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EYFS Maths ideas for home learning.

10 Family Card Games That Support Early Math Skills
Card games are an inexpensive way to enjoy family fun while also building math skills—all you need is a deck of playing cards!

Math at Your Fingertips! Easy Counting Activities Using Number Gestures
Research shows that both seeing and hearing information can make number concepts easier to grasp.

Origami and Paper Wizards: Fold Some Math into Your Day!
These activities can be done with whatever paper is available—scrap paper, newspapers, or magazine pages would work.

Easy Recipes That Will Get Your Family Talking About Math
Four recipes that children can help make along with tips for talking about math while cooking together.

Math in the Everyday Activities of Latino Families: Doing Math the Mayan Way!
This PDF download guides parents to teach children how to count using common household items, such as beans, sticks, and paper

KS1 & 2 Maths ideas for home learning.

White Rose Home Learning Reception – Year 6

Third Space Learning Packs for KS1 & KS2

Third Space Learning Fun Maths Games

I See Maths Home Learning

Top Marks Maths Games

NRICH Maths Activities

NCETM Number blocks

NCETM Maths at Home: Support during school closure (new area) 

National Numeracy Pdf sheets of mathematical activities for children aged 5 – 11

Maths Mastery Primary maths and English resources 

Maths with parents

Sumdog Free access to maths, spelling and grammar

No pressure maths Download and print games.

Oxford Owl at home

Pearson

First for maths

Collins Collins have opened a webpage of ideas from their old Belair publications.

Cool Math 

Maths is Fun 

A Maths Dictionary for Kids 

Yohaku puzzles are short number puzzles available via Twitter @yohakupuzzle  and his website.

Association of Teachers of Mathematics 

Lizz Gibbs Member of Maths Associations (MA) has also set up an area of her website for support, under tab Covid-19 and also a Parents and Carers page

Making Numbers Together with its free resources on the Oxford Owl website which you will find here:  You need a login but it’s free

Maths on Toast: resources include:

  • A wide range of creative, crafty maths activities to download 
  • Maths on Toast Bites, a series of short ‘How to’ creative maths films – presented by children for children, with accompanying activity sheets 
  • Ideas and tips about how to enjoy creative maths together 

NRICH: For EYFS and up to the end of KS1 really the activity sheets will be easy for parents to relate to and build on things children like to do. 

NRICH Mapping document has a lot of good puzzles and problems to work on jointly with your child.

What the children say