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Hi everyone! I am a substitute teacher and have just started tutoring on the side. I am tutoring a child that is in Kindergarten and has yet to learn the alphabet. I need some advice/help! I can place letters down on the table and ask him to find the "s" (for example) and he finds it right away. However when I hold up the same letter on a card he can not identify the letter. He also can look at a flashcard that shows the letter, a word that it starts with and the picture. He can tell me the picture and the letter sound but he can not tell me the actual letter.

He is a bright kid, but so far no one can figure out why he is having such a hard time with his letters. Any advice? Could this be dyslexia or some type of visual processing disorder?
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