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Maths Week London 2021

We are excited to once again be partnering with Maths Week London, which this year takes place 28th June – 2nd July.

Creating positive memories of doing maths is an important step in building a confident, can-do attitude.

Our hands-on creative approach draws on art, craft, construction, science and nature. The result is an array of crafty, playful, open-ended maths activities designed to inspire curiosity and encourage children to explore different maths concepts in their own time and at their own pace.

Get involved

Check out the resources below to start exploring. You’ll find:

  • Links to all of our creative maths activities which can be downloaded for free to use in the classroom or at home
  • A step-by-step guide to creating a piece of Tessellation artwork
  • Information on how to submit your Tessellation artwork to our virtual gallery
  • Advice and tips on building maths confidence and supporting maths learning

Schools why not print out our activity sheets and send them home for families to do together during Maths Week London – and beyond!

Share your creations with us

Send us photos and/or feedback of any activities you do in school by tagging us on social media @mathsontoast or email them to info@mathsontoast.org.uk (Schools please encourage families to share their photos with us too!)

Download our creative maths activities & resources


Explore our fun hands-on creative maths activities, available to download for free.

Make your own Tessellation artwork


Can you create a pattern on a piece of paper, made up of repeating shapes, without leaving any gaps, spaces or overlaps? That’s a tessellation!

Virtual Tessellation Gallery


Send us your Tessellation artwork for our online gallery

Building maths confidence


Being confident in maths starts with feeling comfortable and at ease with maths. Check out some of our blogs and resources to help you and your child build maths confidence.

The importance of Spatial Maths


Discover why exploring shape, space and measure play a key role in maths learning.

Ideas for early learners


Check out some of our activities particularly suited for EYFS

Take part - Escher-inspired Tessellation Family Stay-in Session


A free interactive live make-a-long event for families,

Take part - Escher-inspired Tessellation Schools Session


A session for primary school led by our team