Making Maths Count

Involving parents in numeracy and maths learning

March 16, 2018 by 1 Comment | Category Uncategorized

There is so much creative and innovative practice going on in early learning centres, schools and communities to engage parents in their child’s numeracy and maths learning. Here is a snapshot from the last couple of months.

https://twitter.com/SandaigCounts/status/972061449735589893

https://twitter.com/StDavids4/status/970688223780499461

https://twitter.com/jacquelinest01/status/966774002378264577

https://twitter.com/SandaigCounts/status/966724203260112898

https://twitter.com/PDNardo/status/951225396904824833

https://twitter.com/MrsQuigley2016/status/958362322627686400

https://twitter.com/MrsQuigley2016/status/966025601428570112

https://twitter.com/MrsQuigley2016/status/960926153061085184

https://twitter.com/MrsQuigley2016/status/955822369549012994

https://twitter.com/MrsQuigley2016/status/970654154245988352


Comments

  • Tom Renwick says:

    180 parents at a numeracy talk last Thursday evening, and they all received a Numeracy Map + training to help their children if they wished at home with addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions and percentages. All classrooms in the school (Kinnaird PS, Larbert) also have a large Numeracy Map on their wall, so, potentially very good synergy between the classroom and the living room.

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