Dyscalculia goes by many names. Some public schools refer to it as a “mathematics learning disability.” Doctors sometimes call it a “mathematics disorder.” Many kids and parents simply call it “maths dyslexia.”  Dyscalculia is a learning issue that causes serious maths difficulties. It isn’t as well-known as dyslexia. However, some researchers now think it may be almost as common.

Dyscalculia – & How you can help at home

  • Learn Everything you can about dyscalculia. The more you know about dyscalculia, the more you’re able to help. We have many dyscalculia help books.
  • Play math games. Practicing number concepts can improve skills and help reduce anxiety.  You can find plenty of maths games with a simple google search or in your app store.
  • Play math games. Practicing number concepts can improve skills and help reduce anxiety.  You can find plenty of maths games with a simple google search or in your app store.

The Dyscalculia Toolkit

The Dyscalculia Toolkit for Supporting Learning Difficulties in Maths  is probably one of the most valuable books to help someone with suspected Dyscalculia.

This book and accompanying CD meet the needs of specialist and non-specialist teachers & parents who are working with learners with difficulties in maths in mainstream settings. It is equally useful as a resource to recommend to parents who want to support their children’s learning.

  • Over 200 activities to help with dyscalculia
  • 40 great games designed to support learners
Get The Dyscalculia Tool Kit!

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