Maths aT Home - Pāngarau ā-Kāinga
There is another fabulous website called NRich. This website offers ideas to really develop mathematical thinking. Many of the activities need just pencil and paper, paper only, or just brain-power! The ideas will often challenge adults as much as kids. It also has a Maths at Home section. Have fun exploring!
Simple activities you can do in the car
It sounds obvious, but young children really enjoy counting up to 10, 20 then 100, and also counting back from 10, 20 then 100 (and beyond!).
Next, chant skip-counting patterns for 2, 5 and 10. Once they are confident in these (often around 7 - 8 years old), extend to 3, 4, 6 and 9.
After that, chant times tables while you drive! Year 5 and 6 students will find maths easier and faster if they know their times tables. Teaching tips here.