He is all of these. He is singing constantly and does it very well ... I'm always very surprised (choir and band doesn't begin until the 4th grade, so we'll see what he wants to do then. Visuospatial skills? Absolutely! We are heavily involved in scouts. Last summer in day camp he scored very high with BB targets and archery (first time uses.) I'm amazed at his steadiness and accuracy. He LOVES guns. LOVES. It's not exactly something a parent feels entirely wonderful about ... but we have bought him his own BB gun and he can practice under our supervision. We educate him on the safety of those items, etc. It just seems to be his "thing." Dad and brother have the love for RC planes/helis ... it will only be a matter of time before he is "hopefully" sucked in (it's a great way to learn 'tinkering' skills.) Inventors, possibly ... he is constantly modifying his Nerf guns (as cheesy as that sounds.)I've always been good with my hands, but also with good ears for pitch.
I have good visuospatial skills (I used to be great at pool), but I did TERRIBLY at Geometry, purely because I couldn't understand the written explanations on what they wanted you to do with each function.....It's quite common for ENFPs to go onto careers in Acting, Music, Invention, Journalism, Art, etc.
I'm certain he is not Dyslexic. They are tested individually for reading fluency and comprehension. He scores well above what is expected of his grade, so I'm certain his teacher would have caught it.
The daydreaming. Yes I notice it. However, it is something entirely normal to me since I was accused of doing this when I was a kid. The fallacy for me is that I was not "dreaming" about anything. For me it was my brain shutting down or doing into "rest mode" b/c there was too much stimuli around me or tuning everything out around me b/c I was intensely focused on something. I still do it as an adult and often I catch myself drifting off into la la land when I am listening to someone talk for an extended period of time. Internally now I slap myself, saying "PAY ATTENTION! FOCUS!" Yes, even at 38 years old. HA!
I can't imagine there being too much stimuli for him (or I'm wrong.) Can you explain to me what is going on in your head when you are daydreaming? You've given me a multitude of things to watch for with which he may struggle. Thank you!