What We Know About Reading and the Warning Signs

Many children who fall behind in school are missing key fundamental skills that others seem to have naturally. It is important for parents to follow their "gut" instincts when trying to determine if his/her child needs learning support. Therefore, identifying and seeking early intervention for a child is paramount.

A significant portion of the population, 17-20%, has a difficult time learning to read. These reading difficulties often lead to global learning problems as school work becomes more complex.

Once the cognitive processes are addressed individuals are then able to learn on their own with the confidence they may have never before experienced.

learning disabilities, reading difficulty, charlotte tutorDoes your child have difficulty?

  • Rhyming
  • Learning the alphabet
  • Learning letters and sounds
  • Adding, omitting, and reversing, letters or sounds in words when reading and spelling
  • Distinguishing between left and right
  • Remembering sight words
  • Reading independently and aloud
  • Reading fluency
  • Remembering spelling words once learned and applying them when writing
  • Remembering what was read and needs to spend time rereading material
  • Identifying the main idea

Indicators

  • Adds, leaves out, or reverses letters or sounds in words and when reading, spelling or speaking
Given Words

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  • Dislikes reading and avoids reading aloud
  • Writes with simpler words than uses in speaking
  • Re-reads material several times and still remembers only a few details, instead of the whole idea
  • Understands only part of a conversation and has difficulty responding relevantly
  • Unsure of left or right
 

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