Count along the number line from one to 20, and back again, and then count the number of passengers on the SS Mathematical with a song.
Numbers Count reveals how Ancient Egyptians used strokes to write down numbers less than 10 and then used different symbols for higher numbers.
Numbers Count reveals how the digits we know today were developed in India and found their way to Europe via Arab travellers, where they evolved further.
Could the patterns found in Reimann Graphs be the answer to everything? Alan Davies gets a layman's view.
Humorous clip shows how awkward life would be if we couldn't show the scale size of things on designs and maps
A child searches for an eight-spot butterfly and teaches counting skills along the way in this Count Us In animation.
Supporting the Australian Curriculum
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