My suggestion is to have the adults in her life
spend some time working with her on these things
and then see what happens. They don't learn this
by osmosis but need many, many repetitions
before they "get" it.
On 4/28/15, AFK, SLP wrote:
> I just came across this website and thought I
would ask the
> experts. I am a speech pathologist and recently
> a 4 year old female. Mother and teacher
> regarding the child's inability to name alphabet
> They reported the child labels letters (examples
> follows: W= child responds "starts with Will"; G=
> with Gabby; J= Jeremiah, S= Sophia. This child
> unable to rote count or identify numbers.
> Is this normal for a 4 year old who has been in
> since birth and preschool this entire academic
> not typical, does anyone know what her errors
> indicate? Early dyslexia? Early
> problems? Her naming ability was age
appropriate given the
> Expressive One Word Picture Vocabulary Test.
I'm not sure
> how this website works but my email is
> if you have further questions or comments.