By The Understood Team
Many kids find out they have dyslexia in grades 3–5. But not every child in these grades who struggles with reading has dyslexia. This quiz can help you get a sense of whether your child’s struggles are typical for kids in third grade through fifth grade or if you might be seeing signs of dyslexia.
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