Copies of both of the alphabets can be found below and regular practice will enable your child to rehearse a range of basic mathematical skills such as number bonds, addition, subtraction and their times tables and related division facts to name but a few.My Maths Our school has acquired an online maths programme called My Maths that we would like to share with you.Putting them in the position of “teacher” is good for their confidence and gets them to talk about their thinking.
It has a wealth of fun mathematical activities to engage the children with maths, there are online lessons, games and online homework tasks.
All of the children from Year 1 to Year 6 have now been given a personal login number and password to access My Maths at home.
The online platform can be accessed using the following link: https:// Education City is a platform that offers students lessons both at home and at school.
If your child needs to practice a particular area, he or she can look it up in Education City.
We use this platform in our school for our Mathematics (Abacus) and English (Wordsmith) courses.
The online platform can be accessed using the following link: https:// My Maths is a platform that allows the teacher to send homework to students over the Internet.
However you can download a free app called Puffin to access it.
Pupils need to access My Maths from Google chrome and not safari.
If no lessons are appearing then you have a Pop-Up Blocker installed. You can see all your child's results by clicking My Results and track their results by Level by clicking My Levels.
There is a system of Traffic Lights for each of the Tasks to indicate how successful your child has been.