My little girl was happy at nursery and pre-school. She loved playing, made friends and was the same as the other children in her class. Then she started school and things began to change. It became more serious, time to start learning how to read and write. This is when many parents, careers like myself, may start to notice that their child is a bit different. That their bright child is struggling in class, needing extra support. Could it be that the child has dyslexia?
Search on the internet for, “Signs of Dyslexia”. Things like messy, disorganised, good and bad days comes-up. A teacher may say well, all kids are messy, or we all have bad days and not offer any dyslexia help. Looking for signs of dyslexia in a child's writing, means you have clear examples to show the child’s teacher. o they get the extra help they need.
The Mooki Cards contain a “Spot Dyslexic Writing” card. To help you, get help for the dyslexic child. Learning to speak so teachers understand. Use the card below on your phone or tablet for free!
This card is based on scientific research, on "Writing Problems in Developmental Dyslexia".
Learn more about signs of dyslexia, “Signs Of Dyslexia In 5 To 10 Year Olds”.
Tops Tips from Dyslexic Mum
If you spot 3 or more of the signs above, speak to your child's teacher. Give them 3 clear examples of why you believe your child is dyslexic, ask them to help.
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