can't help with a tutor , but there are lots of things you could do with her to boost her confidence.
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there are some excellent online activities. There is a wealth of resources if you google. I find new stuff every day.
get her to help you lay the table and pair socks after washing. Weighing ingredients when you are cooking. Simple addition, multiplication when shopping ( how many will we need for the week etc?) There are a lot of times tables CDs available too, brilliant for car journeys. Finds a dot to dot book, blank out the numbers and then write in multiples of 2, 5 or 10. or colour by numbers using simple sums.
In year 2 she won't be able to concentrate for great periods of time ( language experts reckon a minute per year of their age) and most tutors do hour sessions. Make maths fun and part of everyday life. With Christmas coming up there are lots of mathematical activities - make Christmas decorations and involve measuring and shape. Ratio and proportion can be taught by making biscuits. Paper chains could teach number - how many different chains can you make with 2 colours, 3 colours, 4 colours?..