Primary Maths Catch Up – Parent’s Course Pack 1 of multisensory activities
Are you worried that your child has maths anxiety? Do you want ideas of how to help your child develop strategies to cope in a world surrounded by maths?
Why not purchase a parent’s pack from my series of self-help courses… where I step you through simple, but effective strategies to help you, help your child…
For about the price of just one hourly one-to-one private lesson, you can purchase one of these packs and start to be able to help your own child in a way that you haven’t been able to do up to now.
Each pack includes enough resources and multisensory activities to do on a daily basis for at least two weeks, most likely for a whole month or even more if your child is younger than 7!
I take all the confusing and complex viewpoints from academic research and make it accessible to parents, breaking it down into simple steps and activities that you can do on a regular basis with your own child.
The packs are designed for children of age 7 upwards as a ‘catch-up’, or from age 2 to learn for the ‘first time’. The activities are designed to be worked through on a daily basis until the pathways in the brain are formed and your child starts to make sense of the concepts.
The pack includes a series of:
Resources in PDF documents
Quick and easy to follow activity videos
In-depth videos where I explain the activities and the reasoning behind them
Topics covered are:
Counting, sequencing and subitising
22 Activities and videos
6 sets of multi-use printable resources 133 pieces.
As well as the printable resources, you will need to use easily sourced objects that you may already have at home, such as counters, dominoes and cups.
Specifically designed for children with Dyslexia or Dyscalculia, using a Dyslexia friendly font and helpful colours and layouts. All original artworks and laid out on A4 sheets.
If you have any issues with either the downloads or on how to deliver the activities with your children, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will help you.