By The Understood Team
Dyscalculia covers a wide range of math difficulties. The symptoms can also change as your child gets older and is expected to think about math in new ways. Here are signs of the math struggles you might see at different ages.
Bob Cunningham, M.A., Ed.M.
Jan 12, 2014
Jan 12, 2014
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