DYSCALCULIA AND CHILDREN

According to Wikipedia, dyscalculia is a disability resulting in difficulty learning or comprehending arithmetic, such as difficulty in understanding numbers, learning how to manipulate numbers, performing mathematical calculations and learning facts in mathematics.

This disability abounds in children and adults too. One of the perks of having dyscalculia is that there is high retention of words. In other words, children with dyscalculia are great writers. Let us talk about it today.

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Abuh Monday Eneojo (@mondaydpoet)
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4 days ago

Misspelling something
The magic and quality
Sounded out if sounds the same
All you have to do is make it a game
Look up how many great poets have dyslexia
Everything isn’t perfect
People just don’t understand
You have a voice and your in command
#dwwmp #dailywisdomwords

POEM BY KARL WOMACK

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Catherine (@guest_9881)
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4 days ago

Hello everyone 😎 For today’s word prompt, I’ll like to share my poem called… Tiny Tots A little boy with a brand new toy. His ripped up jeans And his boyhood dreams. A little girl with thin hair and a tiny curl. Holding her favorite doll Dreaming to grow beautiful and tall. Both crying to get their way Facing the world with each new day. Then the school days come And their tiny tot days are done. You can’t believe how fast they grew… They were just babies, now their teenage years are through. It makes you smile, yet there’s a… Read more »

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Abuh Monday Eneojo (@mondaydpoet)
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Reply to  Catherine

 😀 Cathy 😀 

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