Get your toddler off to a great start in maths with these ideas to kickstart your toddler's curiosity and enthusiasm for numbers.

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Partial Quotients Division - A Guide to the New Long Division For Parents and Learners

A guide to Partial Quotients Division for parents and learners - the "new" way of diving big numbers that's replaced long division at many schools.

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Math and Parents - the Fears That Don't Add Up

Parents often fear helping their kids with math. This article explores the reasons for this and demystifies some of the elementary math topics we fear most

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The 38 Challenge is a three step activity that will help children towards achieving instant recall of times tables - and truly mastering this important foundational math skill.

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A STEM Success Story Every Daughter Should Hear

As a mother of a 12 year-old daughter it concerns me that often girls are put off STEM, closing the door on some great career opportunities. I was delighted to meet a woman who has steered her way to the top of the US tech industry, and who also encourages women and girls to get started in tech.

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Tips for Learning the 12 Times Tables - From a Rock Climber

A look at the 12 times tables through a climbers eyes. By breaking them into safe ledges and bite sized chunks, this article will help any child master this often daunting times table.

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Number Lines - What Are They and Why They're Important

Number lines provide a good mental arithmetic strategy for addition and subtraction. Here's our guide to using number lines and how they can help accelerate learning.

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