Learning at home

Hidden treasure

This activity can easily be set in a specific room, all around the house, or in the garden.

Adapt the concept to suit children’s ages and stages – simplify as necessary or make it more complex.

April treasure hunt

Older children can cope with more sophisticated language, more difficult or more numerous description, for example, a combination of shape, colour and number… They may also enjoy setting treasure hunts for yourner siblings.

This type of activity helps build aural comprehension and memory skills for following instructions as well as problem-solving skills for maths and science.

Maths related resources are here.

Maths infographics are here.

More ideas for supporting maths are here.

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