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Has anybody created a 'maths facts' information sheet to send home to parents to help their child learn the basics?

Discussion in 'Mathematics' started by meeky chunky, Jul 19, 2011.

  1. meeky chunky

    meeky chunky New commenter

    I am going to be teaching year 3 and 4 in September and want to send home an information sheet with ideas about what parents could support their child with during the hols and throughout the year to consolidate the basics in mathematics. Like number bonds to 10, 20 and 100, learning times tables, knowing that division is the inverse of multiplication, finding their way around a hundred square or number line? Obviously I could create one myself but just thought I'd check on here first to see if one had already been added!!
    Thanks
     
  2. meeky chunky

    meeky chunky New commenter

    I am going to be teaching year 3 and 4 in September and want to send home an information sheet with ideas about what parents could support their child with during the hols and throughout the year to consolidate the basics in mathematics. Like number bonds to 10, 20 and 100, learning times tables, knowing that division is the inverse of multiplication, finding their way around a hundred square or number line? Obviously I could create one myself but just thought I'd check on here first to see if one had already been added!!
    Thanks
     
  3. meeky chunky

    meeky chunky New commenter

    Thanks so much, just had a quick squizz and it looks fab!
     

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