Links to free to use Maths educational resources, games and activities, covering, Foundation/Pre-school, key stages 1 & 2, grades 1-6, ages 3-11 years. Ideal for parents wanting to improve their child's maths skills at home or to support homeschooling. Lots of cool math games for kids to have fun as they learn
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Pocket Money Printable
Worksheet with maths problem and pictures of notes and coins to cut out and use with money activities.
Coins to £2.00 Interactive
Open ended resource for teachers to ask their pupils questions as part of a whole class starter activity on money in maths.
Rainwater Harvest Video
Using a metre square frame he shows that for every mm of rain that falls on a square meter or roof we get a litre of water. Next Stefan helps them to calculate how much water they can collect from their main school roof using a scale plan of the school.
Fraction Wall Video
Registration required, type Fraction Wall into search bar when registered. This great lesson idea, aimed at Key Stage 2 maths, is designed to help pupils understand how fractions are different parts of a whole. After starting with a recap of the language of fractions, Year 5 teacher Sophie Crump, at Burnham-on-Crouch Primary School, gets her class to make their own fraction wall.
Understanding Measures Interactive
In this activity the pupil has to choose the correct unit in which to measure a variety of areas. In the first part of the activity the areas are given as pictures and the user must click on the correct choice of units. In the second part verbal descriptions of areas are given and the pupil has to select the closest estimated answer.
Moneybox to £20.00 Interactive
A KS 2 money application where teachers and pupils can drag coins into a money box and then calculate the money box total. Uses coins 1p to £2.00 to a maximum total of £20.00