Cellfield UK Dyslexia Testing and Treatment Programme

Helping Dyslexics with Times Tables

Make X Times X Tables X Fun!

In many cases, Dyslexics have mathematical brains and maths can be a major strengthen of theirs. Although, Dyslexia impacts upon every child differently and maths can be very difficult - this is called Dyscalculia; it often affects the decoding, encoding and the processing of numbers, and remembering maths formulas.

However, there are various ways in which you can help your child with their maths including their Times Tables.

For example, drawing smiley faces next to “2 x 2”  smileysmileysmileysmiley  This could be a good idea to help your child remember their Times Tables! 

 2 x 3 = J J J J J J

2 x 4 = J J J J J J J J

2 x 6 = J J J J J J J J J J J J

A fun way to get your child learning their Times Tables!