Numeracy and Maths Teaching Resources
Below are free Maths and Numeracy teaching resources for teachers in UK schools to help you save time spent on lesson planning for Key Stages 1, 2, 3 and 4. Primary or secondary school Numeracy or Mathematics teachers may find these websites useful for developing their own lesson plans or for signposting their pupils to innovative online content.
Key Stage 1
Pupils can work on Number Sequences with Flash games counting in decimals, ones, tens or decimals.
Ideal as an interactive whiteboard resource is Number Bonds. A Welsh dragon guides kids through the games.
TES iBoard Numeracy allows children to practise their addition skills.
Key Stage 2
Past KS2 Maths SATs Tests are available from emaths, along with marking schemes.
The Carroll Diagrams site is ideal as an interactive whiteboard resource and allows practice for odds and evens, multiples and more.
TeacherLED is an interactive whiteboard resource developed largely for enhancing numeracy skills.
Key Stage 3
Maths is Fun is useful for children of all ages and covers a wide range of topics.
Pupils can play the Maths Net Countdown numbers game to practise problem solving.
A large collection of maths learning resources is NLVM - National Library of Virtual Manipulatives. An excellent interactive whiteboard tool, it include probability, algebra, geometry and much more.
The eChalk Algebra Moonlander game requires kids to land a spaceship to solve problems.
Key Stage 4
Kids can Create a Graph online to use in documents or as presentation tools.
An excellent tool for learning about Circles and geometry can be found at Skoool.co.uk
We hope you find these free teaching resources for Maths or Numeracy teachers to be very useful when lesson planning for Key Stage 1, 2, 3 or 4.