You feel your child's reading, writing level is lower then it should be. Worried that they are struggling to read and write basic words. Unlike other children in their class, who can now write full sentences. This may mean that your child is finding it harder to complete classwork. Sadly falling further and further behind in class.
Yet your child is bright, able to talk about topics likes history, animals. So this maybe the point when you start to think that your child has dyslexia. It can be difficult know how to get the right support from school. To have clear examples about why you think your child is dyslexic. To understand what support they should be getting.
Use the cards below together. To spot the signs of dyslexia and get your child the right type of dyslexia support. Includes information about formal dyslexia assessments and individual learning plans.
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