'Pupils respond well to challenges, for example ‘Race against the Clock’ at the start of Maths lessons.' Angela Mulligan (Ofsted Inspector), March 2015
As a parent/carer, you are there to give your child their first experiences of maths: from sorting toys to baking cakes, from going shopping to learning to ride a bike (and if you're wondering about the maths in riding a bike, just think about speed, distance, balance, wheels etc - it's all maths!).
Even if you don’t feel confident with maths, you can still make a huge difference to your child’s mathematical confidence and ability.
Key Stage 1 SATs
Robin Doubles - doubles up to 10
Pirate Numbers - counting practise
Post Letter - number correspondence
Caterpillar Slider - ordering numbers
Fish Tank - counting
Beads - colour sequencing
Compare Order - size and position
Simple Scales - weighing compare bears
Colour Sequence - match colours
Count with Lecky - counting practise