"I need help with my maths homework!" is a sentence most parents dread – but fear not. Helping your child's mathematical development at home doesn't have to be terrifying. Confused about number squares or stumped by long division? We're here to help, explaining maths concepts the way they're taught in school today – in plain English.
Supporting your child's maths journey
In this section, we guide you through what's taught in EYFS maths, KS1 maths and KS2 maths, ensuring your child's learning stays on track with the National Curriculum. Plus, we'll show you how to integrate maths into everyday life, and you'll also discover engaging maths games that will captivate young mathematicians.
Looking for practice sheets, number games and more? Try our downloads on addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, times tables, shapes, and telling the time – making maths a fun, family affair. Or dive into an interactive maths tutorial, where our digital teacher explains the method, shows you examples and then gives you a chance to practise what you've learned.
Maths booster packs
Support your child's maths learning with fantastic Maths Booster packs for each year of primary school. Packed with colourful worksheets and games, each booster pack covers the main numeracy topics for that school year and will help your child revise the core areas of learning they should have mastered, whilst having great fun too!
Why not check out our unique maths Learning Journey programme? Every week, the Learning Journey gives you suggestions for two maths worksheets that, over the course of the school year, will help your child review and master all the core areas of learning that they’ll be taught in the National Curriculum that year… in just a few short at-home sessions each week. As well as a maths Learning Journey for each year of primary school, there is also a Times Tables Learning Journey, Fractions Learning Journey and Maths Progress Checks for every term of each school year.
If you dread your child coming home and asking for help with their maths homework, you'll find The Maths Homework Helper an immensely useful resource for two reasons. Firstly, it collates the main topics your child will need to know. Secondly, it acts as a refresher course for you, so you can revisit each topic and understand just what your child is learning during class time. It covers the crucial topics of numbers, using numbers, measures, shape and space, and data handling, so you and your child will be able to learn, understand and use maths skills in everyday situations.
There are also helpful rules to remember, a jargon-busting guide to key maths language, plus tips and ideas to help your child continue their learning away from their text books. With Maths Homework Helper, you will never be stumped by your child's primary maths homework again!