Some letters are like twins--it can be tricky to learn which is which.
What we fear may be reversals, 'crossed wires' in the brain,
are most often difficulties with naming.
Meet these twins:
Now, name the twins.
Have you ever had trouble keeping twins straight?
It takes some practice.
Uncertainty in naming is most often the problem when someone reads 'd' for 'b,' or 'was' for 'saw.'
Easy, fun, accurate practice makes perfect.
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