Tag Archives: maths

Year 4 Resource Ideas

I have written a few detailed posts about what I am planning on using with my daughter as she starts year 7 but I have not really mentioned anything about my son who is starting year 4, I think that … Continue reading

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Creating four Quadrant Coordinate Pictures

I was recently searching for some new coordinate pictures to use with the kids and although I could find a number with just one quadrant I could not find that many using all four quadrants so I decided to have … Continue reading

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Times Tables workbooks

I was recently asked if there was a times table workbook that I recommend. And for me that is a slightly tricky answer because I have discovered what worked with my oldest has not suited my youngest. Plus we tend … Continue reading

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Understanding Maths Series. Fraction Workbook

I have already written a few posts about the Understanding maths series by Schofield & Sims. It is a set of workbooks that I started using with my oldest just over a year ago and am now using the whole … Continue reading

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Mental Maths Gym pages from Activity Village

I always say I am a big believer in maths practice.  But I also like finding different ways for the kids to do the practice so it does not become predictable.  This past week we started using the Mental Maths … Continue reading

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Schofield & Sims Geometry workbook

Those of you who follow our facebook page know we have been doing a number of Geometry activities lately.  We have been exploring Geometry doing some more laid back activities, but my daughter was keen to get a workbook so … Continue reading

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Even Steven’s Odd! Fun Dice Game

It is no secret that I love using maths games with my two kids.  I think they make maths more alive and the kids always end up practicing more maths if it is in a game format.  It is one … Continue reading

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