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‘Help your child do maths, even if you don’t’ book by Dr Rosemary Russell

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Dr Rosemary Russell talking about her book.

The video contains an interview of Dr Rosemary Russell, writer of the book ‘Help your child do maths, even if you don’t’.

A recent review of the book states:

“This guide isn’t trying to give you maths to do with your child but instead talks through what you can do as a parent/carer to support your child to flourish in maths in the areas you can control -mindset and the home environment. It’s a really helpful overview.

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