Below are a selection of websites that you may find helpful in supporting your child's learning in maths. If any parents or children know of any great maths websites that we haven't put on here, please let us know so we can add them for others to use.
On Mathletics the children are able to play live against children from all over the world using their number skills. It's a great way to develop fluency and confidence with times tables and number bonds. Every child in our school has an individual username and password for Mathletics. Please contact the class teacher if you need a copy.
The website is full of activities including mathematical reasoning and problem solving in a range of contexts. There are 'live' problems and individuals can post their solutions if they find them!
'Who wants to be a Mathonaire?' is a great game to play with the whole family. Compete against each other to see who get the highest score. You can choose the level you compete at.
Other games include 'Shape Invaders', 'Online Sudoku' and 'Memory Spin'...all great fun!
Times tables are a crucial part of maths; fluent knowledge of times tables helps with many aspects of maths learning. The expectations of the curriculum are children should know up to 12x12 by the end of Year 4. On this website, you can choose which times table you want to practice. If you are confident with them all you can choose to do a mix of tables.