How kids with dyscalculia may struggle socially

Dyscalculia makes life difficult.  Having dyscalculia usually makes math class a humiliating experience, it also makes some common everyday skills difficult as well. Knowing left from right, reading a clock, using standard instruments of measurement such as a ruler or measuring cup, courting money and making change are a few examples.   But perhaps the most painful problem dyscalculia gives us is… Continue reading How kids with dyscalculia may struggle socially

Dyscalculia… why its important we learn more about it

Here’s a simple question for you to answer, which number is larger 55 or 23? The answer is of course 55, most of us can answer this question in less than 0.5 seconds.  But there are a few who will take as long as 3 seconds.  These people may have something called dyscalculia.  Dyscalculia (also known as number… Continue reading Dyscalculia… why its important we learn more about it