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Do you think the twin girls every wonder why one turn out ok and one has a handicap? I have children that come from families that want to know why there sister can read but they can not. I just wonder how they feel about it each other.

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I had a twin last year that was lower than his brother. He did not realize they were on two different levels until they got to third grade. His grandmother told him his brother was in a higher reading and math class than he was. This crushed him, and caused his behavior to plummet.

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Mrs. Rollins and I have a set of twins split among us this year. They are a boy/girl set. The boy strugles and has issues focusing and the girl is a leader and for the most part does well. Their mom gets so frustrated, to the point that she wants to do things for him. I guess since his sister has no notable issues, she doesn't want to admit he might need extra help.

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