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Lots of games, lessons and activites across the curriculum. Each pupil has their own login provided by school. Work can be set and directed by teachers or pupils can access their choice of games and activities.
An interactive 100 square. Pupils can be directed to splat given numbers or explore the concept of one more or one less. Pupils can also use this resource to explore calculations.
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A website full of games, organised into different age groups for ease of navigation. There are games based on counting, ordering and sequencing, addition and subtraction, multiplication and division, measures, money, shape, data handling and problem solving.
A maths website focussed on problem solving, flexible thinking, challenges and real life application of maths. There are interactive online games and challenges and printable tasks. Some have videos and instructions. Website is divided into key stage learning but explore other areas if pupils need to.
Mathsframe has more than 200 interactive maths games and 300 maths worksheets and assessments linked to the new curriculum. All resources are designed by an experienced KS2 teacher. New games and worksheets are added regularly.
BBC Bitesize - games, videos and activities across different areas of Maths learning. Fairly easy to search and navigate to the appropriate task or activity.
Useful website for parents to see what and how pupils will be taught in maths lessons. There are also some games and online activties that can be linked to pupils learning.
Maths games and activities organsied by skill. Can start on the lowest level and work your way through each one. Some explanations to support learning.