What Are the Early Signs of Dyslexia?

Q:
What are the early signs of dyslexia?

A:
There’re many early warning signs of dyslexia. You should read this article if you suspect that your child has dyslexia. It will help you identify the condition.

The early signs include:

  • Trouble remembering names. Your child knows an object, but he or she just can’t remember what we usually call the object.
  • Difficulty rhyming. To put it in a simple way, kids with dyslexia don’t “hear” the rhymes. It’s not that they can never pick up rhymes. It just doesn’t come easily.
  • Difficulty telling time. Kids with dyslexia have trouble telling time on an analog clock.
  • Trouble telling left and right apart. The problem can linger even when a dyslexic child became an adult. But it has nothing to do with one’s intelligence.

 

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