Dyscalculia/Math Difficulties
Below you will find a list of signs that are likely indicators that you or your child has Dyscalculia.

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1. Difficulty remembering math facts, concepts, rules, formulas, sequences, and procedures
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2. Math homework messy, with the problems lined up wrong
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3. Always asking, "How much longer?"
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4. Trouble learning to count, or is she still using fingers to count long after other kids have stopped
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5. Avoids playing games (like Trouble or Risk) that use math concepts
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6. Has a hard time remembering basic math facts, such as 3 + 3 = 6 or 2 × 3 = 6
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7. Leave out or mix up numbers or put numbers in the wrong columns, when writing
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8. Has difficulty sticking to a schedule
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9. Inability to recall schedules and sequences of past or future events
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10. Has trouble consistently knowing left from right
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11. Reading maps is a challenge
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12. Can’t remember math formulas and rules
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13. Difficulty solving word problems with phrases like “less than” or “more than”
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14. Is confused when talking time frame of events in the past or future
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15. When writing, reading, and recalling numbers, may make mistakes: number additions, substitutions, transpositions, omissions, and reversals
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16. Difficulty with abstract concepts of time and directions
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17. May be chronically early or late
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18. Inconsistent results in addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division
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19. Inability to visualize, appear absent-minded, or lost in thought
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20. Inconsistent mastery of math facts
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21. Difficulty with left and right orientation
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22. Difficulty following sequential procedures and directions in math steps
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23. Slow in understanding math concepts in word problems
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24. Confuse operations signs or perform them in the wrong order
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25. Confuse part to whole relationships
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26. Difficulty keeping score during games
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27. Limited strategic planning ability
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This checklist should not be used as a an official diagnosis. It is meant to be used for educational and informational purposes only.
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