A basic overview of dyscalculia and the early warning signs parents need to be aware of. The video is easy to follow. It has visual writing rather than audible talking.

Children with dyscalculia can suffer from low self-esteem, especially if they are doing well in other subjects and not in math.

Key Takeaways:

The cause of your child's poor math performance could be dyscalculia.
Early warning signs of dyscalculia include problems with: learning to count, recognizing number symbols, skipping numbers when counting, recognizing patterns, and sorting sizes and shapes.
To help your child with dyscalculia, you can seek help or support from pediatricians, neurologists, and educational psychologists.

The Facts about Dyscalculia

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