We are excited to once again be taking part in Maths Week England (8th-12th November 2021), now in its third year!
Its vision is to “provide young people in England with a positive image of mathematics, and to contribute in a small way to changing the national attitude towards this vital and beautiful subject.”
Our creative hands-on approach
Activities & Resources for all ages
Our activities are designed with all primary ages in mind, inspiring children to explore the maths concepts and the creative opportunities at their own pace, and see where it leads them.
Activities ideal for Early Years Maths Learning
We’ve also put together a selection of activities particularly suitable for Early Years Foundation Stage, for children aged 4 – 6 years.
Building confidence with maths
Inspire curiosity and exploration
Being confident in maths starts with feeling comfortable and at ease with maths.
We encourage this with our creative, hands-on approach, providing crafty, playful maths activities and ideas to inspire curiosity and exploration.
Get involved – Design and create a maths masterpiece
How you & your family can take part
Build and decorate a TetraTREEdron! This winter, create a festive tree with a difference! We’re inviting families, schools and communities to build and decorate a festive tree with a difference – a TetraTREEdron!
Join in with this accessible creative maths project, suitable for all ages. Don’t forget to share photos of anything you create at home by tagging us on social media @mathsontoast or email email@example.com
How your school can take part
For primary schools taking part in Maths Week England. Take part in our Escher-inspired creative maths session to create a piece of Tessellation artwork.
Share your work and see it in our online gallery
Share your creations with us
You could see your work displayed in one of our online galleries! Once you’ve designed your Tessellation artwork or built and decorated your TetraTREEdron, send us a picture.
You could even create a Rangoli pattern or try making a Tangram picture out of toast!
Whichever you decide to make, simply email a picture of your maths creation to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will add it to one of our virtual gallery. You could also post it on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram, tagging us @mathsontoast 📷