Maths at home
Welcome to our Maths Page. It is in the initial stages and will be updated and improved. It is a place where you can find information and resources, as well as other websites to support your child at home with basic facts, number knowledge and strand concepts.
As well as developing strong home-school partnerships to support our students learning, we are also dedicated to providing support and practical strategies that support you as parents and whanau. As whānau, you play a big part in your child's learning every day.
You can support and build on what they learn at school through the conversations you have about their learning and showing them how you use maths in your everyday activities, like comparing the cost of products at the supermarket, timetables for the bus, movies, etc. Help your child(ren) to notice that maths is all around us and it is a big part of our world! By allowing for this discussion to take place your child(ren) will see that maths has great value.
The Maths NZ website provides a wealth of information for how you can help.
Click here for a link to NZ Maths website.
Students should practise their basic facts at home, to support what they are learning in class. Current research shows us that the students who achieve the most success in Maths are those who know basic facts automatically.
All of our Year 2-6 students currently have Math Whizz accounts. Your child can access their account at home to continue their learning. Maths-Whizz, the multi-award-winning online tutor from Whizz Education, is the perfect tool for supplementing your child's maths education at home. It's ideal for both helping them overcome their weaker topics while also building on their strengths - and all you need is a computer and an internet connection.
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|Prototec provides basic facts practice for students. It allows them to develop recall of facts that are relevant to their level of learning. This is based on their NZ Maths Stage. If your child is unsure which stage they are working at, please ask their teachers.|
Free, online math games reinforce addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and fractions. Math Playground games are free to play!
|At Timestables.co.nz you can easily practise all of your tables. The problems are clear and simple so you can immediately get started on practicing your tables. Select one of the times tables you wish to practise from the list and show what you can do on the speed test or printout great worksheets!|
The following sites will provide your child(ren) with additional Maths practise.
|Prodigy Maths is a free to use, curriculum-aligned, adaptive, online, role playing style video game. The children need to solve problems in order for their avatar to grow stronger and gain more power. As it is adaptive it will automatically change the level of activities in response to your child's needs.||Khan Academy is a great way for your child(ren) to revise the Maths concepts that they’re learning in school or to learn something completely new. It provides tutorial videos and as well as follow up activities that can support your child(ren)'s understanding.||Study Ladder is an online learning platform that covers a wide range of subjects including Mathematics, Literacy and Science. It allows students to practice skills and strategies across the curriculum and includes videos, interactive activities and learning games.|