How can I help my child learn maths without the anxiety that so often accompanies this subject? Parents of all backgrounds - those whose knowledge of maths is small and those who use it daily in their work - share this concern. What if I never liked maths or didn't do well in it myself? This book is intended to help parents develop a positive relationship with their children by offering useful approaches learning maths and including activities that make maths a source of fun.Many family pastimes can include maths in a natural way while they build a child's foundation in maths. By starting in a child's infancy with topics parents know well and becoming comfortable with including maths in daily conversations, parents can develop a bond with their child that will allow them to continue to explore mathematical ideas and support their child's learning throughout the grade-school years.What parents and teachers will learn from this book:Activities to help children learn to countHow to teach children the difference from knowing numbers and their meaningRecognising the pattern of numbers and counting past twentyHow to determine what a child knows and doesn't knowTeaching children estimation, average, measurement, number sense, geometry, place value and addition and subtraction, plus many more mathematical concepts.