(HealthDay News) — Signs of dyslexia can appear in a child’s earliest years. For parents and teachers, looking for signs in preschoolers can help for early intervention, says the Yale Center for Dyslexia and Creativity.

Preschoolers with dyslexia may:

  • Have trouble learning nursery rhymes.
  • Show difficulty learning the alphabet.
  • Mispronounce familiar words.
  • Have trouble recognizing rhyming patterns.
  • Have a family history of dyslexia.

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