Addition and subtraction are two of the basic building blocks of math - build your child’s confidence in adding and subtracting by playing fun games and activities together. We’ve designed these activities to support children from Kindergarten to 2nd Grade.

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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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What are Number Bonds? A Guide For Parents

An introduction to number bonds (or addition and subtraction facts) for parents. What they are, why they're important and how to learn them

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Amid the drama, bravery and triumph of the Winter Olympics, there's plenty of room for math! Here are some Winter Olympics themed puzzles for you to tackle as a family.

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Amazing Math Tricks to Astound, Confound (and Practice Mental Math)

Want to be a mind reader? Have x-ray vision? No problem - you’ll just need a little bit of maths to get you going. These maths tricks are great to play on your little ones, and with a bit of practice they’ll be able to wow their friends too.

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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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Music and Math - Is There a Learning Connection?

Is there a connection between learning math and learning a musical instrument? This article explores how they complement each other.

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