Parents can help children learn mathematics in many ways. One of the most important ways is to promote a positive, problem-solving attitude to mathematics, which builds the foundation for mathematical learning.
Have fun and find the math in every day activities - shopping, driving, sports, arts - math really is everywhere!
Ask questions to help your child think about the concepts of number, proportion, patterning and problem-solving strategies.
Ontario Ministry of Education - Mathematics
EQAO Parent Resources
Doing Mathematics With Your Child.pdf
TVO Kids JK/SK Games
Students can play games to develop understanding of key ideas related to mathematics.
TVO Kids Homework Zone Grade 1 - 6
Students can view videos which explain mathematics concepts to build understanding.
Homework Help Grades 7 - 12
Students can get 1:1 online help from a qualified Ontario teacher.
has a wealth of resources to support families in learning mathematics at home. Families can find activities to do together, including digital and online resources.
Mathies - What math activities can we do together?
(select your child's grade for questions you can do with your child, and a wealth of real-world activities your child can do)
Video Podcast - Sorting, Matching and Making Patterns
Video Podcast - Literacy and Numeracy on the Fridge
A Maths Dictionary for Kids
Find definitions for mathematical terms your child may find in their homework.