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Number Fact Families

Can you find all the number fact families? Just the thing for learning the relationship between addition/subtraction and multiplication/division.

6-11 year olds
Family Lives

Family Lives is a UK charity offering advice and support on all aspects of family life including parenting and bullying.

3-18 year olds
Addition and Subtraction Facts

This is a brilliant animated resource for demonstrating addition and subtraction facts to 20. Super for number bonds and missing numbers.

Teachers, Pupils
4-7 year olds
Nocturnal Wildlife

These facts about nocturnal animals are from the RSPB site. The animals included are: owls, moths, foxes, hedgehogs, badgers and bats.

8-11 year olds
10 Fabulous Facts about Diwali

Fascinating facts about the festival of Diwali.

7-14 year olds
Ten Facts About Ancient Egypt

Travel back in time 5,000 years to discover ten fascinating facts about the Ancient Egyptians. It includes links to further information about Egyptian gods, heiroglyphics, Tutankhamun and how to make a mummy.

9-14 year olds
Family Lives Parenting Videos

Brilliant! A site for parents of 5 - 19 year olds that is packed with videos with advice on raising children. Topics relate to learning, well-being and behaviour.

3-18 year olds
Ten Facts about the Tudors

Take a trip back in time with National Geographic Kids and discover ten terrific facts about the Tudors. Includes links to information Henry VIII's six wives and also about Henry VIII life in comic book form.

9-14 year olds
Animal Facts

A bright, informative site about the environment and nature especially written for young people. There are lots of animal and environment fact sheets.

7-16 year olds
The home of the Royal Family

This official site of the British Royal Family aims to provide an authoritative resource of information about the Monarchy and Royal Family, past and present.

Teachers, Pupils, Parents
11-18 year olds
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