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Q.1
Is your child of average or above-average intelligence, but often seems unable to read at her grade level? *

Q.2
Does it seem like your child is better at expressing himself verbally than he is at writing? *

Q.3
Does your child avoid reading altogether, or does she get easily frustrated when completing reading-related assignments? *

Q.4
Does your child have difficulty sustaining attention? Does she space out or get labeled a “daydreamer?” *

Q.5
Does your child complain of headaches, stomachaches, or dizziness when reading? *

Q.6
Does your child ever say that words “wiggle” or “shimmer” on the page while he’s reading? *

Q.7
After reading a passage, is your child unable to give a summary or discuss key points with you? *

Q.8
When reading out loud, does your child sometimes repeat words, mix up letters, or change word order without noticing? *

Q.9
Does your child spell inconsistently,often misspelling words she already knows? *

Q.10
Does your child struggle to sound out unknown words? *

Q.11
Does your child sometimes confuse his left from his right? *

Q.12
Does your child struggle to copy letters, numbers, or symbols? *

Q.13
Is your child’s handwriting inconsistent? Some days, is it less legible than others? *

Q.14
Does your child have difficulty budgeting her time or following a schedule? *

Q.15
Does your child struggle with word problems — even though he’s otherwise good at math? *

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