Dyscalculia Test - does my child have Dyscalculia?

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Take this Dyscalculia TEST to see if your child has number dyslexia (Dyscalculia).

thESE comedy Dyscalculia test Questions are designed to take the sting out of discovering IF your child may have a different learning style. we are not professionals so to confirm diagnosis another test may be needed.

(You must answer all questions truthfully otherwise A goblin may accidentally poop on your head! You have been warned!)

When you ask your child a maths questions do they :
If your answer is D I suggest you don’t continue with this dyscalculia test and go over to www.mykidisagenius.com
If you asked your child "Do you like Times Tables Tests?". What would their answer be?
If your answer is D what are you still doing on this dyscalculia test? Go and do something more productive!
When you ask your child what the time is. Do they answer :
Answer D - I told you to sod off, why are you still here?
If your child tries to add 43 + 97 do they :
Answer D - One word for you ‘Show off’ - whoops that’s two words but you know what I mean. GO AWAY!
Does your child misplace objects around the house or get lost in familiar areas?
Answer D - You are really starting to annoy me now. Please leave this dyscalculia test.
Can your child learn dance moves or remember a sequence of instructions?
Answer D - I’m now lost for words.
Do you think your child is stupid or needs a new way of learning?
Answer D - there is help out there and they can get over their maths anxiety, Dyscalculia, Number Dyslexia or whatever you want to call it. Start as EARLY as possible and the problems won’t build up.
If you answered A, B or C to the majority of questions above there is a high probability your child has Dyscalculia.

If you discover that your child probably does have dyscalculia then www.tablefables.net CAN take away you and your child’s frustration and pain and teach them maths using funny animations.

We have helped hundreds of children learn their tables and gain confidence in maths.

“My son loves Table Fables. He completed the 17 day challenge but still wants to carry on and do more, very rare for my boy!! He has always found it hard to retain times tables but this has worked wonders for him. He especially loves party girl (6x) and the mouse (3x). ”

- CLARE CONWAY - mum (Facebook review)

Don’t delay - a great start is ensuring your child knows their basic maths facts.

Watch the animation to give you an idea on how we teach the times tables. This is an example of 9x4. Each number is a character and all characters are in a memorable story that trigger an effective visual memory of the answer. Alongside we also teach division and addition. Table Fables is also full of incentives to learn that really work.

We have helped countless children with or without learning difficulties learn their tables and we can’t begin to tell you the amazing change parents see in their child’s attitude towards maths. You can read more reviews here on our facebook page.

We would love to hear from you and hear your story. Message us below and we can get more specific about how you can help your child.

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