Everyday Maths Hub
The Everyday Maths Hub for parents and carers can complement your in-class teaching. Visit this page regularly for the latest resources to support your school community.
We are helping parents and carers engage their children in mathematics through fun, relatable activities.
- is an engaging and dynamic online platform for parents and carers of children in Kindy through to Year 10
- aims to support and encourage family conversations about the relevance and usefulness of mathematics in everyday life
- is part of the NSW Mathematics Strategy to achieve the Premier’s vision, 'for all NSW students to develop the mathematical skills they need to succeed in life'
- was designed in consultation with our teachers, parents and carers
- can support parents and carers in empowering their children to think critically and creatively, find and solve problems, and notice and wonder about the mathematics in the world around them
- helps parents and carers connect with their children through mathematics.
- mathematical bite-size content
- short creative videos to introduce topics
- interactive everyday activities
- inspiring reading and resource lists
- games and puzzles
- Join the NSW Mathematics Strategy Yammer group to stay up to date with the progress that we are making on each of the Strategy's initiatives.
- Request sign up to the strategy quarterly newsletter by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Download the NSW Mathematics Strategy 2025 (PDF 4.5 MB).
- Watch the Maths trains brains campaign video (1:00)
Introducing the Everyday Maths Hub
View our presentation introducing the Everyday Maths Hub (PPTX 11.2MB) and watch our video below introducing the Everyday Maths Hub (1 minute 45 seconds).
You may use the hub with parents and carers to:
- support positive home-school partnerships
- generate conversations about mathematics
- introduce and support the use of mathematical language
- encourage curiosity and playfulness with mathematical ideas
- connect mathematics across stages, topics and other key learning areas
- promote positive mathematical mindsets
- suggest games, books and activities.
Here are some lists describing books, games and videos mentioned in the Everyday Maths Hub.
Mathematics belongs to all of us. Enjoy using the Everyday Maths Hub with your school community.
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