01 Jul

learning disabilities: type 3 and 4

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Children in the third group encounter specific challenges associated with Digraphs. These difficulties arise due to the necessity of utilizing letter combinations to create new sounds, posing a potential obstacle for students.

Consonant clusters such as Zh, Ph, and Ch can lead to confusion and hinder the learning progress of children. Similarly, children in this group may encounter issues related to silent letters, as seen in the fourth group. Silent letters, such as the "k" in the word "knife," are written but remain unpronounced.

Numerous words include silent letters, presenting a considerable challenge for young learners. Write Right offers comprehensive solutions to address these complexities by covering an array of words to facilitate children's learning in writing, reading, spelling, and pronunciation.