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Prodigy Maths Gaming Platform

Prodigy is a free maths gaming site designed to develop children’s maths skills through games. It is totally free to schools and children; they make their money from parental contributions in the form of extras, extra games, extra avatar goods etc. – see the...

Random.org

Random.org is an interesting website to visit and it may prove useful in several different ways in the classroom. I looked at the Playing Card Shuffler and could easily see uses for this in mental maths games done on the whiteboard. Tell it to leave out jacks queens...

Using MinecraftEdu for STEM Teaching

Using MinecraftEdu may sound rather too much of a leap of the imagination for teachers trying to develop children’s STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) skills but the educational team at Microsoft have developed a set of lessons for the new Aquatic...

Stem Resources

Stem Resources are to be found everywhere but STEM Learning has gathered many lessons and activity ideas together in one place that will be useful to schools trying to incorporate the STEM subjects into their curriculum. The website is split into sections based on...

Number Pieces

Number Pieces, developed by the Math Learning Centre, is for both web use and iPads. There are two apps: Basic, the easier version for younger children – this puts great emphasis on place value, counting, addition and subtraction and an Advanced Version with...