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Bella Thorne Dyslexia
Transcript of Bella Thorne Dyslexia
October 8, 1997 in Pembroke Pines, Florida. Bella is the youngest of her siblings who are also actors. Her father Reinaldo was cuban, irish and italian. Bella Thorne is famous because she is a
model, Actress, and a singer and she is also a
dancer. Bella has made appearances in more that 20 TV Shows and more than 60 commercials. Bella is mostly know as the character CeCe Jones on Diseny chanels orginal Show " Shake it up" She works with her on screen best friend Zendaya Coleman . Although Bella is from Florida . She has
been living with her family in California
every since 2006. Her interest include soccer, dancing , and spending time with friends and her family. Bella Thorne lost her father in a car accident in 2007. Bella disclosed her father's death in an interview in 2008. Bella Thorne Was Diagnosed With Dyslexia When she was in the first grade. Dyslexia : is a very broad term defining a learning disability that impairs a person's fluency or comprehension accuracy in being able to read. She is currently being home-schooled after previously attending a public school, where she had suffered peer abuse Thorne improved in her learning after attending a Sylvan Learning center and is currently reading and writing a grade ahead. Thorne also talked about her dyslexia in an April 2010 interview with American Cheerleader Magazine, and explained that she overcame her dyslexia by rigorously reading everything she could find, including the labels of cereal boxes