Fun family activities and games learning about place value.
64 Place Value Lotto
Discover together some strategies for estimating how many one pence coins you take in a handful and you’ll have some insight into why the number system we use today, developed to make counting easier, over 1500 years ago in India.
With the help of powerful images, further place value games help you explore with your child what the digit ‘4’ stands for in the number 48 for example. Visualising numbers in this way is very helpful. Reading 48 as forty eight is universally mastered but it’s easy to miss connecting the ‘4’ to four lots of ten and from here difficulties can mount.
Further number games help you and your child focus on sound, cleverly encouraging the development of pictures of numbers in our brains, which will always be available to help us.
To help a child with maths age 5 to 6.
Most of content covered in late year 1 maths curriculum UK
Download pdf package of games and activities along with advice on how to support your child to discover and enjoy this bit of maths at home.