Internationally Australia lags behind the standards of other OECD countries in numeracy, rating only 12th out of 22 nations.1
Nationally, more than one in six children start school behind and children from the most disadvantaged areas are 4.1 times more likely to start behind, relative to children from the least disadvantaged areas.2
Parents spend less time with their children on maths activities compared to reading.
Many parents are uncertain about early maths learning and teaching, not knowing what their child could or should learn or how to help them learn.3
Let’s Count at work provides practical ideas, tips and tools for everyday maths.
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