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Dyscalculia Practice Activities
This book consists of 91 separate activities – each of which is divided into a number of parts. Each activity deals with a different teaching point ranging from more or less to times tables, from division to the properties of shapes, and finally from fractions to percentages.
- ISBN 978 1 86083 820 0
Some dyscalculic pupils and students find that they have complete blocks when it comes to specific areas of maths – such as odds and evens, fractions, division, time, etc. For such pupils and students the “Practical Activities” series of books is ideal, each dealing with specific areas of mathematical process in a step by step manner.
However some pupils and students will have picked up some basics of maths and will not need this in-depth re-learning of fundamental mathematical activities.
Instead they will benefit from a multi-sensory set of revision activities across a much wider area.
It is for these pupils and students, and of course their teachers, that Dyscalculia Practice Activities has been developed.
The copiable volume consists of 91 separate activities – each of which is divided into a number of parts. Each activity deals with a different teaching point ranging from more or less to times tables, from division to the properties of shapes, and finally from fractions to percentages.
The materials are also ideal for allowing teachers and their pupils to go back and revise topics recently learned with a set of quick multi-sensory revision activities, all graded so that the pupil is not asked to solve issues that have not recently been revised.
Throughout, the book is written in a way that will allow the teacher or teaching assistant to work either with a single individual or with a small group of pupils or students whose difficulties fall into the same area.
The school will need to provide a series of coloured counters (such as those used with games of Ludo or tiddlywinks) and a set of maths cards. These can be bought from us - just click here.
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