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    Definitely ask the school about mathletics. DS is good at maths (your DS sounds brilliant at it) and his teacher unlocked some of the year 3 maths for him half way through year 2. Only the teachers can do that so the teacher that told you about his ability would be able to pick which parts to give him access to.

    Well done 😀

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    I second (or third?) mathletics.

    If he's that quick with his maths, he might also have a talent for activities like chess where being good with patterns and memory is an asset. And music!

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    What about Sudoku? Would he enjoy them?

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    I was going to suggest music also. Reading sheet music is supposed to be good for maths and vice verse through patterns, rhythm and sequences etc.
    Perhaps piano or violin?

    mathletics is great. Ds loves it and really enjoys the competition behind beating his own scores. I also buy some napalm books and activity books for home to keep his brain ticking. Flash cards and sudoku are fun ways to explore also


 

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