There are lots of fantastic Maths websites to try! Have a look at some of the examples below for fun activities and games!
Remember: We have access to Times Table Rock Stars and year 5 and 6 are able to watch videos and complete quizzes on Hegarty Maths
Home learning on BBC bitesize
BBC bitesize are preparing daily Maths sessions for children in KS1 and KS2, which include videos, worksheets and games!
Home learning with White Rose
White Rose have prepared some excellent home learning resources. Each week, White Rose will be uploading five maths lessons for each year group. Each lesson comes with a short video showing you clearly and simply how you can support your child in completing the activity successfully. Please scroll down to see the summer term plan!
Home learning with NCETM
The NCETM has produced interactive videos that come with a follow up activity. Five lessons will be added each week.
Home learning with Gareth Metcalfe
Each day, I have posted a new video lesson for Y3/4 children (all Y3/4 lessons here), and a separate video lesson for Y5/6 children (all Y5/6 lessons here). Each video explores a big mathematical idea in small, easy-to-follow steps and a range of independent tasks are set for children to complete. A new lesson is posted at 9am every day. Everything is free.
Here’s the outline plan for the rest of the school year. I will continue making the videos for the duration of the UK school closures (however long that lasts):
20th – 24th April: Reasoning with Shapes
27th April – 15th May: Reasoning in Multiplication and Division
18th – 22nd May: Measures: Money and Time
1st June – 5th June: Data Handing
8th June – 19th June: Fractions
22nd June – 3rd July: Flexible Calculation
6th July – 17th July: Mathematical Puzzles
Supermovers has a range of engaging and active videos to support children of all ages learn maths concepts from times tables to 2D and 3D shapes to mental maths and and the four operations!