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Home Learning Advice

Additional home learning resources

 

During these strange times, the Department of Education has brought together a list of online resources for mathematics, which can be completed at home. These are currently all being offered for free. These might be useful to support your child's education, alongside the home learning work set by the class teacher. 

 

  • Hamilton Trust - this contains downloadable resource packs with teacher guidance (KS1 and 2);
  • Mathematics Mastery - this contains downloadable resource packs with guidance for parents and children (EYFS, KS1 and KS2);
  • Numberblocks - this contains videos for numeracy development. There are fun activities that can be applied to everyday play (EYFS and KS1);
  • NRich - this website has a range of different activities, with some being interactive and some to be completed offline (EYFS, KS1 and KS2); 
  • ISeeMaths - this contains videos, resources and guidance to daily maths home lessons. Under the tab 'Home Learning', you can find tasks specific to year groups with the opportunity to take part in online parent sessions (just KS2);
  • The Maths Factor - Daily sessions on this website include a video presented by Carol Vorderman, maths game, online and offline resources and guidance for parents. You do need to sign up, but it is currently free to subscribe to (KS1 and KS2);
  • Bed Time Math - there are many activities to enjoy at home, alongside some fun videos (EYFS, KS1 and KS2);
  • Colouring Squared - there are a wide range of colouring by numbers sheets in the form of different famous characters (KS2 only);
  • Maths No Problem - videos specifically designed for parents to support the teaching of concepts rather than procedures (EYFS, KS1 and KS2);
  • Maths Visuals - flashcards with a problem on the front and a similar problem on the back to encourage relational thinking (EYFS, KS1 and KS2);
  • Matr - 25 fun maths activities and games for kids to do at home for free (KS2 only).     
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