What Dyslexia Looks Like in Middle School and What You Can Do To Help Your Child

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What Dyslexia Looks Like in Middle School and What You Can Do To Help Your Child

Dyslexia is characterized by difficulties with accurate and/or fluent word recognition and by poor spelling and decoding abilities. These problems often lead to problems in comprehension and reduced reading experiences. This flyer provides some suggestions parents can take to support their middle school child if they struggle reading and may have dyslexia.

Topics

Distance Learning > Support for Families

Language

Age Group

Middle School

Audience

Families

SSIP Phase

Costs

Free

Content Area

Reading