2. Reading More Slowly

One of the first signs of dyslexia often occurs in early elementary school, when reading is a focus. Students with dyslexia may be unable to read as quickly or as comprehensively as their peers because their brains struggle to process the words and assign context to them at the same time. This calls for more concentration while reading.


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