Thanks ton for your expert opinion.
Below are the few observations in my son with regards to your comments.
1) not picking up rhyme - eg in nursery rhymes or games
He does sing his nursery rhymes. He know quite a few of them.
2) problems with directional cues - eg forward/back, up/down, before/after
He does not seem to have any problems in this area. Follows directions wonderfully.
3) organisational skills - hard to spot in a 3 year old but as kids get older they may be one of the ones who can't hang up their bag and coat or remember where they put their pencil.
I am not sure of this. He does not clean up his toys and asks about them later. But i guess all toddlers at this age are like this.
4)sequencing can be a problem - eg days of the week/months/alphabet but also story telling and remembering order of events.
Now this where i am concerned. He is ok with story telling. But when he comes to letters and numbers he does not seem to remember the sequencing. While playing with the magnetic alphabets he puts them completely out of sequence. Even 3 letter words I have to repeater a lot of times beefier he gets it right. Then he gets it right once and then again utters a gibberish spelling. He is very fond of books and always gets books on advanced topics like volcanoes and earth quakes. He tells me to read to him. He tells me what is going on in the picture. But he does not know to read yet. He gets confused with a few alphabets.
Even when it comes to counting. If all are in one row he counts well but if they are placed in random manner then he counts them double. Basically he does not show interest in learning alphabets and numbers.
Writing is Again a problem. He does not use one hand. He alternates between right and left. I can't get anything more than scribbles out of him. He does not show interest in coloring.
He does not show interest in learning spellings and sight words or numbers.
Do you think he falls into the Dyslexic category?