Children with Math Difficulties, Could Be Experiencing Dyscalculia

Your child's academic grades are fine in other subjects, but why does Math always make him uneasy? For that one lesson, the grades are always below average. As if he did not understand all the explanations of his teacher. What really happened? The study found that about 7% of children who sit in elementary school (SD) have dyscalculia or have difficulty learning mathematics. Dyscalculia makes it difficult for children to understand Mathematics, due to certain conditions in the brain. Although it turns out more often experienced by children with ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder), but dyscalculia is not a mental disorder, Mother. Let's get to know more. Recognize Children with Dyscalculia Mother might wonder what is causing dyscalculia. The cause is unknown. However, this is thought to be due to developmental disorders in the area of ​​the brain that processes information in the form of numbers. This needs to be distinguished from children who are weak in Math
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