Ben Everitt, the MP for Milton Keynes North, is supporting charity National Numeracy in boosting number confidence across the nation on Wednesday 19 May.
Ben is joining celebrities Strictly Come Dancing star Katya Jones, TV's Rachel Riley and Bobby Seagull, Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis, Bake Off 2020 winner Peter Sawkins and poet Harry Baker in helping the nation get on with numbers.
On 19 May, you can watch the celebrities’ videos and have a go at challenges they have created – including learning a dance routine with Katya, baking cupcakes with Peter, and rapping with Harry - via the National Numeracy Day web page.
You can also take part in three live online events: support your kids with maths; getting on at work; and managing your money.
No registration is needed for the free events– just watch and join in via the charity’s Facebook, Twitter, YouTube or Linkedin channels or find them using the hashtag #NationalNumeracyDay.
Primary school pupils across the UK can also take part in the School Number Heroes competition by letting their imaginations run wild and creating a numbers-related picture. If you’d like to start improving your number confidence and skill now, why not try the free National Numeracy Challenge? It only takes 10 minutes and you can go at your own pace