DYSLEXIA AND MATHS
Do you have a child who:
- Cannot say and use number names in order?
- Has difficulties with reading and writing numbers?
- Does not remember the language associated with mathematical signs and symbols?
- Has difficulty estimating numbers and totals?
- Has difficulty with recognising and using number patterns and sequences?
- Cannot quickly recall addition and subtraction facts?
- Cannot quickly recall multiplication and division facts?
- Has difficulty with understanding place value?
- Needs help to select the correct method to solve a mathematical problem?
- Has problems with remembering the sequences of the days of the week and months of the year?
- Finds it hard to read the time from a clock face?
- Panics at the word ‘mathematics’?
Many children display some of these traits, dyslexic children tend to display a large number of them.
If you think your child could be dyslexic and you are concerned, the Richmond Dyslexia Association may be able to help.
Please contact us on: firstname.lastname@example.org
Helpline: 020 8940 4626