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Key Stage 3 Bitesize - Maths

Help is at hand for maths revision for Key Stage 3 Maths SATs. The site has resources for teachers too.

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11-14 year olds
3 Bears

Drag and drop sorting games. You need to sort the three bears clothing and food according to size.This site works well on an interactive whiteboard and provides an opportunity for learning maths vocabulary about size.

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3-5 year olds
A Walk Through Time - The Evolution of Time Measurement

This presentation traces the history of time keeping from the earliest clocks to present day. It explains ancient calendars and time zones.

Teachers, Pupils

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11-16 year olds
GCSE Bitesize Revision - Maths

Whether you are seeking information for homework or just wanting to brush up for the GCSE or Standard Grade exam, you will probably find what you are looking for to help you get the desired grade.

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14-16 year olds
Peep and the Big Wide World

The Peep and the Big Wide World Explorer's Guide offers three teaching units called Light and Colour, Sound, Animals and Plants, The Way Things Move, Shapes and Patterns and Numbers and Measuring.

Pupils, Parents

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5-7 year olds
Fractions of Amounts Bingo

A superb way for finding fractions of amounts including fractions of measures: cm, grams and ml. This teaching resource is ideal for mental maths sessions using an interactive whiteboard. It requires knowledge of tables. Ideal for SATs.

Teachers

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7-11 year olds
How Electricity Works

An animated guide to the science of electricity. It covers how it works, how it is measured, how it reaches our homes and green options.

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14-18 year olds
ITP Fixpoints - Using a Protractor

Create angles using a grid and then measure them using the protractor. Their values can be displayed or hidden. For reflex interior angles the value of the exterior angle is shown.

Teachers, Pupils

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9-11 year olds
Classifying Triangles by Angles and Sides

A video tutorial from PBS on how to classify triangles according to angle measurements and side lengths. It is likely to appeal to pupils because it is presented by a student.

Teachers, Pupils

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10-11 year olds
Chemistry Library

A self-guided course with videos from the Khan Academy. You can also get answers to your questions.

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16-18 year olds
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