Learning from this site may not be the way you learnt.
- At times your children will need face to face help.
- Children might use digital technology to work remotely with a partner.
- Activities for the early years of school assume children are being partnered face to face by an older person.
- Each activity or investigation links to answers and discussion.
- At times, learners will need 'stuff' from around the house - scissors, dice, playing cards, assorted objects.
- Collecting coloured plastic screw caps of various sizes - for example from milk, water, fruit and soft drink bottles - is a good start.
Our focus is learning to work like a mathematician.
Click to view a 2min 15sec introductory video.
- Print Working Mathematically (1 page).
- Share it with your children.
- When helping your children, encourage them to ask:
What might a mathematician do now?
- When you have the time, read the partner article to the video.
- Perhaps you are already familiar with Mathematics Centre.
- Perhaps you have already included some of our resources in the Maths at Home work you have been planning.
- We're trying to save you some time by pulling parts of the site together to create little units of work you could reference in your home/school packs.
- Up to you, but if you do use the site, please register your email so we know the site has value.
- At the moment we are hearing, We are all in this together, quite a bit. We're just trying to help.