Your child has access to both Mathletics and Times Table Rock Stars but here are some other websites to support their mathematical learning:  Free maths games for KS2    Maths games for 3-11 year olds  Oxford Owl games are for children aged 3-5, 5-7 and 7-9 years old.  There are printable worksheets to reinforce the skills practised in the games.  This is more of an interactive learning experience than a set of maths games.  Children click on a skill they would like to learn which takes them to a learning page.  There they find a video teaching them the skill beneath which are step-by-step written instructions.  Each written instruction is accompanied by an interactive activity so children can practise what they have learnt at each stage. If children are having difficulty mastering a particular mathematical concept at school then this is a particularly useful website to explore.  Nrich is a Cambridge University initiative which aims to develop both children’s mathematical thinking and their problem-solving skills.  links to all the key skills for every year group as well as lots of games.


100 square. Useful for recognition of numbers to 100 in a fun interactive way.


Useful website for information on Phonics and free activities.