To help you develop your Maths skills and understanding – why not check out some of these cool websites !!!!
Lots of fun …. and guaranteed to keep your Maths teacher off your back !!
INTERNET SAFETY … you must never give out personal information about yourself on the internet without an adult present (Article 19 – you have the right to be kept safe). Although we have provided a list of websites that we recommend, please be aware that Cwmrhydyceirw Primary School is not responsible for the content on these pages.
Sumdog– Don’t forget to use your own login and password to access activities that suit your maths ability and help you to improve your understanding. Ask your class teacher if you are unsure of what your username and password is.
TT Rockstars – Don’t forget to use your login and password to access the multiplication tables that suit your ability. Regular practice will help you learn your tables which will help you in numerous areas and concepts in Maths. Try to learn the division facts along with the multiplication, i.e. 7 x 3 = 21, 21 divided by 3 = 7. *Ask your class teacher if you are unsure of what your username and password is.
- By the end of Year 2 pupils should be confident with their x2, x5 and x10 tables
- By the end of Year 3 pupils should be confident with their x2, x3, x4, x5 and x10 and x11 tables.
- By the end of Year 4 pupils should be confident with their x2, x3, x3, x4, x5, x6, x8, x9, x10 and x11 tables.
- By the end of Year 5 pupils should be confident with all their tables.
- Year 6 pupils should aim to develop their rapid recall of the multiplication and division facts.
TopMarks Maths – A wide range of maths games suitable for all ages. Use the drop down menus to search the area you would like to work on and your age to pick a suitable level game. Then select from the choice of games, most games can be made easier or harder to challenge you!
Some other fun sites you may like …
Woodland Primary School –
BBC Maths Zone –
Topic Box Maths –
Crickweb Maths (Foundation Phase) –
Crickweb Maths (Juniors) –
Cool Maths 4 Kids –