A Math Look Dyscalculia Remediation Program

10 Digits

Patterns to 10

Trade 10

Equivalent Fractions modeled with US Coins

Model with Money

Place Value With Money 10,000 + 5,000 +100 + 20 + 5
Orient yourself to the decimal point by imaging your head is the decimal point. Outstretch your arms and hold WHOLE dollar bills in your weaker LEFT hand, and hold a handful of coins  (fractions of whole dollars) in your STRONGER RIGHT hand. n your

Remedial Training

Goal: The goal of math therapy, is to turn a victim of dyscalculia into a powerful master of the language of mathematics, fluid in problem-solving, and the efficient decoding, translation, processing, and encoding of quantitative information.

Dyscalculia.org offers training for teachers, administrators, parents, and individuals.

(Live or Live Online)

    • Pandemic relief for students needing effective math instruction at home + training for schools, parents, and staff.

    • Guaranteed learning outcomes. 6-session minimum

    • Homeschool Advising Program (monthly fee)

How it Works

With each session, students demonstrate mastery of new understanding and skills.

    • Instant gratification provides motivation and momentum.

    • Students quickly experience success, which is a foundation for deep understanding and rapid learning.

    • There is no emphasis on memorization.

    • Students experience in order to understand and remember.

    • Students quickly gain confidence in their ability to interpret and process quantitative information.

    • Parents are trained with their student, if possible.

    • Students are required to practice new skills by producing documentary demonstrations of understanding, which become learning assets.

    • Online access to lessons.

Training Scope

    • 10 digits, instantly recognizable patterns - combining visual patterns to add, subtract, multiply, & divide mentally

    • Decimal System - pattern of trading 10s

    • 10 digits, decimal place value repeating patterns (1, 10, 100)

    • Decimal encoding and decoding: addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, conversions, equivalency

    • Fractions: patterns, units, relationships, decimals, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, conversion and equivalencies, language fluency, mental reasoning, problem-solving with coins and money

    • Place Value with Money: 100 quadrllion to 1/1000 (one-thousandth)

    • Realistic Money Set: $1, $2, $5, $10, $20, $50, $100, $500, $1,000, $10,000, $100,000, $500,000. [10 of each bill for $30 - fast, free shipping]

    • Language-enhanced place value chart by Dyscalculia.org

Experience and understand numbers from

100-septillion (yotta) to 100-septillionth (yocto)

100,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000. to


Color-coded, with words, prefixes, International Symbol (SI), SI prefix, powers of 10, prime factorization, conversions and equivalencies, and relationships.

    • Language-enhanced teaching money: 1-quadrillion to 1/1000 (one-thousandth)

    • Interpreting quantity in various forms: numbers, words (spoken and written), implied, visual.

    • Assessing quantitative information: decoding, facts, extraneous, interpretation, processing, encoding.

    • Performing unit conversions using language and place value, without formulas or arithmetic.

    • Interpreting and encoding numbers: 100-septillion to 100-septillionth

    • Scientific Notation - exponents

    • Using expanded notation for problem-solving

    • Experience to learn, teach to remember.

If interested in remedial training, call or text 1+ (313) 300-1901 or email.


  1. Dyscalculia.org's Math Language Place Value Chart

    • write-erase

    • desk chart - $35

    • 2' x 7' classroom banner - $115

2. Realistic Money $30

    • $ Stack $30 [1, 2, 5, 10, 50, 100, 500, 1k, 10k, 100k, 500k]

3. Play Money - $35

    • 1/1000 to 100P

4. Coins

5. Magnets

6. Clips

7. Color markers, Vis-a-Vis markers, color gel pens, or color chalk markers.

8. Glass blackboard (magnetic), or chalk board.

9. Graph Paper

Graph paper-raised line - Ream
Blue Raised-line graph paper


Equivalent Fractions Modeled with US Coins


For Home