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.
A look into how children learn times tables (multiplication tables/facts) plus useful tips on how parents can help at home.
There is little doubt that a partnership between school and home is the best way to ensure children progress fully at school. We asked a teacher for their top tips on how busy parents can support their children in their education.
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Counting is easily taken for granted but there's a lot of fascinating research into how we learn to count and there's more to it than you may think. We look at some of the theories and the key steps in this fascinating journey.
Simple kitchen table maths games are a great way to speed up recall of times tables. Here are some of my favourite games to play with cards and dice, that will speed up your little one's learning.
Award winning home learning for ages 5-11 on tablet and laptop.
With 16 of the best women's football teams in Europe battling it out to lift the trophy, put your maths skills to the test to see if you really understand how the competition works.
Wordle, which you might think is simply a word game, is actually a mathematical puzzle. Yes, it may use words and letters instead of numbers, and a wide vocabulary doesn't hurt, but the logic, strategy, probability and elimination processes we use to solve it are actually maths skills.