“The essential online resource for primary mathematics teachers”
Maths Matters Resources is one of the largest websites in the world providing quality primary mathematics resources.
Maths Matters Resources is an innovative primary mathematics education website created by Bev Dunbar. Bev has over 40 years experience in primary mathematics teaching, teacher education and professional development as a Lecturer in Mathematics Education and as a Mathematics Consultant. She is the author of more than 30 mathematics books for both teachers and students. Bev is passionate about helping you bring quality real-life links into your maths sessions. This website helps you contribute to raising numeracy standards across Australia, New Zealand and the world.
Maths Matters Resources is a subscription website where subscribers access targeted mathematics classroom activities and connected real-life maths photographs and maths graphics. These will enrich any primary mathematics session and, as a subscriber, you’ll have easy access to the activities, photographs and graphics. You can then use the resources as the Copyright Act allows (e.g. you can photocopy and print them).
Maths Matters Resources is packed with 1000s of high quality targeted primary mathematics resources, created with teachers of 5 – 12 year old students in mind. Just click on one of the colourful squares above to see all the related categories. Or you can click on the dark green menu bar at the top of the page. When you are a subscriber, you can use our internal search engine to find exactly what you need.
- To familiarise yourself with how our website is structured, go to Getting Started.
- To see a summary of our whole website layout at a glance, go to Sitemap.
- To see recent primary mathematics resources uploaded to our website, go to What’s New?
- To read Bev’s maths blog go to the Maths Cafe.
- To search for something specific, once you are logged in, use our search button at the top of this page.
You can subscribe as an individual or as a whole school using just one username and password. To become a subscriber just click here.
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