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For more help with how maths is taught in school, please see the maths worksheet pages.

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Age 0 - 5
Young children enjoy pages to stimulate their thought processes and activities to develop their manipulative and coordination skills. We have included some pencil-based ideas to support this.

Children have varying abilities so they might like pages under Age 5-7 as well.

Tide tables - maths questions


 Tide tables - maths questions
Tide tables - maths questions

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 How to teach children to tell the time
How to teach children to tell the time
 Help your child with telling the time - FS
Help your child with telling the time - FS
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"A really nice website which offers lots of practical advice about helping your child out with their maths. what i really like is the fact that the website is broken down into different age groups, and actually presents examples of the kind of work and exams that pupils are faced with these days. well worth a look" - http://www.mrbartonmaths.com/excellentwebsites.htm
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