Supporting Your Child at Home

read-right-count-logoCounting with me is as easy as 1…2…3!

Counting doesn’t just mean maths. It’s loads of things… counting out coins, reading the time and playing Snakes and Ladders. Try these activities and you’ll soon realise there’s an endless amount of ways that you and your child can count together.

Counting tips, ideas and activities
Practical Ideas – created by Mrs Jo McGregor
Have Sum Fun – Games to Play at Home
Homework Guide for Parents

Common Language and Methodology

Common Language and Methodology – Eastwood High Cluster
Please click on the links below to view how you can support your child with Numeracy and Mathematics at home.

Each guide provides you with the correct use of language and methodology for Numeracy and Mathematics.

We hope you will find this useful when supporting your child at home.

Numeracy and Maths Glossary
This glossary has been developed for parents and carers.  This includes early learning and childcare through to 3rd year in secondary schools. It provides clear definitions of some of the commonly used terms in numeracy and mathematics. It is organised according to Curriculum for Excellence and includes images and diagrams to support the definitions. To access the glossary, please click here.

Step by Step Guides

Please click on the links below to view step by step guides to aspects of Numeracy and Mathematics

Four Operations
Addition
Addition Workshop – created by Mrs Donna Watt
Addition Explained – Williamwood Cluster Maths Support

Subtraction
Subtraction Workshop – created by Mrs Sharon Kelly
Subtraction Explained – Williamwood Cluster Maths Support

Multiplication
Multiplication Workshop – created by Mrs Heather Findlay
Multiplication Explained Part 1 – Williamwood Cluster Maths Support
Multiplication Explained Part 2 – Williamwood Cluster Maths Support

Division
Division Workshop – created by Ms Pauline Eddie
Division Explained – Williamwood Cluster Maths Support

Time
Supporting children with Time

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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