This episode of BBC Radio's 'All in the Mind' explores how children develop an understanding of mathematics
Addition and subtraction are two of the basic building blocks of maths - build your child’s confidence in adding and subtracting by playing fun games and activities together. We’ve designed these activities to support children aged 5, 6 and 7 years old.
The Incredibles are probably the world’s most relatable superheroes - so when we see Mr Incredible helping Dash with his maths homework, many of us will share his frustration. Here's the valuable maths lesson for parents to be found in the movie Incredibles 2.
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Anxiety about numbers can affect any child and has a real impact on their ability to do maths. Get involved to provide solutions including calming techniques and appropriate practice to increase confidence and break the worry cycle.
A Rugby World Cup-themed maths challenge for all the family. Here are 10 rugby maths questions, arranged in ascending difficulty. Suitable for 5 year olds to teenagers and grown ups.
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After Reception, your Year 1 child will be ready for some amazing growth. For many children, Year 1 is the year that they bloom as readers and mathematicians. Get ready to support your child’s mathematical growth by learning about Year 1 maths skills.
In Reception, children start to work with numbers in a range of different ways. They will be encouraged to be curious and explore numbers by playing number games, singing counting songs, making models as well as being introduced to the ideas of addition and subtraction.