Mathematics Links


The New Zealand Math’s Website has a section for families. Below is the link with ideas about how you can help your child at home. If you are not sure what stage your child is working out in Numeracy please ask your child’s teacher.NZ Maths Website

Our parents often ask what else they can be doing to assist their children with Maths.  We have found this great website just for parents:  BEDTIME MATHS  If you subscribe you will get a daily problem to solve with your children and there is also an APP you can download onto your device.

Learning of Basic Facts    

  It is expected that by the end of:

Year 2:                                                                                                                                                               

Children will know addition and subtraction facts to 10 with instant recall

Doubles and halves to 20

10 and facts e.g 10 + 3 = 13, 10 + ___ = 17

Multiples of 10 that add to 100

Year 4:

Children will know addition facts to 20

Multiplication facts for the 2, 5, 10 x tables and the corresponding division facts

Multiples of 100 that add to 1000

Year 6:

Children will know subtraction facts to 20

Multiplication facts for the 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9 x tables and some corresponding division facts

Year 8:  

Children will know division basic facts up to the 10 x tables

Where is my child working at in Maths?

 

We have included for, parents reference, a pictorial overview of the types of learning and teaching that is occurring at each stage of your child’s Math’s journey.  If you are unsure what stage your child is working at please ask them or their classroom teacher.  Then you can look at each stage to decide how you can assist your child at home or to just discuss the types of learning that is occurring for them at school.

Addition and Subtraction

Multiplication and Division

Multiplication Strategies to help with Learning Basic Facts:

Learning  your basic facts can be tricky.  All of our students process the concept of multiplication differently, and therefore will build their fluency and understanding at different rates.  Below is a helpful sheet to assist you with helping your children at home.  Learning by rote does not assist our children in developing their number sense.  The strategies in this sheet are really useful.  Give it a go with your children.  We would love to hear how you get on!!!

MULTIPLICATION STRATEGIES – Helpful Tips for parents!!