Both reading and writing assignments are the top hated among kids with dyslexia. It is easy to understand: who likes doing what drives him crazy? Often, the teachers notice such students hiding the papers, throwing them away, or even turn hysteric being unable to focus on the task. It all results in a big stress, so grown-ups should pay attention to such changes in mood. It is better not to force the child with dyslexia to do writing tasks.

Of course, usually, only musicians and poets need to rhyme perfectly. However, it is common for the young kids as well. Most of them like singing or repeating some lines of the poem. However, children with dyslexia hate doing so. Even if they like the lyrics, it might be hard for them to rhyme. They cannot start swapping out one sound for another as they are unable to break words in that way.