Primary maths resources proven to develop numeracy skills
Based on a proven concrete-pictorial-abstract approach, Numicon encourages children to explore maths using structured imagery and apparatus in order to understand and explain mathematical concepts.
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Handy tips and advice to help parents support their child's maths at home using Numicon.
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See how Numicon can support your teaching of the PYP Mathematics Scope and Sequence.
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Additional sessions to reinforce and embed key maths concepts
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