Maths at Home
London Grid For Learning – 29 Jan 2018
Maths at Home
The Maths at home resource is designed to provide support for busy parents that wish to helptheir child with their mathematical development at home.
London Grid for Learning have produced individual videos to demonstrate the way we teach mathematical concepts in the Primnary School. These videos cover the entire Mathematics Curriculum at Ardleigh Green, including an overview of Early Years. Where appropriate videos are supported with a selection of downloadable resources.
The video resources are designed to bring Maths to life, highlighting learning opportunities within cookery, play, decorating and gardening. Most importantly, they are designed to stimulate conversations between children and parents.
- Topmarks – Maths games
- iBoard – Number pairs
- Maths Calculations (Years 1 to 3) – A Guide for Parents
- Maths Calculations (Years 4 to 6) – A Guide for Parents
- Understanding Progress in Maths – A Guide for Parents
A really rich resource, for extending students, with new activities each month; use the Archive to find activities and solutions from previous months.
Activities and games based on CBeebies characters such as the Teletubbies, Fimbles, Tweenies and Bob the Builder. Aimed at ages up to 6.
Digger and the Gang activities to support Year 3 and 4 of the National Strategies for Literacy and Numeracy, and KS1 and KS2 programmes of study.
Number Time activities linked to the Numeracy Framework for reception and KS1.
Activities designed to prepare children for KS2 National Tests.
Aimed at children preparing for KS1 National Tests in English.
Premiership Football Challenge
For those of you who like football, please click on the link below to access the new learning resource from the Premier League.
Useful websites to test your mathematical skills
07 Oct 2016
Why not visit one of these sites and test your mathematical skills.
If you find any useful sites yourself, please let us know. Press the Contact Us button on our home page and type in the website address.
Numeracy tip 1
29 Sep 2016
A numeracy tip to challenge you and help you. This first tip is a puzzle from Mr Morris.https://www.youtube.com/embed/HOcI9pKHpzY
Maths Fact Book
07 Oct 2015