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My DSD who is about to turn 5 and is going to kindergarten 3 days a week has just been put into a special group at school for slow learners...
She struggles with a lot of things such as recognizing letters and numbers - she can recognize by sight A B S M W X & practically no numbers except 3 & 8.
She can count to 30, with help & a few mistakes.
She can't count objects properly, like max she can count without making a mistake is 5.
She knows her colours very well, but if you ask her to count the green squares that are drawn on a page with other things that are black & white she doesn't understand what you are asking of her.
She doesn't understand more then 2 "commands" linked together, like can you please pick up the red ball and put it on the bench then sit at the table. She will pick the ball up then either sit at the table or just put it on the bench.
Wit trying to help her write, she kind of just scribbles. She can't trace a letter with her finger, she'll either just trace down or kind of circle the letter with her finger.
She can't blow her nose, I've tried everything to explain & show how to blow OUT her nose and not sniff it back in but she doesn't seem to understand.
I was just wondering if anyone has any suggestions on how to help her learn at home? Or even if you have any suggestions in general!
We try and work with her whenever we have her but we only have her part time so it's really hard.
I hate seeing her struggle