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Super Maths World April 23, 2008

Posted by Gareth in : Maths/Numeracy , trackback

This is a really fun site which features a large selection of maths questions presented in a “video game” style. Many of the activities could be used with older Key Stage 2 students but teachers would have to direct them to the appropriate areas of the site (as some of the topics aren’t on the primary syllabus).


1. chelsea - April 23, 2008

hello im chelsea im a 10 year old pupil and i just like love this site.
last night i was on primary reasources and i clicked on 5 little speckled frogs it was so funny me and my mum was singing it whilst walking up too school so once again i just want to say this site is great

2. jackie - April 23, 2008

The music could drive you up the wall but the intro is great and the concept very ‘boy’ orientated. I loved it because I thought parts could challenge the more able-like all games ,it is limited but gd for practising without reams of paper and feed back is instant.

3. Katie - April 29, 2008

hey, im a uni student, and just used this website as a plenary to my lesson.
it worked really well and the children loved it.
it didnt really agree with the interactive whiteboard though – i had to control it via the pc

4. Anne Maree Jones - May 2, 2008

I am going to be soooooooooooooooooo popular with my grade 4& 5′ boys as well as the younger students. I now they will love this site. Looking forward to Monday.

5. Catherine - June 12, 2008

I have trialled many of the activities myself and will now be using them on a class of pupils who need practical practice and revision of their numeracy work. I feel this web site will assist me with that!

6. Lucy B - June 30, 2008

My Year 3 class LOVE this site and beg me to let them play it for mental maths! Great for girls vs boys showdowns as well as individual practice.

7. vix - July 2, 2008

fab site – can’t wait to try it out for fun mental maths wih my Y6 – thanx

8. hayley from bristol - December 9, 2008

I love this site I teach in an academy and i love using it with my pupils as a starter or plenary when they have the laptops. they love it. thank you for a fantastic resources!