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# Maths at Home (4 and 5 year olds)

Homeschooling is a tough task. I have created lots of "maths at home" ideas, resources and fun projects to make it as cool as can be.
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Discover 2D Shapes
Have fun discovering 2D shapes. Build the shapes by using the right number of vertices (dough-balls) and sides (straws). Don't forget to download your free worksheet to record the findings. Play-dough is amazing for building muscles in your child's little fingers. I make play-doug myself, it only takes a few minutes, you don't need to cook it and it lasts months! Drop me a text if you need my recipe. #math #2dshapes #handsonmaths
Fun and Hands on Maths to Support Curriculum/ Parentutor
Finding one more or one less than any number from 1 to 20
Finding one more or one less than any number from 1 to 20
Counting out a number of objects from a larger group
FUN Maths for Kids at Home: Thread the correct amount of screws onto pipe cleaners. It is so easy to prepare. This maths activity will also help to strengthen fine motor, practice recognising numbers to 10 and 1:1 correspondence.
Counting out a number of objects from a larger group
FUN Maths for Kids at Home: Thread the correct amount of screws onto pipe cleaners. It is so easy to prepare. This maths activity will also help to strengthen fine motor, practice recognising numbers to 10 and 1:1 correspondence.
Counting out a number of objects from a larger group
Put pom poms on a tray, some numbers, tweezers and watch your child trying to figure out how many pom poms can fit in this Numicon shape. "Should I pick the same colours?" If you don’t have a water tray, use the roasting tray.
Counting out a number of objects from a larger group
Put pom poms on a tray, some numbers, tweezers and watch your child trying to figure out how many pom poms can fit in this Numicon shape. "Should I pick the same colours?" If you don’t have a water tray, use the roasting tray.
Maths at Home: Counting out a number of objects from a larger group
Teaching maths at home can be a tough task, but not with parenTutor. This tutorial will help you to reach this ELG: "Counting out a number of objects from a larger group" and practice fine motor skills. Home school can be fun when you use creative ideas. For more ideas visit my website.
Fun and Hands on Maths to Support Curriculum/ Parentutor
ELG Maths Goals for Numbers and Calculations
Homeschooling is a tough task. Check parenTutor for learning "maths at home" fun and creative ideas, resources and projects to make it as cool as can be. I also explain Early Learning Goals for maths. This link will take you to Numbers and Calculations.
Fun and Hands on Maths to Support Curriculum/ Parentutor
Subtraction: 2 single digits / Learn maths at Home
This tutorial will show you how to explain subtraction to your 4 or 5 year old. It also demonstrate how to use a number line to double check the answer. For more tips, tricks and ideas visit my website.
Fun and Hands on Maths to Support Curriculum/ Parentutor