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    An_256297 posted:
    My son turned 3 in December and started preschool in late February. He had some initial difficulty adjusting the first few weeks, but the teachers don't seem concerned because he had never been around other kids. He interacts more with the kids now. My concern is with his retention. He speaks well, can say his abc's, say his name, even count up to 10 or 15. He knows most of his colors if you ask him to point to it. I have tried to go over the letters that the teacher has talked about such as k and m. I will say the letter, ask him to repeat it several times over and over. He will do it. About 5 seconds letter I will ask what is this letter and he has no clue. I'm concerned because he is serious. Should I be concerned yet?
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