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# Homeschooling Help for Parents from a teacher

It is my collection of blog posts to help homeschooling parents during school closure. I am interested in subjects such as kids mental health, fun learning that…
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Inspiring Mathematical Toys
I have gathered some amazing toys that will help your 3 to 9 year old to have fun while learning. Toys that will continue to challenge your child over the years. Good educational toy smuggles learning. Children play with them and do not even know that they are learning. I have a few toys for you that your child will love. Let them explore them, experiment and then show what else we can. This amazing selection will also help to tackle homework! #maths
Fun and Hands on Maths to Support Curriculum/ Parentutor
Inspiring Mathematical Toys
I have gathered some amazing toys that will help your 3 to 9 year old to have fun while learning. Toys that will continue to challenge your child over the years. Good educational toy smuggles learning. Children play with them and do not even know that they are learning. I have a few toys for you that your child will love. Let them explore them, experiment and then show what else we can. This amazing selection will also help to tackle homework! #maths
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18 ways to use Numicon
I absolutely love Numicon. If you are new to Numicon, or bought it ages ago and need more inspiration to use it, you are in the right place. I have gathered a small selection of fantastic ways to use Numicon - accompanied by pictures and some videos. #Numicon #mathematicsforkids
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Multiplication and Division online course for kids by kids
Introduction to multiplication and division, tricks and hands on games delivered by an awesome teacher. You will: - Discover the inverse relationship between multiplication and division. - Know how to answer times 2, 3, 4, 5, 10 and related division questions without the need to memorise the numbers. - Learn and practice to make statements and explain your thinking. - Understand that learning is a process where we need to figure out things because nobody knows everything. #multiplication
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27 activities with snap cubes
Snap cubes, also known as interlocking cubes, stacking cubes or unifix, are maybe one of the cheapest mathematical resources, but give us so many opportunities to support learning. Snap cubes are widely used at schools and in our houses, so let's have a look at what else we can do with them.
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Maths Projects for Siblings
In this blog post you will find a selection of fun and hands on maths projects that your kids can do together. #mathematics #mathforkids #homeschool
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Maths projects for siblings
In this blog post you will find a selection of fun and hands on maths projects that your kids can do together. #mathematics #mathforkids #homeschool
Fun and Hands on Maths to Support Curriculum/ Parentutor
27 activities with snap cubes
Snap cubes, also known as interlocking cubes, stacking cubes or unifix, are maybe one of the cheapest mathematical resources, but give us so many opportunities to support learning. Snap cubes are widely used at schools and in our houses, so let's have a look at what else we can do with them. #snapcubes #unifix #interlockingcubes
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18 ways to use Numicon
I absolutely love Numicon. If you are new to Numicon, or bought it ages ago and need more inspiration to use it, you are in the right place. I have gathered a small selection of fantastic ways to use Numicon - accompanied by pictures and some videos. #Numicon #mathematicsforkids
Fun and Hands on Maths to Support Curriculum/ Parentutor
18 ways to use Numicon
I absolutely love Numicon. If you are new to Numicon, or bought it ages ago and need more inspiration to use it, you are in the right place. I have gathered a small selection of fantastic ways to use Numicon - accompanied by pictures and some videos. #Numicon #mathematicsforkids
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Maths card and board games to improve your child's mental calculations
How are you? How is “the homeschooling” going? Are you as exhausted as me? Being a parent, teacher, curriculum planner, partner, cook, cleaner, laundry lady, psychologist, entertainer, music teacher and shopping coordinator is so tiring!!! My way of surviving these days is playing board and card games with kids. Whenever I think that I can’t do this anymore (and it’s nowhere near night time) I pull out the board games. Follow the link to keep reading and to check my best of best selection.
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Name and Build the Polygon
There is no better maths than hands on maths. Instead of just memorising how many sides and corners each polygon has, build it with your child. I used play-dough and cut up straws, but spaghetti and salt dough will also be fine. Let your child to experiment. Call dough balls vertices and straws/spaghetti sides. Don't forget to download your free worksheet to record your findings.
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1 Reason why I homeschool my kids during Easter holidays
Call me mad, but I’m continuing homeschooling during 2 weeks of the Easter holidays, with only breaks from Good Friday to following Wednesday. The only reason is: it wasn’t easy to build a routine that allows me and my husband to work, homeschool my year 2 son and take care of a very active 2 year old. We finally found a way to do it, so I’m not stopping now, because I know that going back to it would be too difficult. How do we do it? Continue reading on a website
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Year 2 Maths: Baking with Fractions
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1 Reason why I homeschool my kids during Easter holidays
Call me mad, but I’m continuing homeschooling during 2 weeks of the Easter holidays, with only breaks from Good Friday to following Wednesday. The only reason is: it wasn’t easy to build a routine that allows me and my husband to work, homeschool my year 2 son and take care of a very active 2 year old. We finally found a way to do it, so I’m not stopping now, because I know that going back to it would be too difficult. How do we do it? Continue reading on a website
Fun and Hands on Maths to Support Curriculum/ Parentutor