Children with LDs in math may have difficulty with:

- Remembering math facts, steps in problem solving, complex rules, and formulas;
- Understanding the meaning of math facts, operations, and formulas,
- Understanding why problem solving steps are needed and how rules and formulas affect numbers and the problems solving process;
- Solving problems quickly and efficiently;
- Focusing attention on details and accuracy;
- Becoming lost in the problem solving process;
- Making errors because of handwriting problems;
- Mentally computing answers;
- Applying math skills in new problem-solving situations;
- Remembering and following multi-step instructions;
- Making logical leaps in problem solving based on previous learning;
- Inability to find the important information and/or choose the right problem solving strategy to correctly solve word problems;
- Inability to find errors in their own work or to identify mistakes they made in solving the problem; and
- Understanding math terms.