Overcoming Dyscalculia (maths challenges) in Early Childhood

The course will enable you with practical tools to help children overcome challenges in maths during early childhood

If your child is exhibiting any of the following symptoms, then you are at the right place:-

What you’ll learn

  • How to help the child with Mathematics difficulties in early childhood.
  • How to make learning simple and exciting for children struggling with maths.

Course Content

  • Introduction of the course –> 26 lectures • 1hr 7min.

Overcoming Dyscalculia (maths challenges) in Early Childhood

Requirements

  • Preferably a graduate in any discipline.

If your child is exhibiting any of the following symptoms, then you are at the right place:-

  • Difficulty counting backwards.
  • Difficulty remembering ‘basic’ facts.
  • Slow to perform calculations.
  • Weak mental arithmetic skills.
  • A poor sense of numbers & estimation.
  • Difficulty in understanding place value.
  • Addition is often the default operation.
  • High levels of mathematics anxiety.

    This course is for parents or teachers of children who are struggling to understand the basic functions of maths. It’s for children of early childhood or primary. Teachers and Parents keep repeating some easily available technique on the internet, but many times it doesn’t work and they get disappointed. The secret to success with such children lies in attempting different and innovative techniques and approaches.  Sometimes you have to totally change the approach. This course has introduced many novel, innovative and simple, tools, games and hands-on tricks which are tried and tested by me successfully for many years. These are presented to you inform of very simple to comprehend videos. Parent or teachers just has to follow the video and practice with the child. You would soon be amazed by your child respond and improvements in learning outcomes.

    You must do this course if you dealing with children showing following symptoms-

  • Has difficulty learning and recalling basic number facts such as number bonds, e.g. 6 + 4 = 10.
  • Still uses fingers to count instead of using more advanced strategies (like mental maths)
  • Poor understanding of the signs +, -, xx and x or may confuse these mathematical symbols
  • Struggles to recognise that 3 + 5 is the same as 5 + 3 or may not be able to solve 3 + 26 ‒ 26 without calculating
  • Has trouble with place value, often putting numbers in the wrong column.
  • May not understand maths language or be able to devise a plan to solve a maths problem.
  • Finds it difficult to understand maths phrases like greater than and less than
  • Has trouble keeping score in sports or games
  • Has difficulty working out the total cost of items and can run out of money
  • May avoid situations that require understanding numbers, like playing games that involve maths.
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