Number lines explained for primary-school parents, including their use in addition, subtraction, multiplication and division calculations.
The term 'shared between' explained for primary-school parents and ideas for the types of division problems children might be asked to solve.
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Getting their hands dirty can help children discover a passion for maths. Here’s how to make the subject work outside the classroom.
Fabric calendars, see-through clocks and other great teaching products to help children learn to tell the time on analogue and digital clocks.
How to teach your primary school child to tell the time using an analogue clock.
The bridging through 10 mental maths strategy explained for primary-school parents.
Best maths board games for children: brilliant games to help practise times tables, the four operations, place value, coin recognition and more.
The bar model method, taught in Singapore maths, explained for parents.
Block graphs or block diagrams explained for primary-school parents, with examples of how children are taught to use and read them in the classroom.
Tips and tricks to help children learn the multiplication tables, as suggested by a primary-school teacher.
The concrete > pictorial > abstract (CPA) method in maths explained for parents, including examples of how it is used in the primary-school classroom.