The best way to get children to learn their maths is to keep talking about it throughout the day. For example, ask whether they want you to cut sandwiches into triangles or rectangles, or halves and quarters. Talk about half-filling cups, watering cans or baths. Look at the clock regularly and practise reading the time to o'clock and half-past. Practise counting in 2s, 5s and 10s as you walk. Share sweets, buttons or other objects into halves and quarters.
Please do check out the White Rose home learning resources below. It is an incredibly useful maths resource if you can manage to print the accompanying worksheets.
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Maths documents: 22.6.20