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Maths Tips
If there is one thing I would suggest for everyone, it`s learning and securing the basic number...Editor's Pick
Confidence is Key for Maths
By far the most useful thing for young children to have when starting to learn maths is...Teaching maths  right brain, left brain approach
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Maths Tips
If there is one thing I would suggest for everyone, it`s learning and securing the basic number facts. Things like pairs of numbers that add up to 10 or the times tables are the staple and foundation of all mathematics. Not only will you save (lots of) time working things out, but they provide a... 
Perseverance  a Formula for Success
This is my motto in life; I adhered to this throughout my study years and subsequently in my everyday working and family life. Whilst this was easy for me when I took my professional exams as an an adult, I found it really difficult trying to get my young daughter to follow this during her 11... 
Recommended Maths Reading For Parents
'Maths for Mums and Dads' by Rob Eastaway and Mike Askew is an excellent book which I recommend as a teacher to all my parents. It is written in very clear and concise language to explain the new and different approaches taken when teaching children maths, illuminating such strange concepts as...

How to make maths fun for your little ones!
Maths is not always the most exciting subject children study at school. Whether children find Maths boring or difficult to understand, either way they lose out on gaining insight into some basic concepts which later serve to become the foundations on which further Mathematics knowledge is built.... 
Confidence is Key for Maths ^{Editor's Pick}
By far the most useful thing for young children to have when starting to learn maths is confidence. Confidence is key. The usual process when young children begin to learn maths is for them to start with handson, practical work, such as counting coloured blocks or physically sorting toys into... 
KS13 Maths
Let your son/daughter to calculate how much they need to pay for the sweets and crisps they buy and ask them how much they will have left after the shopping! They will learn addition and subtraction and even multiplication without feeling the pressure and obligation!