Cher has both dyslexia and dyscalculia. In school, she struggled with reading and with making sense of numbers. Her learning issues didn't keep her from pursuing her passions, however. And they've led her to one of her latest roles: as an outspoken advocate for kids with learning and attention issues.
Forget algebra and geometry. For teenagers with dyscalculia, even basic arithmetic can be a struggle. Use this visual guide to see how trouble with number concepts and quantities can affect a high-schooler's daily life.
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).
Ever get stuck with fractions? Do you need help in figuring out a half or quarter or third? This will help you understand and convert fractions into decimals or percentage. Ever get stuck on percentages? Do you need help in figuring out 50%, 25% or 75%? This will help you understand and convert percentages to decimals or fractions. Ever get stuck on decimals? DO you need help in firuring out 0.5, 0.25 or 0.75? This will help you understand and convert decimals to percent or fractions