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A video describing how you can support your child's learning in maths.
Suggestions about ways that you can use everyday experiences and resources to explore maths.
Activities to help develop your child's number knowledge. They include related vocabulary in Te Reo Māori, and many of them include versions with key questions translated into Māori.
Ideas for making a collection of free or low-cost items that your child can use for exploring maths ideas.
Links to other parts of the website that may be of use to you.


Links to other resources

Home-School Partnership: Numeracy An interactive module to help families support the mathematics learning of children with special needs is available.
Home-School Partnership: Numeracy The Home School Partnership: Numeracy Handbook has been designed as a guide for schools and communities to plan ways to work together to support children's numeracy achievement.
Home-School Partnership: Numeracy The Numeracy Development Projects have been an important part of maths education in New Zealand schools for more than ten years.
Problem Solving The Problem Solving activities are grouped by strand and age level. They are designed for able students to attempt by themselves. Solutions and extensions are provided.
Student sites The Student Sites are other websites that are intended for use by students. For each link we provide a summary of the maths concepts covered. We also indicate the curriculum level that the site is appropriate for.
ECE section The Early Childhood Education Section has material intended to support early childhood educators to use opportunities that arise in everyday interactions with children to foster the development of mathematical thinking.
National Standards pamphlets There is information on the New Zealand Curriculum and National Standards provided by the Ministry of Education for parents and teachers to read.  There is also material for each year level, including information and tips on getting involved in your child's reading, writing and mathematics learning.