As you are probably aware, children in Year 4 must complete a times-tables check in the summer to ensure they know their times-tables up to 12. We are doing this every day in school, but if your children would like some extra practise at home I have attached some websites and resources that I would personally recommend. It would also be good for Year 3s to get a head start for next year.
Daily 10 is excellent for quick fire questions to improve your child’s mental maths, as well as cognitive processing. The levels are related to their year group, so level 3 would mean year 3 and level 4 for year 4, respectively.
Times-tables memory is good for improving your children’s short term memory with the times-tables. It is also a fun game! This should work on tablets/phones but if you have any issues please let me know.
Hit the Button:
This is a fun, reactive game to improve their cognitive processing and quick thinking skills relating to the times-tables. Again, this should work on tablets/phones.
If you struggle to access these and would like some paper resources, please let me know.
Miss. Parker 🙂