Dyslexia in Primary Grade Children
Dyslexia manifests itself is so many different ways, but if your child is exhibiting some of these symptoms, they may have dyslexia or a number of other learning disabilities.
Some primary grade children struggle with spelling, remembering facts and numbers, reading and spelling. For example, when it comes to reading and spelling, they may reverse letters or move letters around in a word – such as “left” and “felt.”
Some children with dyslexia have difficulty following a sequence of directions, struggle with word problems in math, and have handwriting, or fine motor skills that affect handwriting or the ability to grasp a pencil correctly.