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If your child has a specific learning disability in math, using Assistive Technology for Dyscalculia and Math Disabilities can improve your child’s ability to progress in the general math curriculum.

Whether your child is a visual, hands-on, or auditory learner, there are several options for learning math in a multisensory way. Using a variety of teaching tools helps kids visualize and understand math concepts better.Assistive Technology for Dyscalculia and Math Disabilities

For kids who struggle with math facts, there is Assistive Technology for Dyscalculia and Math Disabilities that will help the child learn his math facts. If you need information about remediation of dyscalculia, check out information about instructional strategies for overcoming math disabilities on LearningAbledKids.com.

If your child has other learning challenges, you may also want to check out the information about assistive technology for reading, writing, and executive functioning (ADHD) elsewhere on this site.

High-Tech Assistive Technology for Dyscalculia and Math Disabilities

Virtual Math Manipulatives

Math Simulators

Math software with voice recognition

Math Software (MathType)

Virtual Flashcards

Electronic math worksheets

Mid-Tech Assistive Technology for Dyscalculia and Math Disabilities

Calculator

Talking calculator

Math Tool Bar

Low Tech Assistive Technology for Dyscalculia and Math Disabilities

Manipulative Blocks

2D and 3D geometric shapes

Picture boards

Abacus

Math Template paper (Panther)

Math Fact Cards

Tactile Rulers

Jumbo Rulers

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