Tag Archives: maths

Neurodivergent Wednesday – 2020

Listen to the short recording Visualising numbers is fun and now you can explore words and numbers together, angles, telling the time and even algebra. This is a great way to improve your maths and especially mental arithmetic. This will … Continue reading

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Neurodivergent Wednesday – exploring more

Visual skills for more Maths Now you have the basics is visualising numbers, lets explore how to use your skills for calculations, measurement (this one is great fun), doubling and halving, fractions and percentages, words that describe shapes and angles. … Continue reading

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Neurodivergent Wednesday – come and explore

Terrified of Maths? Recording here on Youtube Anyone terrified of maths? In just a few minutes you will learn the key to improving mental arithmetic. It’s easier than you think even for very young children. Recording here on Youtube Following … Continue reading

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Maths made easy with Steve Chinn

So many people are anxious about elementary maths, join us for an on-line free teleseminar to explain the basics easily. Steve Chinn makes it all seem very simple.  http://www.mathsexplained.co.uk Book your place here: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3872950943873006594 The recent Guardian article looked at … Continue reading

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Are you and your child confused by school maths?

I am delighted to offer you a FREE online call with Steve Chinn, a world-renowned expert in the teaching of mathematics, especially in the primary stages. Book your FREE online webinar place here, for Wednesday 10th July at 7:30pm. Steve … Continue reading

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Innumerate Britain: the missing key

Innumerate Britain:  Recent #Prospect article about how bad numeracy is in the UK, written by Josh Lowe. Unfortunately the missing key to numeracy was not mentioned – the ability to use mental imagery to do mental arithmetic.   There is no … Continue reading

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Discover how to help your children with literacy and numeracy, for FREE: Primrose Hill, London, 28th Oct

Would you like to know more about how children learn and how you can help them improve literacy and numeracy. There is a great opportunity at learn more at a free workshop in Primrose Hill Community Library, London, Tuesday 28th … Continue reading

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Let me tell you the secret of maths

Those people who are good at maths can picture numbers in their mind’s eye and do all sorts of different calculations, without paper, just seeing the numbers, sums etc as if they are writing on a panel of glass, with … Continue reading

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Does maths make you shiver?

Mental imagery will improve our Maths results When you are faced with maths does a cold shiver run down your spine? This is the experience of many and no wonder that numeracy is always in the top 10, quite often … Continue reading

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Maths is easy when you use mental images

Maths/Numeracy is so easy when you learn how to use mental images for numbers. Olive Hickmott offers you a free teleseminar to find out some essential secrets of being good at maths and improving Dyscalculia.  Olive will be sharing with … Continue reading

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