Families are the first and most enduring influence on a child’s development and play an important role in a child’s learning. Developing strong skills in reading, writing and maths is critical to ensure your child’s success in early learning and beyond.
You can make a difference by supporting what your child learns at school and helping them to learn at home.
The 201 literacy and maths tips to help your child booklet provides handy hints and way you can help your child develop literacy and maths skills. It provides practical activities for you do with your child at home and questions you can ask your child to help them learn.
The booklet is divided into age groups Before School – Year 2 and Year 3 – Year 6. Go to the sections appropriate to your child’s level and look at the tips and handy hints.
To print the document as a booklet, set the following printer preferences:
- Orientation to Landscape
- Binding Position to Left Bind
- Paper size is A4
- Zoom should be set to None
- Print double sided (Flip on Short Edge)
This booklet is available in 22 languages. For translated versions, see: 201 Literacy and Maths Tips Booklet Translations
For further information on how you can help your child at home and to work with your child’s school, see: Families as Partners in Learning