With the top twenty four football teams in Europe battling it out to be the best, test your maths skills with this fun puzzle for primary-aged children and their families.
Contrary to popular belief, we are not born inherently good or bad at maths and that is that. Practice is key and can be transformational (but don't just take our word for it... ) This article explores why practice helps and how parents can support their children on the route to maths success.
Each times table fact is closely connected to three other facts - two division facts and one multiplication. Help your learner to make this connection and they'll end up mastering times tables AND division in one go.
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A look into how children learn times tables (multiplication tables/facts) plus useful tips on how parents can help at home.
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I’ve picked out my top ten priority maths skills for 9 year olds. You can use them as a “maths health checklist” to help you ensure your child is on track. If your child can answer these correctly and fluently (in a few seconds) chances are they’ve mastered the skill.