## Maths Resources for Kids

## Maths and Business Games.

Thank you to friend and user of the Maths Shed, Liam Barnes for sending me the link to this great website. Thanks for sharing Liam I am sure it will be very useful to alot of people.

This site was brought to my attention by Chris from Colorado, he shared the link with his tutor who then emailed it to me. Thank you.

## ICT Magic - thousands of educational links.

## Inquiry Maths - The home page says it all - Take a look.

## Maths - Subtangent

Thanks to @bryngoodman for pointing me in the direction of this site. Although it looks very basic it has some very good resources. The 30 maths starters is definitely worth a look.

## Maths Apprentice.

A really nice site that puts maths into real life context. Children can explore the street looking at different jobs that use maths skills and take an apprenticeship to help solve problems and run the business.

## Sheppard Software : Maths Games

Some excellent flash games from this American website.

## Nrich Maths.

## Flash Maths.

Flash maths starters, activities and games.

## Magical Maths.

This terrific blog has been going for several years now so is a huge source for maths resources. The site is continually updated so it is a good idea to keep checking.

## Time Monsters.

Want to learn about time, this is a site my children love to use. It goes through step by step how to tell time, getting steadily trickier. Of course the various creatures that appear, add to the fun.

www.timemonsters.com

www.timemonsters.com

## The Magic Monkey.

This is a fantastic little maths brain teaser, that can be used in different ways throughout Keystage 1 and 2

Click the picture above to go to the website.

The Magic Monkey takes you through a series of maths problems before showing the symbol that matches your final number.

In year two we have used it to look at what a 2 digit number is, for addition problem solving and subtraction and for number recognition. It is amazing the ideas that the children have on how the Magic Monkey manages to get the symbol right each time. We have had to whisper, write down our numbers and even shout red herring numbers to try and trick our magic friend.

A colleague in Year 5 and 6 has used this as a challenge to his children, to try and work out how the Magic Monkey solves the problem each time.

Click the picture above to go to the website.

The Magic Monkey takes you through a series of maths problems before showing the symbol that matches your final number.

In year two we have used it to look at what a 2 digit number is, for addition problem solving and subtraction and for number recognition. It is amazing the ideas that the children have on how the Magic Monkey manages to get the symbol right each time. We have had to whisper, write down our numbers and even shout red herring numbers to try and trick our magic friend.

A colleague in Year 5 and 6 has used this as a challenge to his children, to try and work out how the Magic Monkey solves the problem each time.

## Great Maths Website.

I was browsing the web when I came across this little gem of a site. It has 100s of java applets for different areas of maths. Most are very simple but extremely clear and easy to use. You can visit the site by clicking the link below, or the picture above.

http://nlvm.usu.edu/en/nav/vlibrary.html

http://nlvm.usu.edu/en/nav/vlibrary.html