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Welcome to our website. We hope you will find our site useful and easy to navigate.

Mathematics

Here are links to websites that can help you with your mathematics. Click on the words highlighted in yellow to take you to games and activities.

 

Algebra 

This clip will remind you what is meant by the term 'equation'.

 

Watch this clip about solving missing number problems using algebra and then have a go at the examples given.

 

Angles 

This website has a game where you can estimate angles.

 

Area and Perimeter 

Try this game. In 'Explore', you can investigate how shapes with the same area have different perimeters. The 'Game' will also help to develop your skills of visualisation.

 

BODMAS 

Have a go at this game. It is based on Who Wants to be a Millionaire?

 

Circles 

This video clip is a reminder of the key learning points relating to vocabulary.

 

Decimals

This video clip will remind you of basic decimal place value.

 

Watch this clip and see if you can round the decimal number.

 

This clip suggests a way that you can calculate a percentage of a quantity. It's not the only way - just one option! Have a go at the examples.

 

Division 

Here is a simple explanation of chunking.

 

Factors, Multiples and Primes

These video clips will remind you of the meaning of 'factor', 'multiple' and 'prime number'. It is important that you can understand and use each of them.

Click here for factors.

Click here for multiples.

Click here for prime numbers.

 

Fractions

Click here for a video about adding and subtracting fractions. There's also an example for you to try.

 

Click here for a video about multiplying fractions. There's also an example for you to try.

 

This video will help you to understand some of the language we use when working with fractions.

 

Click here for a video about simplifying fractions. There's also an example for you to try.

 

Can you complete Gary Lineker's fraction challenge?

 

Lines

You need to know the difference between parallel and perpendicular lines. Watch the clip for a reminder.

 

Measures 

Here is an activity about capacity. Choose a size of interval on the measuring jug and then read the scale. It will be helpful to enlarge to full screen.

 

Here is an activity about weight. Choose the size of interval on the measuring scales and then read the mass.

 

Multiplication Tables 

Times Tables Rock Stars is a brilliant website which will help you to build up your tables knowledge and speed.

 

This game also has division facts to practise.

 

Negative Numbers

A game to test your knowledge of negative number value.

 

Percentages

This video clip will remind you of the meaning of 'percentage'.

 

This clip suggests a way that you can calculate a percentage of a quantity. It's not the only way - just one option! Have a go at the examples.

 

Can you complete Gary Lineker's percentage challenge?

 

Pie Charts

Pie Charts: Try this game. It is a bit tricky so don't give up!!

(It's also American, hence the use of the word 'graders' and the spelling of 'favorite'!!)

 

Shapes

This clip can help to remind you of vocabulary related to 3D shape. 

 

Pages 1, 2 ,3 and 4 of this website are very useful for reminding you about properties of triangles, quadrilaterals and 3D shapes.

 

Square and Cube Numbers

This video clip will remind you of the meaning of 'square number' and 'cube number'. It is important that you can understand and use these.

 

Time

If you are struggling with how to tell the time, this game might help.

It's basic time telling. There are three clocks showing different times and there is a time written at the bottom. Click on the clock face that matches the time written at the bottom. If you're right, the mouse eats the cheese. If you're wrong, the cat gets the mouse!

 

This is a video clip to remind you of the difference between analogue and digital time.

 

This game can help you to make sure that you can tell the time in words. Click on the picture of the bear with the clock to get started.

 

This game can help to improve your knowledge of the calendar. Click on the picture of the bear with the calendar to get started.

 

Volume

Remind yourself of how to find the volume of a cube by watching this clip.

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