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BBC SkillsWise Maths

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Created on 20 June 2006 by ncetm_administrator
Updated on 03 September 2007 by ncetm_administrator

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http://www.bbc.co.uk/skillswise/numbers/wholenumbe rs/

A collection of activities including fact sheets, games and quizzes to support the adult numeracy curriculum. Topics are also related to the national curriculum. The links to current TV programmes are a bit forced. This is a popular site. It would be good to have feedback on how this is used by teachers.

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04 July 2007 09:54
We have used these this year with our Adult Numeracy groups, they like the small step approach and the interactive quizzes.
We also use the count on site too for on line resources.

Jacksond, NCN
By jacksond
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26 February 2007 16:52
I use this when I can with all my classes in FE. The facts and worksheets are mostly fine, some are good, but the main appeal for me are the interactive qualities of the quizes and games / activities.
Fractions Pizza and Angle Kung-Fu are two of my favorites
If you can get your clas on-line in pairs it is great.
By daveph
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29 June 2006 16:28
We have used some of the sheets from this site to support intermediate GCSE student in schools as each one is highly focussed on a particular topic. For instance, one of the 2-D shape sheets simply asks you to tick the regular shapes. The sheets do use rather a lot of paper as there is often not too much on one sheet, but they are great for students who need to progress in small steps.
By JosephMakin
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