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Does your child have trouble learning the alphabet, rhyming words, or connecting letters to their sounds? *

Q.2
Does your child appear awkward or clumsy, dropping, spilling, or knocking things over a lot? *

Q.3
Does your child often make mistakes when reading aloud, and/or repeat and pause often? *

Q.4
Does your child have trouble retelling a story in order (what happened first, second, third)? *

Q.5
Does your child have a hard time undestanding what he or she reads? *

Q.6
Does your child have trouble with buttons, hooks, snaps, and zippers? Or with learning to tie his or her shoes? *

Q.7
Did your child learn language late and/or have a limited vocabulary? *

Q.8
Does your child have real trouble with spelling, trouble remembering the sounds that letters make, or trouble hearing slight differences between words? *

Q.9
Does your child have trouble understanding humor, puns, comic strips, idioms, and sarcasm? *

Q.10
Does your child struggle to express ideas in writing? *

Q.11
Does your child have difficulty understanding instructions or following directions? *

Q.12
Does your child have trouble telling time or conceptualizing the passage of time? *

Q.13
Does your child confuse math symbols and misread numbers? *

Q.14
Does your child mispronounce words or use an incorrect word that sounds similar? *

Q.15
Does your child have trouble organizing what he or she wants to say or thinking of the word he or she needs when writing or in conversation? *

Q.16
Does your child ignore the social rules of conversations, such as not taking turns or standing too close to his or her conversation partner? *

Q.17
Does your child have difficulty knowing where to begin a task or how to go on from there? *

Q.18
Does your child have very messy handwriting or does he hold a pencil awkwardly? *

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