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There are many fun ways to help a child’s mathematical learning at home. Kate Doyle provides some useful pointers
Get moving and make maths fun with Dr Lala Manners
Primary school pupils could face formal testing at the age of seven as part of a package of Government measures aimed at tackling underachievement.
It is easy to see how number can be used to develop maths skills, but more tricky to remember to see maths in more abstract concepts such as mark-making or to use Christmas presents as an opportunity to explore shape and capacity.
There are many interesting ways in which you can introduce your child to this important skill. Penny Tassoni explains.
Delegates on this course will learn new ways to embed maths into daily routines and how best to assess and observe progress. Birmingham Cost: £279 plus vat http://osiriseducational.co.uk/numeracy-3-5-getting-it-right-from-the-start.html ... Katy Morton ...
The foundations for mathematics should be laid early, but what is an appropriate approach for supporting the under-threes? Judith Stevens looks at creating enabling maths-rich environments
Maths isn't all about being right or wrong, but the joy of discovery. Trisha Lee of theatre and education charity MakeBelieve Arts offers some insights on bringing it to life
There is potential for mathematical learning in all areas of a nursery, so long as practitioners are open to possibilities. Judith Stevens suggests ideas to inspire three- to five-year-olds.
Is it time for mathematics to become a prime area? Judith Stevens considers the case
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