At a young age, I was learning how to read. Once I got in bed, my mother will always read a bedtime story. My favorite books have always been by Dr. Seuss. I always tried my best to help my mother read stories. Every time I would mess up, I had to start over from the beginning. I pushed myself to read better every day.
I was sent to a small preschool in Thomasville, Alabama at the age of four. Mrs. Emily 's was a great preschool …show more content…
I went to Thomasville Elementary school. Kindergarten was the same as preschool. I learned the same assignments as Mrs. Emily taught me. Kindergarten also taught students how to become a better reader and writer. Elementary school is a way of learning while having fun.
Elementary school taught me how to become a smarter student. Students could go to the library to read books and take Accelerated Reading test. My favorite books during elementary were Judie B. Jones. There were a couple of times I became one of the top Accelerated Readers. The library held book fairs a few times a year for the students. It was one of my favorites because the librarian would dress up as Clifford to encourage students to read. Clifford themed book fairs were always the students’ favorite.
During the elementary years, I started going to Jackson Intermediate School in Jackson, Alabama. Spelling became one of my favorites, other than reading. I even tried joining the spelling bee. Even though I did not make the spelling bee, I did not lose my love for grammar. Fridays were my favorite because it was spelling test days. I aced every spelling