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TT RockStars updated!

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TT RockStars has been updated to allow you to choose to play timed or untimed - I know many children felt they were too rushed by the timer. You can also select which timesables you are tested on and whether or not to be challenged with the division questions too. Watch this video to find out how to access these new features.
Click on the image to find lots of games which help you to practise telling the time. Most of these games have different levels, so start easy and work your way up to the harder challenges. You'll find analogue and digital games here, including 24 hour time. smiley
Click to follow the link to the games we use in school to practise our times tables.
There are lots of maths games and activities on Purple Mash. We will set 2dos on here from time to time as well. 

If you're finding it tricky to fit in lessons due to work commitments or concentration levels, then Corbett Maths Primary 5-a-day is a great resource as it is just 5 quick questions from all areas of the maths curriculum. This website doesn't teach the maths element but rather gives you a chance to waken your brain with a variety of questions that you should be able to solve in 5-10 minutes. You don't need to print out each page, just solve directly onto paper. This could be completed before you try out the day's lesson, or used in place of it on a busier day. Whatever you choose, it's good to keep up your maths' skills. For Y3 children we would recommend the Bronze level of challenges but, if you're finding it too easy, feel free to try the Silver level.

 

Click below to download the daily challenges for this month (and the answers!)

This interactive hundred square can be used to count on on back with addition or subtraction. We have learned to count forwards in ones or count down in tens. It can also be used to find multiples when working on our times tables. Just click on 'Play Game' to open it up and then choose the size grid you would like (we usually use 1-100 in Y3)
There are also daily lessons on BBC Bitesize. The lessons on this site will include videos, interactive tasks, downloadable worksheets and games. 
On White Rose Maths you will find lots of lessons with videos that can be accessed at home. Unfortunately our measures topic is not their current one for Y3 so the videos are not live yet. 
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