How does it work?

The idea behind Early Logic is a regular diagnosis of mathematical competence and adjusting the possible therapy to the needs of your child, which significantly helps the child to achieve better learning results.

Test diagnosis

The test diagnosis includes twelve exercises from four different areas of mathematics education. It is addressed, just as the full version of the product, to children aged 4-6 and 6-9. The level of difficulty is adapted to the child's age and stage of education.

On the basis of the exercises solved, a pre-diagnosis is prepared to make it possible to pre-determine the child's level of difficulties. The test diagnosis is free of charge and there is no obligation to take any further action.

Full diagnosis

The full diagnosis includes the evaluation of a possible risk of dyscalculia and is made on the basis of a detailed report regarding the child. This report is made after the child solves 120 exercises from the selected level.

The diagnostic suite of EarlyLogic consists of 7 applications dedicated to children aged 4-9 (three applications for kindergarten children aged 4-6, and four applications for primary school children aged 6-9). Each application includes 120 carefully selected exercises. The applications can be used multiple times because new exercises are generated upon each use.

Individual test results (a report), in which parents or teachers can find quantitative (percentage results) and qualitative (pedagogical diagnosis) information are included in the product. The pedagogical diagnosis will include the evaluation of the risk level of dyscalculia, or information about the lack of such risk, with emphasis on the areas that require therapeutical actions.}


The EarlyLogic therapeutical kit includes 7 applications that allow you to generate exercises adapted to the child's individual needs as previously diagnosed. The therapeutical process is planned in such a way that, in subsequent months, you can monitor and consider the child's progress, and focus on those skills whose development requires particular effort and a greater number of exercises.

The number of exercises is also adapted to the child's needs, as previously diagnosed (from 120 to 360 exercises). More time is devoted to the areas that require intensive therapy than to areas in which the child has no difficulties.