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Families Learning Together

All the guidance and resources you need to teach your child Maths just like they do at school. Covers primary years 1 to 6, 100% UK curriculum aligned. Access the whole resource for a flat fee of just £7 per month!

Teach kids Maths just like at school

Families Learning Together is a resource developed by teachers and curriculum experts to help parents teach children Maths just like they do at school. The core primary curriculum is covered with video guidance and activities for every year group and topic.

Why Families Learning Together?

The way Maths is taught now in primary schools is different to how we were taught. The language and methods used to find answers have changed, even if the results haven’t!

For parents keen to support chidren’s learning, this often leads to frustration for us parents and confusion for children.

How it works

Unlike other Maths homework resources, Families Learning Together provides extensive video and written guidance to help parents become confident in how Maths is taught. With this resource you can enjoy helping your primary aged children, and know you are doing it right!

Sign up today for just £7 per month or £70 per year!

 

Have a look at complete FREE units Year 1 to Year 6

Having to help my 9 year old with her Maths during lockdown was much harder than I had expected. I pretty much gave up…until I found this website! We now look forward to our lessons together. This is much better than other stuff out there.

Agatha Kowalski 

This is an excellent resource…the videos make it really easy for me to explain the methods, and I can tell that she is familiar with the language I’m using. The activities are well thought out and not too long. Dare I say it…my maths has improved too!

David Smith

I love this, got two primary age children and find the activities just the right length. The fact that I KNOW that this is how they teach at school gives me great confidence. Knowing that when they are back at school they will not have fallen behind in their maths makes this a no brainer.

Janet Chavez