By Erica Patino
Between kindergarten and fifth grade, sensory processing issues may become easier to spot. The following signs are typical of sensory processing issues for children at this stage, but some may also occur with other issues like ADHD or dyspraxia.
Erica Patino is an online writer and editor who specializes in health and wellness content.
Sheldon H. Horowitz, Ed.D., is senior director of learning resources and research at the National Center for Learning Disabilities.
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Print these out and practice multisensory learning at home.
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