We hope you are all getting along well with your home learning.
On this page you will find contact details if you need to ask any maths-related questions, links to some good maths websites and some problems and activities you might want to try.
Children in Reception have been working very hard on their home learning - finding different shapes, counting, making repeating patterns, doubling and halving and adding.
Log into Times Tables Rock Stars - just 10 minutes practice every day can make a huge difference. How fast can you answer questions? Can you improve your speed? Can you challenge your friends or your teacher? Click here to log in. Download a helpsheet and more information here.
Free maths lessons - have your child taught by Carol Vorderman! Includes daily sessions, games, rewards, certificates, and all linked to the National Curriculum for your year group. All free whilst schools are closed.
There is lots of maths you can do at home that does not involve screentime or worksheets.
Have you tried any of these?
There are lots more ideas online, including here.
Here are some useful links to help with maths learning at home.
ICT Games - some great games for Early Years and Key Stage 1 children.
Top Marks Maths - you can choose the age of your child using the tabs at the top and then choose a topic.
Arcademic - lots of arcade style games to practse skills. You can play without creating an account.
BBC Bitesize - guidance and videos to help with Key Stage 1 work
BBC Bitesize - guidance and videos to help with Key Stage 2 work
Have a go at the problems below and discuss how you know your answers are correct. You can email your answers and explanations to firstname.lastname@example.org
We might add some great explanations to this page so everyone can see.
Two fathers and two sons sat down to eat eggs for breakfast. Each person had a whole egg and they ate exactly 3 eggs between them. How could this be true?
Which 3 numbers have the same answer whether they are added or multiplied together?
If you are finding any of your maths home learning tricky or you need a bit of explanation, please email your Year Group email address or email email@example.com and we will try to point you in the right direction.
If you have done some great maths at home, please email and tell us or send pictures so we can share and celebrate your good ideas.