Why don’t we celebrate maths in schools in the same way we celebrate other subjects?
We offer a range of activities, events and creative ideas to help teachers change that and to help schools engage parents in maths learning.
We always love to hear who accesses and enjoys our activities so please do let us know if you’ve used them in your setting or shared them with families. You could drop us an email on firstname.lastname@example.org or via social media @mathsontoast
Join-In Projects and Galleries – you can take part at school, send info home for families to do together (print out sheets so all families can access more easily) or why not invite parents/carers to join in a session at school? Just don’t forget that everyone then sends their creations for our online galleries!
Download free resources for hands-on creative maths activities to send home or to try in the classroom.
Summer Fun – an annual series of hands-on creative maths activities for families to ty at home together throughout the summer holidays. Why not print out and send home? Suitable for holiday playschemes too.
Short videos and Maths on Toast Bites, a series of ‘How To’ videos, presented by children aged 8 – 11 are ideal to encourage families to try maths together at home and they also work in a school or community setting.
Festival of Triangles offers you the chance to run a whole school community maths event at your primary school. Comes in a kit with everything you need to plan the week-long series of in-school activities, then host a celebratory event for the whole family.
Free maths events – if you’re based in London; let the children and families at your school know about our creative maths drop-in sessions at Pancras Square Library, Wembley Library, Ealing Road Library and Kentish Town City Farm.
We are proud to support and provide resources for NSPCC Number Day