Does Your Grade-Schooler Have Dyslexia?

Is your child struggling in school? Find out if you should have him evaluated for a reading disability.

Quiz

Is your child struggling in school? Find out if you should have him evaluated for a reading disability.

1. Does your child have trouble reading single words in isolation?

  • Yes.
  • No.

2. Does your child have trouble learning the connection between letters and sounds?

  • Yes.
  • No.

3. Does your child confuse letters which look similar, such as b/d/p, w/m, h/n, or f/t?

  • Yes.
  • No.

4. Does your child confuse letters which sound similar, such as d/t, b/p, or f/v?

  • Yes.
  • No.

5. Does your child consistently make letter reversals (e.g., d for b), word reversals (e.g., saw for was), inversions (e.g., m/w or u/n), transpositions (e.g., felt/left), and substitutions (e.g., house for home)?

  • Yes.
  • No.

6. Does your child have trouble remembering facts?

  • Yes.
  • No.

7. Does your child transpose number sequences and confuse arithmetic signs?

  • Yes.
  • No.

8. Does your child have trouble learning to tell time?

  • Yes.
  • No.

9. Does your child have trouble learning new skills and rely heavily on memorization without necessarily understanding the material?

  • Yes.
  • No.

10. Does your child have trouble remembering spelling words over time and using spelling rules?

  • Yes.
  • No.

Your Results:

1. Does your child have trouble reading single words in isolation?
Yes.

2. Does your child have trouble learning the connection between letters and sounds?
Yes.

3. Does your child confuse letters which look similar, such as b/d/p, w/m, h/n, or f/t?
Yes.

4. Does your child confuse letters which sound similar, such as d/t, b/p, or f/v?
Yes.

5. Does your child consistently make letter reversals (e.g., d for b), word reversals (e.g., saw for was), inversions (e.g., m/w or u/n), transpositions (e.g., felt/left), and substitutions (e.g., house for home)?
Yes.

6. Does your child have trouble remembering facts?
Yes.

7. Does your child transpose number sequences and confuse arithmetic signs?
Yes.

8. Does your child have trouble learning to tell time?
Yes.

9. Does your child have trouble learning new skills and rely heavily on memorization without necessarily understanding the material?
Yes.

10. Does your child have trouble remembering spelling words over time and using spelling rules?
Yes.

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