But they are too young for a diagnosis. They seem to be getting really confused by words, and you keep being to they are just learning differently and wait and see what happens. The key time for this is often 3-6 years old.
There is one important question to ask, are they visualising words? It is a skill that few schools teach and it is vital for word recognition in the english language. The younger you learn the skill the better.
After 22 years of experience enabling children to use their visual talents to improve literacy, we have now developed the steps to ensure that children can grow up visualising easily, and developing the skills to visualise words, without any pressure to get the right answer.
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