If you have pupils that find it difficult to learn their tables, or that rely on using their calculator too much, then get them to play these games on the link below:

If you have pupils that find it difficult to learn their tables, or that rely on using their calculator too much, then get them to play these games on the link below:

The “Emaths” website by Mark McCourt has many resources for teachers and pupils, including a whole bunch of past SATs papers, together with their solutions, mental tests and grade boundaries.

Formulator Tarsia 2.0 is a fantastic piece of freeware that enables you to make games for lessons to be more enjoyable. You can make jigsaws (of all different sizes and shapes), dominoes and sorting cards. It has been made by Hermitech Laboratory and can be downloaded from their website by clicking the link.

Mark McCourt’s Emaths website provides a number of Tarsia resources for topics across the curriculum

Teachers have uploaded their Tarsia games on to the web. Find their pre-made games by clicking on the links below:

Number games

http://www.mathedup.co.uk/Key_stage_3_number.htm – KS3

http://www.mathedup.co.uk/Key_stage_4_number.htm – KS4

Algebra games

http://www.mathedup.co.uk/Key_stage_3_algebra.htm – KS3

http://www.mathedup.co.uk/Key_stage_4_Algebra.htm – KS4

Shape games

http://www.mathedup.co.uk/Key_stage_3_shape.htm – KS3

Data Handling games

http://www.mathedup.co.uk/Key_stage_3_data.htm – KS3

A level games

http://www.mathedup.co.uk/Key_stage_5_Core1.htm – Differentiation