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He badly forms his letters, he forgets words and makes spelling mistakes? But what's going on in his head as he handles the pen?
Very often, when CP dyslexia is detected in a child, it is accompanied by difficulties related to the acquisition of written language and the mastery of writing.
Before attempting to identify the problem, first check your child's sight and hearing. In a second step, ask yourself if it is difficult to acquire the written language (dysorthography) or if the problem concerns the graphic gesture (dysgraphy).
Recognize a dysorthograph
- He confuses the b-d, m-n, or -on, reverses certain letters (li-il), forgets (romage-cheese).
- It saves syllables (similar / seems) or omissions (baby / baby, liberty / librt).
- He deciphers laboriously, difficult to understand the text read.
- It arbitrarily cuts out words and sentences (the soul, it launches) or the soda (the image / the image, its nest / soni).
- It copied badly or transcribed with difficulty.
- It does not recognize grammatical categories, makes mistakes of conjugation, grammar, analysis.
- He wriggles excessively when he writes.
- He does not know which operation to perform in front of a problem.
- He is slower than other students, hesitate a lot.
Recognize a dysgraphia
- Writing letters and numbers is very difficult to read, the graph is atrophied, soft, retouched, the letters are of different sizes.
- The links between the letters are approximate, the letters are telescoping.
- The plot is too light or crushed.
- The space between lines, words, letters is irregular. The child does not leave a margin.
- The efforts made to write lead to tension and fatigue.