Tag: calculating ability

Mathe4matic Card Game

02/11/2019 | By More
Mathe4matic Card Game

Mathe4matic is an unique card game which was first introduced in May 2009. What makes the cards particularly unique is the idea of having 3D representations of numbers alongside similar 3D representations of quantities. You have to see them in action: Buy the Mathe4Matic Card Game online: www.dyslexics.com More info: www.mathe4matic.com/us

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Show me the way

07/06/2014 | By More
Show me the way

How to help adults with writing, reading or calculating problems. This new brochure from the American Dyslexia Association shows the way for adult dyslexics. Essay by Dr. Astrid Kopp-Duller Open publication

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App: Sushi Monster

03/20/2013 | By More
App: Sushi Monster

Meet Sushi Monster! Scholastic’s new game to practice, reinforce, and extend math fact fluency is completely engaging and appropriately challenging. Strengthen reasoning strategies for whole number addition and multiplication by helping monsters make a target sum or product. Earn points with each correct answer… but watch out for distractions! To be successful, plan ahead and […]

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Chillola

03/12/2013 | By More
Chillola

Check out the wonderful world of chillola.com where you can learn your first words in English, Spanish, French, German and Italian. You can print out activities, participate in the kids’ gallery and learn about different countries, cultures and people. This site is designed for kids and their parents to encourage language learning, and to have […]

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Perception training from space

02/11/2013 | By More
Perception training from space

Tracing, recognizing mirrored images, counting pictures, finding differences – all these exercises are included in today’s freebie. These exercises combine different skills necessary for good reading, writing and calculating. Use these exercises when training dyslexic and dyscalculic children. Of course, you can also use them for homeschooling, tutoring, extra training. DOWNLOAD Check out our other […]

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Math puzzles

01/28/2013 | By More
Math puzzles

Today’s freebie consists of some math puzzles with calculations until 10. Children have to cut out the pictures and glue them onto the correct calculation. This trains not only math skills, but also fine motor skills, attention, visual and spatial perception. DOWNLOAD Check out our other freebies!

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App: Crazy Copy

11/22/2012 | By More
App: Crazy Copy

  Crazy Copy is a variation on the ever famous Simon: listen to a sequence that gets longer and longer and try to remember it. This trains visual and acoustic sequencing – important skills for good reading, writing and calculating. The app is available for free for iphone, ipod touch and ipad. It is possible […]

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Counting with monsters

11/05/2012 | By More
Counting with monsters

Many children with dyscalculia have difficulties with grasping amounts or with terms such as “less than…” or “more than…”. With today’s freebie this can be practiced within the number range until 10.  Children have to count and to compare monsters. However, according to the AFS-method, you should not just practice calculating skills, but also sensory […]

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Drawing lines

10/15/2012 | By More
Drawing lines

“Drawing lines” offers many possibilities to train children’s skills that are important for reading, writing and arithmetics: attention, hand-eye-coordination, visual and spatial perception. The children are counting, they have to decide whether to draw up, down, to the right, to the left, etc. This may look simple, but for some children this is a real […]

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Math Education: An Inconvenient Truth

09/01/2010 | By More
Math Education: An Inconvenient Truth

Dyscalculia is one of the reasons why kids struggle with mathematics. But there are more reasons. M.J. McDermott is speaking about the current state of math education, as a private citizen. This reflects here personal opinion.

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