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General links

Maths is fun is an excellent site. It has clear explanations, diagrams and videos about all aspects of maths. Just be careful: the work goes all the way to GCSE level!

nrich is a website containing many interesting maths investigations. Some of them are quite hard, but it is worth a look. There is a KS1 and KS2 section.

The BBC has a large maths section. There are videos on many topics. There is a KS1 and KS2 section. 

The old BBC education site still has some good resources, including SATs revision pages for Year 2 and Year 6.

Math Playground is an American site. There are some very good games and activities available. (1st Grade is roughly equivalent to Year 1, 2nd Grade is Year 2, etc...)

Topmarks is another site with a variety of games and resources.

Times Tables

Maths is fun has an excellent multiplication section, and the Trainer is a great way to learn the tables.

Teaching Tables has many games for one or two players.

Topmarks also contains many games for learning tables.


Time Games is a collection of links to various games.

Other maths

What should I learn?

In maths, there are some things that we need to be able to do quickly.

Number Facts: Can you answer addition or subtraction questions straight away? How would you work out 7 + 6? If you use your fingers, it might help you to learn the answers off-by-heart.

Times Tables: It is never too soon to learn your times tables. Learn them all the way to 12 x 12. If you really, really know your times tables, you will not need your fingers but could answer immediately, without thinking!

Telling the time: Make sure you know how to tell the time, using both analogue and digital time.

Here are some documents that might be useful.

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