Here's how to make learning about number at home FUN and really powerful

Share these maths activities, board games, dice games and card games and really help your child to understand number.

Why maths at home can really help

Follow the expert parent guidance to start your child's learning journey playing with real objects at home. All the educational research shows that this promotes the best learning, but children often miss out because it can’t happen on a screen or in a workbook, and doesn’t work so well with a large group of children. Extend the learning with pictures. This is a bigger step than you might think but because some of those pictures are photos of real objects familiar to your child, you’re helping them take their learning to the next level in easy stages. Brilliant! Don't worry about not having the maths equipment found in schools. Print the number lines, number tracks, slavonic grids and use these really useful tools as you are having fun playing the games.

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