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Greenleaf Primary School

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Maths

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The Number Gym provides a stimulating set of teaching tools, games and challenges across Key Stages 1 and 2. The Number Gym also encourages creative investigations in maths with its open-ended activities.
This site brings together a range of free resources discovered on the Internet, which can be used for teaching Maths in Primary Schools in the UK.
Sample maths games for evaluation.
Destroy the enemy fleet in this strategy game.
This site provides educational ICT activites linked to the English National Curriculum.
Math Playground is an action-packed site for elementary and middle school students. Practice your math skills, play a logic game and have some fun!
Solve the mistake at the apple farm, try the Tower of Hanoi, think clearly about the Average Arms Problem, and find out if you are clever enough for Einstein's Who Owns The Fish? or the Who owns the crocodile puzzles ...
Play to learn!
This is a subscription site, but there are free games if you click on 'Games' on the banner near the top of the page.
An animated, interactive, maths glossary with over 600 definitions.
Maths, money, measurement, formulas and more.
AAA Math features a comprehensive set of interactive arithmetic lessons. A wide range of lessons (Kindergarten to Eighth grade) enables learning or review at each individual's current level.
An amusement park of maths, specially designed for fun.