3, and I didn't lose my first tooth till I was 7.
There is no connection between tooth loss and reading.