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Maths Home Learning

Parents and children will be able to access maths home learning opportunities from this page:

1) Learn by Heart

2) An activity linked to recent work in the classroom.


Learn by Heart: Instant Recall Space Mission!

Instant recall is one of the most important parts of learning mathematics.  It gives children a bank of knowledge from which they can draw to help them when working with maths in a range of situations.   

What each child from Year 1 to Year 6 should have:

  • A log book which stays in school – updated with dates when they achieved their targets
  • A copy of their current target sheet to take home – so they and all adults involved with the child know what they are working on next: ask your child which planet are they on!
  • Opportunities to be tested by staff to show what progress they are making against their targets

Please use think link to find out more.


Home Learning Activity linked to what we have been doing in class. 

Throughout the Spring Term we will be continuing to develop our understanding of place value by exploring numbers to 40, we will then be transferring this knowledge to addition and subtraction. We will also begin our learning on multiplication and division.

Useful Links

Below are some useful web links to explore with your child to help consolidate maths skills they are learning in school.

Use the splats to count to 100 forwards and backwards. Count up in 2's, 5's and 10's.

This website has lots of great interactive maths games.

This website has a good variety of maths games for children to practise their maths skills at home.

Play this game to help your child add one and two digit numbers.

Maths is all around us. Make it fun by doing addition or subtraction when you pop to the shops. Get your child to add up small amounts in your trolley. Can they work out the change that the shop keeper will give you? Can they count out the money for any treats in the trolley? Have fun!

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