Thank you for attending the Maths Information Evening held on 1st February 2018. I have attached my copy of the powerpoint delivered, as well as the resource list I talked about throughout the evening.
If you are unsure about how your child is learning a topic, for example the method used, please do not hesitate to contact your child's class teacher for further information.
Alternatively, if there is anything from the evening you are unsure of and would like more information please email:
(Hit the Button – lots of different ways to help)
(Set an account up – can play with 2 or more players)
(can be timed – lots of different quizzes)
Websites to help:
Breaks things down for parents – ways in which to help with different topics
Always popular – games/quizzes/easy to see progress
People think games doesn’t mean learning – lots of great resources
Useful Maths Websites, Books and APP’s
- www.mathletics.co.uk This requires a yearly subscription. All interactive and tracks their progress.
- nrich.maths.org A fantastic website full of maths problems to enrich learning.
- www.mathszone.co.uk Lots of maths games divided up into the different areas of maths.
- www.counton.org Lots more maths games.
- www.mathsisfun.com Great website for revision, generated worksheets and games.
- www.oxfordowl.co.uk Great for KS1 and even has a reading section.
- www.mathplayground.com Has a wealth of games and activities.
- www.numbernut.com Great website for help with mathematical vocabulary.
- pbskids.org/cyberchase/math-games Lots of games and videos.
- www.maths4mumsanddads.co.uk A website created by a Teacher explaining the maths curriculum and how to help at home.
- Maths for Mums and Dads - By Rob Eastaway and Mike Askew
- Help Your Kids With Maths - By Carol Vorderman
There is a wealth of APP’s available for maths. Type ‘maths games’ into the search bar and lots will appear. This is a good way to get children to do maths because it’s on an electrical device!