Dyslexia backwards 3

Dyslexia Backwards 3

Dyslexia Backwards 3

Dyslexia Backwards 3 is an interesting study for Linear readers as well as Dyslexia Readers. Dyslexics read backwards 3 as E, depending upon the font. It can also rotate to look like an M, pending upon the font.

Studying Backwards 3 can be a great creative exercise to understand how to think with Dyslexia Creativity.

Some Key Quotes from this article: 
“Dyslexia Backwards 3 is often written to replace Capitol E”
“Rounded or curved capital E’s can look identical to backwards 3 in reverse.”

Copyright 2019 Simon Blake
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Dyslexia Variations Training Letter Map

A b turns into multiple possibilities, such as p, d, or a q.
An n turns into a u, a u turns into an n.
A g turns to a 6 or a 9.
The Number 2 can turn to become N or the letter Z
the w – in handwriting – w turns to a m, m can turn to a w
(The w/m Dyslexia Factor – only happens to some Dyslexics)

This is why Dyslexia Fonts are so important to prevent Dyslexia.
NOTE: Only some Dyslexics get w confused with m, mostly with handwriting.


Dyslexia Backwards 3 is often a sign of Dysgraphia. Dysgraphia is Numbers Dyslexia. Writing Backwards 3 turns into an E in Algebra and in Dyslexic Writing. In Dyslexia often letters can be written in reverse. Writing numbers in reversed is considered Dysgraphic.

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Dyslexia Backwards 3 is often written to replace Capitol E in the English alphabet. Students or children with Dysgraphia will write the number as they see it, which is sometimes upside down or in mirrored form. Dyslexia Backwards 3 when written in a squared manner really does look like an E.

Confusing Dyslexia Backwards 3 is usually an event that will occur as children are first learning to write. Often the Nursery Rhymes fonts in books will have poorly written E’s that will look like a Dyslexia Backwards 3.

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Numbers Dyslexia, or Dysgraphia is common amongst populations. Around 10% of people have some form of Dyslexia. Dyslexia is a creative genius who allows 2 dimensional concepts to be turned into 3 dimensional concepts. The conversion of 2-dimensional concept to three-dimensional concept rotates the Dyslexia backwards 3 into an E.

The intellectual factors that invert backwards 3 into an E are actually proof of a highly intellectually capable person. Often times the IQ of the Dyslexia population is higher than the average. The concepts and images of what they see they are able to invert which is a huge strength when it is accepted.

The kinetic learning of writing a backwards 3 into an E can be corrected with practice. The Dyslexic child will likely still read the backwards 3 as an E but when they write the letter they will kinetically be able to make the adjustment to make the written language as intended.

reading number 3 as E

When first learning the alphabet there will be many mistakes changing the backwards 3 into an E along with other letters and numbers changed. Many times 2 can be mistaken as Z. Much of this depends upon the font that the child is being taught with.

Rounded or curved capital E’s can look identical to backwards 3 in reverse. The dyslexia population reads the reverse as well as the forward. The English alphabet has the anomalies that allow the English letter to invert into other letters. If the fonts are dyslexia friendly they will have differences that will make backwards 3 not reverse as easily into the Capital E.



Many languages do not experience as much Dyslexia as English because their alphabets do not repeat as often in three dimensional concepts. The backwards 3 reverting to the E is the 3-dimensional concept of its invert.

Understanding Dyslexia will allow the mirror images to be understood. Most teachers teach Dyslexic children without the knowledge of what inversions look like in the English language. This education will evolve but many educators who are linear thinkers and not Dyslexics do not understand Dyslexia at all.

The easy inverting flips of mirror images are a sign of very high intellectual abilities. Linear thinking teachers have an issue in relating to children with Dyslexia.

Many educators listen to the garbage like social trashing of Dyslexics that pontificate that Dyslexics have a mental disorder or are of ill wit. The education communities and even the Dyslexia associations will state publicly that the Dyslexia population is diseased.

Rumors of Brain disorders are rampant and only spreading more stereotypes about Dyslexia by educators. The isolation and medication of Dyslexia populations is a high priority of medical pharmaceutical desires. There is no medications that are needed to be forced upon the Dyslexic populations but there is a higher and higher chance that lobbying medical associations will achieve stereotyping the Dyslexic populations so badly as to force the medications they want to sell unto the population.

Concerned parents of children who write backwards 3 into E need to wake up to the lie that pharmaceutical researchers are doing. The brightest of minds are the dyslexic populations.

Many languages do not have as high of recognized populations of Dyslexia because the language is written in a way that people who are capable of mental photograph cation can function.

Many Dyslexia populations who start out writing backwards 3 into E are the engineering scientists that are solving complex social issues with ease and endurance. Most Dyslexia students have to live with the stereotypes of a linear society when in fact they are far more intelligent than the language they are using.

What construct of education would isolate those writing backward 3 into committing them to agreeing that they are a diseased people within society? A linear education system that uses English and doesn’t see English’s faults could legislate such view points. Monkeys in clinical studies can tell that the b inverts into a p, d and q in the right font. It is focal recognition.

Parents need to understand that discovering that your child writes Dyslexia backwards 3 is an awesome thing, not a harmful thing. It means that there brain is functioning at a higher standard. Their cognitive abilities are profound.

Dysgraphia does not have to be thought of as a disease and backwards 3 can be thought of as a sign of the genius it is, rather than the made up ideals of pharmaceutical companies.

It may take longer for a Dyslexic child to learn the English language but the English language has inverse letter combinations within it.

In the words of a very famous Dyslexic man Ben Franklin had much more thought out ideals about English than todays educators.

“Benjamin Franklin, who was already in his eighties when he befriended Webster, and who advocated spelling reform, had encouraged the younger man to adopt his ideas. Franklin proposed that we lose c, w, y, and j; modify a and u to represent their different sounds; and adopt a new form of s for sh and a variation on y for ng as well as tweak the h of th to distinguish the sounds of “thy” and “thigh,” “swath” and “swathe.” If Franklin had had his way, he would have been the Saint Cyril of America—Cyril “perfected” the Greek alphabet for the Russian language; hence the Cyrillic alphabet— and American English would look like Turkish.”

To understand the Dyslexia Backwards 3 phenomena it is vital to understand rotational thinking.  On flat surfaces rotational letters can occur when you have Dyslexia. 

Dyslexia Fonts

Using a Dyslexia Font will encourage your ability to read.  Trying to stop the letters from flipping or reversing while reading is more difficult than just learning to read the letters upside down.  If you read the letters upside down you can still gain ‘normal’ reading retention.    

If you use the Free Dyslexia Font you will be able to see the letters clearer.  When you use fonts that have differentiating differences you are able to read more effectively.  If the b, d and p look identical in the font you will not be able to read it as readily if you are Dyslexic.  

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Dyslexia Backwards 3 Summary

Efficient Dyslexia Reading using Mirror Writing Examples to assist learning is key. There is no shame in learning to read words upside down or inverted. Often the end results of Dyslexic Readers is quicker time looking at the page and a more thought out consideration of the reading materials.

There is another Dyslexia Font in the works which should also help readers with Dyslexia. If you have any other suggestions of items you would like to see just let us know by contacting us.

Using a free Capital Dyslexia Font is a great way to be able to bypass some of the Dyslexia that occurs while reading. Mirror Word Examples help Dyslexics Learn!

Copyright 2019, Simon Blake

Dyslexia backwards 3

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