Building Number Skills in Dyslexic Children
John I. Arena
Academic Therapy Publications, 1972 - Apprentissage, Troubles de l' - 108 pages
The techniques described in this book are just some of the many helpful approaches that have been successfully developed for, and used with, children who have been frustrated by their inability to cope with quantitative relationships.
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