dyscalculia & how you can help


Maths_BoardYou can help a student at home, with dyscalculia, by using Multi-Sensory Teaching Methods and developing skills through play.

dyscalculia – developing skills through play

* Practicing letter formation in sand/salt trays. (I use cat litter trays they are very cheap.)
* Using chalk or coloured pens, to do letter formation on black/white board.

Dyscalculia – Some items have been found to be useful including:
Develop his skills with sequencing, space organisation, deduction, directional awareness, timekeeping and strategy.

Dyscalculia – Website offering free games

An excellent web-site with free fun maths games, go to: www.greyolltwit.com


‘dyslexia and other learning difficulties – a parent’s guide’ – book

My book: ‘Dyslexia and Other Learning Difficulties – A Parent’s Guide’ has been updated and re-released in January 2010. It contains extensive information on dyslexia, dysgraphia and other specific learning difficulties (SpLDs).

For a fuller description of ‘Dyslexia and Other Learning Difficulties – A Parent’s Guide’ please click here.

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‘dyslexia and alternative therapies’ – book

My book: ‘Dyslexia and Alternative Therapies’ contains information on a wide range of alternative therapies and the way they can help people with dyslexia, dysgraphia and other specific learning difficulties (SpLDs).

For a fuller description of ‘Dyslexia and Alternative Therapies’ please click here.