The workshop will provide ideas for fun family maths and resources that will inspire attendees to develop family engagement with maths in their own setting. 

The workshop provides attendees with:

  • a forum to discuss theirs and their audiences varied experiences of maths
  • an opportunity to explore a case study of family maths learning in a library with working examples of how to;
    • Engage audiences in regular family maths activities
    • Develop a ‘maths is fun’ ethos with families
    • Support families by providing them with a model to help build mathematical resilience (inspired by Sue Johnston-Wilder’s Growth Zone Model)
    • Work with partnership organisations and embed national initiatives into programming
  • a chance to participate in fun family maths activities and evaluate their suitability for their own setting
  • inspiration to create their own creative family maths resource including a framework to develop a Maths Trail in their setting

"Good ideas for making maths very physical and tangible to engage families."

"This was a really great workshop. Maths on Toast were super friendly, knowledgeable and did a great job at putting my own fears at ease so that I could think and learn."

Attendee’s at MOT Maths in Museums Workshop with Kids in Museums – February 2018

Who will benefit from attending?

This workshop is ideal if you engage with families in:

  • schools
  • libraries
  • galleries
  • museums
  • colleges
  • the wider community 
This practical one day workshop will be delivered by Maths on Toast - the family maths charity. 



The workshop is £180 (no VAT) after 7 January 2018.

There are discounts for Friends of the Campaign for Learning.

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