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Helping Your Deaf Child To Develop Early Maths Skills (3-4 Year Olds)


Helping Your Deaf Child To Develop Early Maths Skills (3-4 Year Olds)
Net Price: £0.00
Primary target audience: Parents and carers
Format: Information Guide (designed)
Date live: 15/03/2013

This booklet will help you to develop your child’s understanding of maths through play and everyday activities. It will encourage their success and help them develop a positive attitude towards maths.

It contains six main sections:

  1. Getting started
  2. Developing language for maths
  3. Helping your child to develop their working memory
  4. Helping your child with numbers
  5. Shape, space and measures
  6. Helping your child with problem solving

At the end you’ll find games and activities to help make maths and numbers fun for your child, and information about organisations and resources that can support you.