Symptoms of dyslexia

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The Yale Center for Dyslexia and Creativity has a lot of information about dyslexia. Here are some of the signs of the disorder in people of different ages:

Preschool years

● Trouble learning common nursery rhymes, such as “Jack and Jill”

● Difficulty learning (and remembering) names of letters in alphabet

● Mispronounces familiar words; persistent “baby talk”

● Doesn’t recognize rhyming patterns

● Family history of reading and/or spelling difficulties

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