It is important that you make Maths at home fun and interactive.

Try and involve maths in day to day live, making it relevant to your child. This can include:

  • Telling the time using analogue and digital clocks.

  • Paying for an item in a shop using money.

  • Measuring equipment

  • Following a recipe

  • Baking a cake

Playing games is a fantastic way to help your child improve their maths. Here are some suggestions:

  • Monopoly

  • Snakes and Ladders

  • Playing cards

  • Dominoes

  • Connect 4

As the children progress through Key Stage 2 (Years 3 to 6), it is vital that they know their tables by the end of Year 4 otherwise they will struggle with the Maths in Years 5 and 6.   It’s important that they practise these a little and often so they become embedded in their long term memory.     One of the best ways is to download an APP which the children could practise on daily.  It’s also important that they learn the Divisibility Laws.   

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