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MoneySense

MoneySense is an financial education programme from NatWest designed to help young people towards a better financial future. There are games to play and downloadable worksheets. UK and Euro currency options.

Teachers, Pupils, Parents

Tablet-friendly

5-18 year olds
MathsBot.com

Tools and resources to support secondary school maths teachers. Useful for interactive whiteboards.

Teachers

Tablet-friendly

11-16 year olds
Are You a Math Magician - Subtraction?

Can you complete 20 subtraction facts in one minute? Take the challenge.

Pupils

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6-8 year olds
Are You a Math Magician - Division

Can you meet the challenge of answering 20 division facts in 1 minute.

Pupils

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6-11 year olds
Are You a Math Magician - Multiplication

Sharpen your multiplication skills by seeing if you can answer 20 multiplication facts in 1 minute. The tables go up to 10 times table.

Pupils

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6-11 year olds
MathSphere Free Sample Worksheets

A free selection of printable maths worksheets in pdf format, taken from the year groups 1 to 6.

Teachers

Tablet-friendly

5-11 year olds
The Vile Vendor Probability Game

The Vending Machine gives vile drinks such as Cabbage, Smelly Sock or Fresh Fish. You need to work out the likelihood of getting each flavour and choose a matching probability word: impossible, unlikely, equal, likely or certain.

Pupils

Tablet-friendly

8-11 year olds
Snowman Sums

A winter themed addition game. Find number bonds to match the target number.

Pupils

Tablet-friendly

5-7 year olds
2D Shapes

See if you can guess the name of the shape. This site is a good teacher resource for use on an interactive whiteboard. Children are given the properties of shapes and need to think what the shape is.

Pupils

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5-7 year olds
Fraction Flags

Here you can design a flag to match various fractions. Look carefully at the colours you need to use. It can help you to understand equivalent fractions.

Pupils

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7-11 year olds
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