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Interactive Maths and Numeracy

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Interactive Maths and NumeracyMany moons ago there were lots of free interactive maths games created and shared by the DfEE which were to be used to teach whole classes on the interactive whiteboards. At the time they were innovative and great, but sadly time moves on and they look very old now. TeachIt Primary have created a ...

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The Mathematics Shed

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The Mathematics ShedThe Mathematics Shed is the latest website from the team that developed The Literacy Shed.

They have started to collect videos that will help teacher present a range of maths topics in a fun way.

There are already so many section headings  in use, including:

  • Maths Tool Shed
  • Maths Topic Shed
  • Beat the Brain Shed
  • Maths Shopping Shed
  • Maths Inquiry Shed

Also sheds ...

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Multiplication.com a Great Classroom Resource

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Multiplication.commultiplication_com is a website designed to teach children their times tables through games.

In Multiplication.com there are lots of teacher resources:

  • Picture and Story giant teaching cards
  • Animated video
  • Class activities and games
  • Colouring pages
  • Workbook pages
  • Quizzes

The site also offers many classroom resources:

Mathcraft

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Mathcraft1-Mathcraft is a new web site just being built which is fun, a challenge at the higher levels and offers more to come!

The web site  provides the following information about itself:

MathCraft is the site for people who love math. A lot more fun is coming in the next few weeks.” (Mathcraft About)

So far, the site has a set of multiplication challenges that could be ...

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Matific Maths

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matificMatific Maths is a maths resource that may be useful in school for all primary teachers.

“Matific takes a unique approach to teaching K to 6 math using hands-on and interactive mini-games, called episodes. These immersive bite-sized apps for tablets and personal computers are based on a modular and progressive spiral learning system.”(Matific Maths)

Although the above quote refers to ...

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