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If we want children to be confident mathematicians, we must get parents on board

Game-based learning and real life contexts can help to improve children's maths skills says Joy Deep Nath, co-founder of early years and primary maths resource SplashLearn

Maths is not always the most popular subject in the primary curriculum and some of this is down to parents’ mathematical anxiety. When children hear their parents speak negatively about maths, it can be particularly challenging for teachers to engage children and encourage them to develop a real mastery and passion for the subject.

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