Dianne Craft

Dyscalculia: Taming the Math Monster!

By: Dianne Craft


For some children, math is a monster! They hate it and always feel dumb when doing it. Math is usually taught in a left brain manner; but you can teach it in a right brain manner just as easily. Children with Dyscalculia have difficulty learning math facts; thus, they often can?t move past manipulatives to add or subtract. They tend to do poorly on tests because they ?forget? how to do the math processes (division, fractions, algebra, etc.). In this workshop you will learn how to help your child (1) finally store the math facts in their long term memory and (2) finally store math processes in their long term memory. There is no curriculum to purchase?just fast, effective, right brain strategies to use at home to reduce math frustration and tears! This is a totally different teaching strategy than you have ever used before! It retrains the brain for math!