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Maths can be a part of your everyday activities through games, stories and conversation! Why not count the plates as you lay the table or do a fun addition quiz? Board games like Snakes and Ladders or other games with numbered spaces can be great for maths learning. You can even make your own!


Meals and snack times can be used to teach lots of concepts, like sharing, talking about time, counting how many carrots you have, estimating the number of beans or comparing sizes of potatoes. Use manipulatives like bricks or toys of different sizes or amounts to support learning.


When you see your child practising Maths in everyday tasks, praise them! “I love to see you counting / ordering / sharing.”