Home Page

Maths

Maths

 

White Rose Maths - Fabulous resource with lessons with Resources to practice at home. 5 lessons a week - Click Here 

 

BRAND NEW MATHS ONLINE LESSON RESOURCE - Click Here 

There are lessons 5 lessons on Shape for this week. 

 

 

Top Marks - Click here 

This website provides a range of interactive maths games categorised by age group.

 

 

Mathematics Mastery Click Here 

Downloadable guidance and resource packs for parents and pupils. 

 

 

My Maths

Practice your fractions, time, multiplication, addition, division, subtraction, time, measurement and shape at MyMaths

 

Time Tables

Need to practice your timetables?  Sing along and learn your time 2, 3, 5 and 10 tables by heart at the Coley Website.

 Don't stop there and start learning your 4 and 6 time tables. 

 

Fraction Fun

 

Make a cake with your grown up or use are pizza to practice cutting it into different fractions.  Is 1/2 the same as 2/4?  Can you prove it by cutting the pizza or cake in different ways?  

 

Make an cut fractions with paper plates.  Compare equivalent fractions and find fractions of a number or items. 

 

Fractions of a number using items to share and your Fraction Plates.  Don't forget your Bar modelling to help you work out answers too!

Choose a number up to 60.  Then get some items (such as toys or pebbles, coins, counters or any other items.  Share the items into halves, quarters or thirds.  Remember that you can use your bar modelling and place value strategies to find the half, quarter or third of a bigger number.  

     

 

You can use the template on the write on your yellow book to show, draw, explain and prove different fractions such as 1/2, 1/4, 2/4, 3/4, 1/3 or 2/3 of a number.  Use items and bar modelling to help you work out the answer. 

 

 

 

 

Shapes

 

Go for a 2D and 3D shape hunt round your home.  Use some of the templates in your pack to help you record your findings.  How many circles, squares, rectangles, triangles, octagons, pentagons, hexagons can you find?  can you identify their properties?  Which is the most popular 2D shape?  Why do you think that is? 

 

Can you make some 3D shapes with some cocktail sticks and small sweets?  Can you count the vertices, sides and faces? 

 

You can compare your shapes as well by number of vertices, sides or faces?  Where in your house or outside can you spot these shapes? Which is the most popular? Why do you think that is?  

3D shapes - ask a grown up to help you find shapes in their cupboards.  What kinds of shaped containers do your parents have?  Do they have spheres, cubes, cuboids, squared based pyramids, triangular prism, cylinders and tetrahedrons?  Can you make a chart with their properties? 

Further Links and Websites: 

Maths Games

Choose a maths game to play each day.

Have a go at inventing your own maths game.

Link to a blog on maths games:

https://matr.org/blog/fun-maths-games-activities-for-kids/

 

Place value

Play the ‘Guess my Number’ place value game. Make 2 sets of 2-digit

Link to ‘Guess my Number’ video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wzvQ5R-A0Bk&list=PLWIJ2KbiNEyoBDc5yLJ4PaiaY3o5E5xCB&index

 

Column addition of 2-digit numbers

Make your own tens and ones using straws, tooth pics, pencils (or anything else you can think of which you can make into bundles of ten).

 

Use them to have a go at adding 2 2-digit numbers and to understand what happens when your 2 digits add to 10 or more.

Link to column addition of 2-digit numbers video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hHM25Nx4vhg&list=PLWIJ2KbiNEyq1iZ36fRe-xTJ4NNZsmYz9&index

 

Time (o’clock, half past, quarter past and quarter to)

Why don’t you make your own clock and have a go at telling the time to o’clock and half past using just the hour hand. Once you are confident with that, have a go at telling the time to quarter past and quarter to.

Once you have tried it using just the hour hand, bring in the minute hand too.

Link to video on time (o’clock and half past):

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V32tRiEQ2AA&t

Link to video on quarter past and quarter to:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=86RbCwhdJSs&t

 

Money

Ask your parents for some money. Can you identify all the coins?

Can you make 50p? Can you find a different way to make 50p, using different coins? Try this for different amounts.  

 

10 more and 10 less

Make your own tens and ones using straws, tooth pics, pencils (or anything else you can think of which you can make into bundles of ten).

Make your own tens and ones baseboard and practise adding and subtracting 10 from your number.

Link to video on adding 10:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gqUtj9rkYCU&list=UUob4tkfOSXy6yav9Y54SKIQ&index

Link to video on subtracting 10:

https://www.youtube.com/watchv=ZWhOUv5mC9s&list=UUob4tkfOSXy6yav9Y54SKIQ&index

 

Column subtraction of 2-digit number

Make your own tens and ones using straws, tooth pics, pencils (or anything else you can think of which you can make into bundles of ten).

Use them to have a go at subtracting 2 2-digit numbers and to understand what happens when your 2 digits add to 10 or more.

Link to column subtraction of 2-digit numbers video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pADFYrGdyYE&list=PLWIJ2KbiNEyq1iZ36fRe-xTJ4NNZsmYz9&index

 

Division as grouping and sharing

Find things around the house you can use to practise division as sharing and division of grouping. You could use raisins, grapes, lego bricks etc…

Link to video on division as grouping and sharing:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bdglIPNNhuI

Addition

Practise adding numbers together by playing games with dice. Have a go at playing ‘Pig’ and ‘Skunk’ and then try and think of your own game

Link to dice game ‘Pig’:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=foj6ujoT_HU&list=PLWIJ2KbiNEyoBDc5yLJ4PaiaY3o5E5xCB&index

Link to dice game ‘Skunk’:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-SWReEQOVr4&list=PLWIJ2KbiNEyoBDc5yLJ4PaiaY3o5E5xCB&index

At Home Activities for Children

 

The simple balance

Activities for kids at home

 

Activities to do at Home 

 

Twinkl also have some great free resources and home learning packs for parents 

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resources/parents/free-resources-parents/free-resources-for-parents-free-resources-parents