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This is not a new site and is, in fact, the most common link we find in the side bar of school blogs, but… SumDog is one you should see, if you haven’t done so already. SumDog ’s maths games are free to play, either at home or at school. Most are multi-player, so you can play on your own, or against thousands of students worldwide. The games cover over a 100 numeracy skills, split into 10 levels, and because the games are presented in engaging ways, pupils enjoy developing their mental maths skills. Whilst almost everything is free, you can also purchase a subscription to get progress reports on your students and identify their strengths and weaknesses.
We started using QR Codes in our classrooms in the summer of 2011. We began investigating how we could make use of them and found a large amount of information online about the potential for QR Codes being used in the education environment. Some of these can be found here: In addition to these websites there is also much more that can be found on YouTube, in blogs and by searching for 'QR Codes Classroom'. Initially, we only made use of QR Codes and made them using Kaywa . This was good as it allowed easier access to a URL through either an application on a mobile device or a desktop QR Code reader.
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