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Creating awareness for Dyscalculia since 2010

Math language in pre school

Dyscalculia: News from the web:

New research shows that children’s understanding of mathematical language – terms such as more, less, few, most – is important for their mathematical development, already in preschool. Preschoolers are exposed to mathematical language in preschool via teachers but also at home via parental talk. Both are important contributors to performance. Mathematical language can be effectively stimulated in preschool providing opportunities for early interventions to foster language learning at school and at home (e.g. through storybooks)

Read all about it: HERE

How to get a real ADHD diagnosis

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Many children with Dyscalculia also have ADHD, but how do they actually diagnose ADHD, because just like Dyscalculia there is no easy blood test for it.

Read all about it: HERE

About Dyscalculia

Dyscalculia: News from the web:

An interview with Rob Jennings from the Dyscalculia network out of the UK about Dyscalculia.

Counting, when it starts and how to help

Dyscalculia: News from the web:

On the BBC webpage a wonderful article about how preschoolers start to count and how you can best help them. Although you cannot see the video in certain countries, they were nice enough to put the full text from the video below it so you can still benefit from all the tips they give there.

Read all about it: HERE

Help your anxious child

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The teacher’s toolkit comes with a great short article to support parents who want to help their anxious child. It is heartbreaking to see children with anxiety and their learning is severely impacted by it. When parents follow these tips there may be some improvement, it is worth the read.

Read all about it: HERE