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St Michael's CofE Primary School

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Maths Home Learning

At St Michael's we would like to encourage a love of learning of mathematics in the home environment and in the real world. We have subscribed to three online resources to support mathematics; MyMaths, Times Tables Rock Stars and Numbots. 

Maths School Subscriptions

MyMaths is an online homework package which can be accessed by a unique username and password.

It will be used in KS1 and KS2 to practise number targets and written methods of calculation. In addition to this, it encourages children to develop their reasoning and problem solving skills.

 Years 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 have all been given details on how to access this website. Tasks will be updated regularly to support classroom learning. 

MyMaths is an online homework package which can be accessed by a unique username and password.

It will be used in KS1 and KS2 to practise number targets and written methods of calculation. In addition to this, it encourages children to develop their reasoning and problem solving skills.

 Years 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 have all been given details on how to access this website. Tasks will be updated regularly to support classroom learning. 

 

 

We are using this engaging and exciting resource to support our Early Years and KS1 learners. This platform boosts addition and subtraction skills to improve quick recall and understanding of number bonds and facts. These are the core foundations of maths which will allow children to become confident mathematicians. 

This is a brand new online game developed by the creators of Times Tables Rock Stars. 

The children will bring home a username label so this can be accessed at home. Their username will be stuck into their reading records. 

It's important that children answer the questions for themselves when using Numbots. We encourage parents and siblings not to answer questions for the user. 

Using Numbots little and often will support progress. 5 minutes a day is ideal. 

Speed and accuracy are important when it comes to times tables. TTRS is an online resource to support children with their quick recall of times tables and related division facts. It is introduced in Year 2 and continues to the end of Year 6. 

Times tables support more challenging calculations such as fractions of amounts, percentages and factors. These are all important skills that children will carry with them throughout life. 

Children from Year 2 upwards will all have a unique username and password which will be sent home. 

 

It's important that children answer the questions for themselves when using TTRS. We encourage parents and siblings not to answer questions for the user. 

Using TTRS little and often will support progress. 5 minutes a day is ideal.