A 12 week maths summer term teaching and learning plan for home schooling Reception to Year 6
White Rose Mathematics have been working closely with BBC Bitesize Daily Maths team to make a clear learning plan for Summer term. The plan means that children will understand some of the main concepts that they will need for their work in the next year groups and the plans will also cover new learning that your child/children have not yet done in school.
My Maths - online homework
All children from Year 1 to Year 6 have been allocated a 'My Maths' password to access homework set by the class teacher. If you cannot find your child's password please contact school and leave a message on the answerphone. All homework that is completed can be viewed by the teacher.
Your child will have a log in for TT rockstars. Children are able to log on to this learning site and practise their timestables.
The National Centre for Excellence in the teaching of Maths
This website is providing support for parents and carers helping children with maths.
The following link has video lessons for primary age children https://www.ncetm.org.uk/resources/54454
The lessons include Key Stage 1 multiplication, Lower Key Stage 2 fractions and Upper Key Stage 2 fractions
Twinkl continues to be free. When you log in to Twinkl - in the search area put in your child's year group along with the word maths
(for example Year 4 maths) - this will provide you with a wealth of work. Do not worry if you don't have a printer. Your child can look at the questions on the screen and use paper to complete the answers.
The NRICH Maths Fair
The NRICH Maths Fair is a set of free, hands-on resources. They can be used in a variety of ways and settings, including at home with family members. The activities have been chosen to help develop problem solving skills, curiosity and creativity whilst engaging and enthusing children. Click on 7-11 NRICH Maths Fair Pack for Key Stage 2 ideas and click on 'NRICH hands-on resources for 5-7 year-olds' for Key Stage 1.
The Maths Factor
Developed by Carol Voderman, currently available for free for the duration of school closures.