We have recently added over 100 new pieces of content to Primary MyiMaths, including a range of activities, games and tools. Schools can access all of this content on any of the different curriculum views on the site.
We know that many children enjoy playing MyiMaths games, so we are delighted to share the following new ‘colour by numbers’ games. These focus on core addition and subtraction.
In Colour by numbers: adding within 10 and Colour by numbers: subtracting within 10, children practise working out or recalling addition and subtraction facts within 10.
In Colour by numbers: adding within 100 and Colour by numbers: subtracting within 100, children practise working out calculations within 100 using a range of strategies.
The games feature fun new designs to encourage children to play them again and again, developing their fluency and consolidating these important skills.
If your children need more granular practice, try one of our new activities including:
- adding and/or subtracting within 10
- adding and/or subtracting across 10
- adding three one-digit numbers
- adding and subtracting with a 2-digit number and ones or tens
- adding two 2-digit numbers with and/or without an exchange
- subtracting a 2-digit number from a 2-digit number with and/or without an exchange
- adding and subtracting with a 3-digit number and ones, tens and/or hundreds
- adding and subtracting with a 4-digit number and ones, tens, hundreds and/or thousands
- finding missing numbers in calculations by partitioning 2-digit, 3-digit or 4-digit numbers in different ways
- Counting to 10 and 100 and in steps
- Using place value in whole numbers
- Rounding whole numbers and decimals
- Odd, even and prime numbers
- Addition facts
- Multiplying and dividing by 10, 100 and 1000
- Nets of a cube
- Translating and reflecting shapes
- Mean, median, mode and range
Find them in the Activities section, which you can access from the left-hand menu before you log into the Teacher Dashboard.
We have also added a new tool that allows you to create a whole range of different 3D shapes by using unit cubes on isometric paper.
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