Links to fun Maths Websites
On Maths Sphere you can download and print maths puzzles suitable to challenge the children in the senior classes in the school. These puzzles are great to keep the mind active, encourage problem solving and also a fun way to learn maths at home.
There is a selection of great maths games and resources on this site for a wide range of areas in maths. It starts on the basics like addition and subtraction, up to fractions, decimals and multiplication. It also has great brain teasers to make maths exciting.
Virtual Protractor is a great way for kids to practice reading angles in a new, fun and interactive way. Continued practice will allow children to master their protractor skills.
Woodlands Resources is a great site to help children and parents to understand topics that may be sent home for homework. This website offers extra worksheets to support your child's learning in any topic of maths.
This website offers great maths worksheets that are free and suitable for children from 4 years old all the way up to 18. The worksheets have a drill and practice focus to get children to remember equations and problems. As we all know practice makes perfect.
This BBC resource focuses on the strand numeracy for children ages 4-11. It has games, worksheets and tips for parents and teachers on the topics. It is a great and varied interactive resource.
Maths wire provides games and ideas to help children to further understand topics and to practice their skills.
This is a fantastic website where you can use a generator to make worksheets to suit your child's needs and ability. All you have to do is select various options and then click 'Make my Worksheet' to create a worksheet suitable and tailored to your child's needs and abilities.