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Pattern Blocks

Make patterns or tessellations with shapes on this versatile website. There are detailed instructions in the 'Help' section. Good on IWB if you use the zoom facility.

Pupils

Not tablet friendly

5-11 year olds
The Maths Teacher

Structured video revision lessons with printable lesson notes, exercises and full solutions for a modest subscription.

Teachers, Pupils

Partly tablet friendly

14-18 year olds
Free YouTube Video Tutorials GCSE Maths

Ten free video tutorials on topics such as constructing angles, quadratic formula and rounding.

Pupils

Not tablet friendly

14-16 year olds
Tangram Game

In this game you use seven different geometric shapes to make pictures. It is quite a challenge, but you can use the Hint option to make it easier.

Pupils

Not tablet friendly

7-14 year olds
Scatter Graphs

An interactive lesson on placing data in a table, plotting points accurately on a graph, how to draw a line of best fit and interpret the information it provides.

Teachers

Not tablet friendly

11-14 year olds
IXL

A subscription maths practice site for reception to year 10, for schools or the home. Activities are matched to the National Curriculum and the site provides pupil tracking.

Teachers, Pupils, Parents

Tablet friendly

3-14 year olds
Co-ordinate Grids

Activities using co-ordinates including a treasure hunt. A good teaching aid for teaching how co-ordinates work.

Pupils

Not tablet friendly

6-11 year olds
Ordering Fractions

Drag the fractions in order from lowest to highest values. If you aren't sure check them out in the testing room first.

Pupils

Not tablet friendly

10-11 year olds
Percentages

Layout the park with the correct amount of woodland, flower beds, playground and more. This will call on your knowledge of percentages, fractions and decimals to meet the challenges.

Teachers, Pupils

Not tablet friendly

10-11 year olds
Ordering and Comparing Fractions

A Dick and Dom adventure where you need to find the antidote to the Plague by working through the comparing and ordering fractions activities.

Pupils

Not tablet friendly

10-11 year olds
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