jump to navigation

Pop Video Maths Questions March 31, 2010

Posted by Gareth in : Maths/Numeracy , add a comment

http://www.mattgillbe.co.uk/CMQN_maths_questions.html
A selection of the excellent musical maths questions from the Chris Moyles’ Quiz Night TV show are currently available to watch on this website. They make great numeracy lesson starters. You will need the free QuickTime plug-in to view the videos. (Thanks to Mark Cornell for sending in the link)

Doorway Online February 8, 2010

Posted by Gareth in : English/Literacy, Maths/Numeracy , add a comment

http://www.doorwayonline.org.uk/
Doorway Online is a suite of free learning activities provided by the Scottish Borders Council. Designed for independent use, each exercise has range of accessibility and difficulty options. Topics covered  include time, money, counting to 10, first words and first sounds.

Time Monsters January 14, 2010

Posted by Gareth in : Maths/Numeracy , add a comment

http://www.timemonsters.com/
Marc Gunderson has created this fun set of interactive, animated lessons designed to help teach students how to tell the time. In addition to the presentations there are also a selection of quizzes and tests.

NMOLP WebQuests September 17, 2009

Posted by Gareth in : Art & Design, History, Maths/Numeracy, Religious Education, Various Subjects , add a comment

http://www.aitchisonmedia.net/NMOLP/webquests.htm
Nine different British museums and galleries have collaborated on these webquests which cover subjects including How do we Remember? (KS1), Number Rhymes (KS1), Hide and Seek (KS1), Toys from the Past (KS1), The Children’s War (KS2), Chinese New Year (KS2), The Radiant Buddha (KS2), Henry VIII’s Next Wife (KS2) and Exploring Light (KS2). All the WebQuests incorporate resources from at least three museums/galleries.

Fun to Save September 15, 2009

Posted by Gareth in : Maths/Numeracy, P.S.H.E. , add a comment

http://www.funtosave.org/
Fun to Save teaches children aged 5 – 7 years the core principles of money and the benefits of saving. Each activity on the site is accompanied by teaching notes which includes teaching tips, printable resources, teaching tips, key questions and group activity suggestions.

Sheppard Software Maths September 4, 2008

Posted by Gareth in : Maths/Numeracy , add a comment

http://www.sheppardsoftware.com/math.htm
There are some really fun and interesting Flash powered maths games on this US site. Unfortunately, a lot of advertising make it unsuitable for independent use. The site is probably best used for whole class or supervised group work.

Super Maths World April 23, 2008

Posted by Gareth in : Maths/Numeracy , 8comments

http://www.supermathsworld.com/
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).

Questionaut April 1, 2008

Posted by Gareth in : English/Literacy, Maths/Numeracy, Science , add a comment

http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/ks2bitesize/games/questionaut/
Questionaut is a new game (on the BBC website) that helps KS2 pupils revise areas of English, Maths and Science. Click the link above for a magical journey where students need to click and explore each wonderfully illustrated level to trigger each set of questions.

(Source: BBC Schools Newsletter)

TeacherLED February 11, 2008

Posted by Gareth in : Maths/Numeracy , 1 comment so far

http://www.teacherled.com/
This site, by teacher Spencer Riley, contains a great collection of interactive whiteboard teaching tools. These super activities are perfect for whole class teaching. There’s currently material on symmetry, probability, graphs, fractions and several other maths topics.

Spencer hopes to regularly add to the collection of resources on the site so go and visit it now and let him know that his hard work is appreciated.

Polyhedra January 14, 2008

Posted by Gareth in : Maths/Numeracy , add a comment

http://www.korthalsaltes.com/
If you’re looking for printable nets of polyhedra then check out this website.  It’s got all the standard 3D shapes like cubes, prisms and pyramids as well as more complicated constructions like rhombicosidodecahedrons and octahemioctahedrons.