Preschoolers with learning disorders sometimes have an inability to understand the information that is presented to them by their preschool teachers. They may suffer from their visual, language, attention, or memory deficits. Sometimes these deficits are a result of their medical conditions such as lead poisoning, exposure to alcohol as a fetus, or a genetic condition called Fragile X Syndrome. While toddlers and preschoolers rarely receive the formal diagnosis of learning disorder (because they have not entered formal schooling), preschooler teachers can observe early signs of impending reading, mathematical, or writing difficulties. Children with signs of early learning disorders often feel badly about themselves as they compare themselves to the achievements of other preschoolers and respond to this by acting out.
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