Dyscalculia is a dysfunction in a person’s ability to understand or work with quantitative or spatial information. It is predominantly concerned with numbers and arithmetic.
If you think your child has dyscalculia you’ll find information here on how to identify dyscalculia and support your child with dyscalculia at home.
How can you tell if your child has dyscalculia? TheSchoolRun takes a look at this mathematical difficulty and suggests ways to support your child with their learning.
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