Get expert advice and tips on how to support your child's learning and instil a love of maths.
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Find out the best ways to help your child feel confident about maths from an early age.
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The building blocks to maths begins with kids learning to count – eggs, pegs ... anything you can think of.
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Your child will learn to count and understand what numbers mean just by hanging out at home, at the beach or walking in the street.
If your child wants a great job when they leave school encourage them to study maths.
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Learning how to measure can be great fun for young kids when it's combined with rolling play-dough or wrapping presents.
How long will it take to to reach the holiday destination? How many converted football tries will put us in front? Give your kids a head start in maths by encouraging them to work things out mentally.
Understanding shapes is the basis for geometry and other maths concepts. Simply pointing to shapes in picture books or stacking containers in different ways will give your child new ideas about them.
Filling containers with water in the bath or counting out how many teaspoons of sugar are needed for a recipe are fun ways for kids to start understanding mass and volume.
Looking at 'use by' dates on food, watching the weather report together ... there are many things you can do to give your child an understanding of time and temperature.
If you want your kids to understand algebra, start early by giving them a hand to recognise patterns – on wallpaper, in jewellery or during a footy game.
We all use graphs to understand information – in newspapers and pamplets, on bills or on television. Your child can experiment with graphs simply by playing games and tallying the results.
Simple tips to give your child the best opportunity to feel confident about maths when they start Year 7.