Useful Webs for Supporting Children's Learning
Useful Mathematics Websites for Parents and Children
As part of our ongoing efforts to sustain and further improve our very high standards of maths at St. Luke’s, we would like to share a list of useful websites that may help your child with their learning. Children learn best when they practice a new skill in lots of different exciting ways, both in school and at home. The websites include lots of resources and games which help children practice their maths skills. Enjoy practicing your learning!
Tips and advice for parents/guardians:
· Maths 4 Mums and Dads explains some of the milestones children make between the ages of 3-and-11-years-old. http://www.maths4mumsanddads.co.uk/index.php
· A fun interactive site with ks2 numeracy puzzles for children aged 6-11. In the parents section we provide explanations for parents of the maths and numeracy .
Websites to help children:
Big eyed owl: www.bigeyedowl.co.uk/maths/index.htm (Early Years)
Maths dictionary for kids: http://amathsdictionaryforkids.com/ (Early Years)
Top marks: www.topmarks.co.uk (Suitable for Early Years, Key Stage 1 and 2 and has lots of links to other websites)
Crickweb: www.crickweb.co.uk/Early-Years.html (Suitable for EYFs, Key Stage 1 and 2 children)
ICT games: www.ictgames.com/resources.html (Aimed at both Key Stage 1 and 2)
KS1 Bitesize: www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks1/maths (Aimed at children in Key Stage 1)
Starship: www.bbc.co.uk/schools/starship/maths/index.shtml (Aimed at Key Stage 1)
Digger and the Gang: www.bbc.co.uk/schools/digger (Aimed at Key Stage 1 and 2 children)
KS2 Bitesize: www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks2/maths (Aimed at Key Stage 2 children)
· Oxford Owl includes a range of activities, top tips and eBooks to help your child with their maths at home.
· Nrich. A range of maths games, problems and articles on all areas of maths. Parents of Key Stage 1 children should select ‘stage 1’ and parents of Key Stage 2 children should select ‘stage 2’.
Many thanks for your continued support,
Mrs Eastham (Maths Subject Leader)