# Dyscalculia Test

Have you ever noticed that your child may struggle with some math related tasks yet excel at others? It can be frustrating when math concepts that seem like they should be easy just aren't.

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Your questions about #dyscalculia answered

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If your child is having trouble with math, you may be wondering what’s causing it. Does she have dyscalculia, or is something else causing the difficulty? There’s only one way to know for sure. You’ll need to have her tested for dyscalculia (which is now diagnosed as "specific learning disorder," with the areas of math weaknesses listed).

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Do you see your child as incredibly bright but having difficulty in learning to read or write? It can be extremely frustrating when a child has difficulty at things that just shouldn't be that hard. Well there is a way to get to the bottom of it all. And it's actually not difficult at all.

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10 things nobody tells you about homeschooling Brilliant Jeannie Fulbright quote. Shes the award-winning author behind the Apologia science books we use for homeschooling. (From the Homeschooling/Unschooling page on Facebook).

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Learning Disability Testing - For Dyslexia and Dyscalculia FREE downloads - "Get to the bottom of your child's reading and math difficulties. Because doing so can help your child in more ways than you can even imagine." From Learning Success Blog

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MODIFICATION IDEA #1 Circling key words/numbers in test problems and writing the first steps of each problem.

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Knowing what’s behind your child’s difficulty with math lets you respond in the best way.

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Multiplication Hints and Tricks from Mrs Lane on http://TeachersNotebook.com (30 pages)

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Dyslexia Test - Online from Lexercise

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