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# Maths

## Teaching maths at home

Andrew Jeffrey’s top tips for helping your child with maths while schools are closed.
Blog: Teaching maths at home

## Numicon activities

Activity sheets and videos to help explore maths at home, from Numicon.
Blog: Numicon at home

## Number facts

Louise Pennington shows us her top five maths games to learn number facts.
Blog: Boosting early maths skills

Find out what your child will learn about addition and subtraction at school, and how you can support them at home.

## Multiplication & division

Find out how your child will learn about multiplication and division at school, and how you can help at home.

## Fractions

Find out what your child will learn about fractions, decimals, and percentages at school, and how you can support them at home.

## Geometry & shapes

Find out everything your child will learn about geometry and shapes at school, and discover how you can support them at home.

## Beat maths anxiety

Practical tips for parents to overcome maths anxiety and become #positiveaboutnumbers.

How to overcome maths anxiety

## Non-verbal reasoning

Parents with children in Year 6 will probably hear about non-verbal reasoning a lot. But what exactly is it?

What is non-verbal reasoning?

## Mental arithmetic

Fun and easy ideas for supporting your child’s mental arithmetic.

Mental arithmetic tips

## Maths education glossary

Need a refresher on long division or BODMAS? Get to know what your child is learning at school, and how they’re taught at school, with our guide to common maths terms.

## Maths games

Games and activities to practise maths skills.

## Activity books

Progress with Oxford is a range of colourful and fun activity books for 3–8 year olds.

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## KS2 SATs workbooks

Maths workbooks and test papers to help prepare your child for the KS2 SATs.

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