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Maths and Numeracy in Museums Libraries and Archives - Supporting Mathematics and Numeracy in Museums, Libraries and Archives

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Ward, J.


This guide is for staff at Museums, Libraries and Archives (MLAs) to help develop good maths learning projects. These projects can provide real opportunities to explore mathematics in interesting, fun and enjoyable ways using the resources that they uniquely have access to. Teachers or group leaders will also find this guide useful in considering partnership working with MLAs that can provide stimulating environments for the exploration of mathematics and other curriculum areas.

This guide includes

- Background information

- Mathematics curriculum

- Recent projects in the Yorkshire region

- Other project ideas

- Specific Learning Outcomes

- Sources of help and information

Year published


Commissioned by

MLA Yorkshire


Ward, J.

Author organisation

Creative Minds

Document type


Document size

256 kB



Geographical coverage

Yorkshire and the Humber

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