Teachers, use this worksheet to reflect on your students' strengths and weaknesses in the areas most common for students with dyscalculia. Rank your student and add notes that can help you develop interventions and drive IEP goals.

Dyscalculia is a Specific Learning Disorder that impacts math.

People with dyscalculia…

  • Have it for life.

  • Forget basic math facts.

  • Forget what they’ve learned.


Dyscalculia occurs in the parietal lobe, with visual-spatial and working memory issues.

Class supports for students with dyscalculia include:

  • Objects to count with (K-2nd grade)

  • 1 to 100 chart (1st-5th grade)

  • Times Table List (3rd-5th grade)

  • Calculator (5th-Graduation)

  • Extended time (All grades)

Contact us to learn the reasons why and best ways to implement these accommodations.