Signs of Dyslexia

Signs of Dyslexia are:

  • Delayed Speech
  • Mixing up sounds in multi-syllabic words
  • Early stuttering or cluttering.
  • Lots of ear infections.
  • Can’t master tying shoes.
  • Confusion over left versus right, over versus under, before versus after, and other directionality words and concepts.
  • Late to establish a dominant hand
  • Inability to correctly complete phonemic awareness tasks like rhyming
  • Difficulty learning the names of the letters or sounds in the alphabet; difficulty writing the alphabet in order.
  • Trouble correctly articulating R’s and L’s as well as M’s and N’s.

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Reprinted with prior permission from Susan Barton.