Home School MathThis easy to use page allows parents to produce their own column addition, subtraction, multiplication and division worksheets for children. The difficulty level can be manipulated to ensure progression. Excellent page! If anyone wants me to show them how to use it, just ask!
Coxhoe school.Links to a vast number of online interactive maths activities courtesy of Coxhoe school.
Who wants to be a MathonaireInspired by the tv show, this has 5 different difficulty levels to challenge any child up into secondary school.
BBC ScienceBBC science clips website. Plenty to do here, with online activities and then revision tests, applicable all the way up to year 6 SAT level.
Natural WorldFor those that are interested, a factual website dealing with the extinct Thylacine. The language may be quite scientific, but there are some lovely photographs to look at.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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