Dyscalculia Matters




Effective ways of working with children who struggle with maths

Many children who struggle with maths have weaknesses in the three key areas that maths teaching usually relies on: a sense of number, effective memory skills and an ability to work in sequences. This series offers the guidance you need to teach these children successfully. It clarifies where a child with dyscalculia needs to start in their maths learning and how to teach them so that they can connect with this subject. Written by a teacher with extensive experience in dealing with dyscalculia, this series sidesteps ineffectual worksheets and instead concentrates on offering a wealth of hands-on ideas that you can use to guide the child through the concepts essential for maths learning.

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Dyscalculia Matters: Book 1, Dyscalculia Matters: Book 2