Grant Hartley is a fourth grader. He loves playing with Legos after school and says his favorite subject is gym.
Grant likes school, but he struggles sometimes – he has dyslexia.
For some people with dyslexia, reading typed words on a page is just as frustrating as trying to read a bowl of alphabet soup.
“It’s kind of hard like you got to figure out like which one would make the best sense in a sentence,” he says.