3 Strategies that will benefit every dyslexic student with directionality

Which direction do we go? Who has ever been lost? Wondering which way to go? Trying to navigate a foreign city or a new town? In math class, our students can be no different.

Many of our children with dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, etc., wrestle with directionality.
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What you may have thought was the simplest of questions, “What shape is left of the star? Or commands like “turn left” “turn right.” Not so simple! They can be lost inside a student’s mind. Especially in mathematics! Double-digit addition sequences, number lines, and matrices are just a few directional heavy math concepts that have students feeling…

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This 5-minute video by Adrianne Meldrum, CEO & Founder of Made For Math, unveils three strategies to help kids with directionality!

Want more? Click here to watch the FULL webinar on Dyslexia and Mathematics

Our kids don’t have to be bewildered, wondering which way. In this short clip, you’ll find the “compass,” “map,” and samples of other “directionality gear” that equips kids to say…
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MFM Authors

Matthew Lyda

Matthew Lyda

Multisensory Math Specialist

Matthew is a Blue Belt in Shotokan Karate, a happy husband, wilderness lover, drummer, and a voracious reader! He works with students one:one as well as in group classes. 

Adrianne Meldrum

Adrianne Meldrum

CEO

is the Founder and CEO of MFM. She is a certified teacher with over a decade of experience tutoring middle and high school students in math. Adrianne’s goal is to bring multisensory math to as many students as possible.