Activities for under 5 and under.There are chances to play with numbers in all sorts of everyday activities you do with your child. Pointing out the maths in what you’re doing can help your child feel positive about maths. It helps children understand that maths isn’t scary!
Activities for 6-9 years oldThere are all sorts of ways you can have fun exploring maths with your child in everyday life. Whenever your child uses maths in activities or play, explain that they’re using maths. This helps them to realise how much we all use maths every day.
Activities for 10-13 years oldThere are lots of activities you can do with children that explore maths in the real world. Helping your child see the maths in things they’re doing anyway helps them understand that maths isn’t just a school subject. It’s useful outside of the classroom too!
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