This super simple and clever craft will get your child doing maths in no time
Studies have shown that children learn better through playful stimulation.
This approach to learning has been adapted by many schools and crèches, but can parents use this method at home?
The answer is yes you can and it's easier than you might think.
This super simple and clever craft will help your child to learn maths in a fun, enjoyable way and it will only take you a few minutes to make!
There are so many apps and games out there to help children with their numerical skills but sometimes the most simple tricks can be the most effective.
This handy hack created by blog Relief Teaching Ideas gives instructions on how parents can create this craft at home.
Students trace their hands, cut out & glue down onto A3 paper, except for the fingers.
They can then make sums to 10 by folding the fingers down & counting, and recording the sums underneath.
Crafts like this are not only fantastic for helping children to learn but are also a great way of bonding with your child.
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