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Topmarks Search A fantastic free resource to support maths and science at Key Stages 3 and 4. There are wonderful interactive activities and study notes. Pupils can download the resources for offline use. Interactive whiteboard resources too. Superb! Calculation Balance An excellent site for addition, subtraction, multiplication and division practice. Christmas Maths A useful resource for Christmas time which includes a range of great number activities which are aimed at Year 1 pupils (5 - 6 years). Ladybird Spots Three different counting, matching and ordering maths games based on the numbers 1 to 10 for early years children. Multiplication Try this good game for practising your times tables. Loop Cards Fantastic for improving your mental maths. Teddy Numbers The Teddy Numbers game can help you to learn numbers to 15. Underwater Counting Can you find the treasure? Primary Worksheets A selection of good quality maths worksheets. S-Cool! Related:  Numeracy

Welcome to Math Playground Interactive Whiteboard Resources: Maths, Key Stage 2 Symmetry A good tutorial with audio to help pupils learn the names of different polygons and how to draw lines of symmetry on some of them. Celebrity Shapes Find out about shapes both 2D and 3D and then try your hand at the quiz. Sorting Shapes on a Venn Diagram Sort a variety of 2D shapes on a Venn diagram. Castle shapes Identify 2d and 3d shapes and their properties in the context of a castle. Reflections A teaching resource which demonstrates symmetrical patterns. Axial Symmetry A simple demonstration of what axial symmetry is. Symmetry A tutorial explaining rotational symmetry and line symmetry. Rotational Symmetry An excellent teaching tool to demonstrate rotational symmetry in 2D shapes. Position and Turning A fantastic interactive resource for demonstrating right angles, clockwise and anti-clockwise, compass directions and turns. Polygon Playground A drag and drop activity where you can experiment with symmetry, tessellations or just design crazy patterns or pictures using shapes. Solid Figures

PLAT Online Mathematics Fuentes bonitas y divertidas para tus documentos Para todos aquellos que estéis aburridos de utilizar siempre las mismas letras en vuestros trabajos, documentos, etc etc. Os dejo con unas cuentas fuentes que me chiflan!! De momento os dejo con 11 fuentes diferentes... Quiero avisaros de una cosa. Seguro que os va a ser de gran utilidad!!! Un beso KS2 - 'Maths on Target' by Stephen Pearce New Curriculum 2014 We are currently writing new material for the curriculum changes to come into effect September 2014. These new books will follow our very successful Maths on Target series written by Stephen Pearce and will be called 'Target Your Maths.' Sample pages will be available soon. We hope to have these books available for purchase by September 2014. Maths on Target by Stephen Pearce (published 2008) The Maths On Target books build on the enormous popularity of Target Maths, which was first published in 2002. The intention of the book is to provide teachers with material to teach all the objectives as set out in the yearly programme in the renewed Primary Framework for Mathematics. The work is organised in 'Blocks' and 'Units' as in the Primary Framework. Sample pages Maths on Target Homework Sheets For Years 3, 4, 5 and 6 you can buy a set of 60 photocopiable sheets for homework (A4 size). The sheets are for pupils of all abilities and are easy to set and mark for teachers.

Math Techniques and Strategies: Good Math Texts This is a place where reading and math comes hand-in-hand. These are good mathematical texts you can use for students to better gain an understanding of math or go deeper in to a particular concept. (Elementary) The Quants: How a New Breed of Math Whizzes Conquered Wall Street and Nearly Destroyed It by Scott Patterson My rating: 4 of 5 stars Great book behind great mathematical geniuses that took over Wall Street. The Chimera Prophecies by Elliott Ostler View all my reviews Catch of the Day - The Maths Zone - June 30, 2010 The Maths Zone website brings together and organizes a variety of free resources located on the Internet which can be used for teaching mathematics. The Maths Zone groups together resources from numerous sites in sections sorted by age level and topic to form a repository of interactive games and other activities for teaching math skills to learners aged 5-16. Content intended for young learners (KS1/2, ages 5-11) is grouped by the following topics: counting and number sense, number facts, calculating, shapes, measuring, handling data, and using and applying math. For older students (KS3/4, ages 11-16), content is categorized as tools, number sense, addition/subtraction, multiplication/division, algebra, geometry, and data handling. The Maths Zone also includes a section that summarizes the key mathematics objectives for years 1-6. Presently, most of the content of The Maths Zone is aimed at younger kids, but appropriate material for older students is being added.

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