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lizziemun Mon 03-Aug-09 09:35:45

Can anyone help if anyone know any good websites for math's (numbers bombs/bonds) and ABC/Phonics as dd1 5.5yrs has asked if I can find her some to 'play' on as she wants to do some school work.

She is not home schooled but loves school and is missing doing her work.

I think any home schoolers will know without maknig it into an arguement as to whether she should be having fun.

Many thanks.

robberbutton Mon 03-Aug-09 13:13:40

I think is good for ABCs.

The BBC should have some good games as well.

And this one for maths -

lilyfire Mon 03-Aug-09 13:36:59

There are so many resources out there. My son who's 5.10 likes BBC Bitesize which has literacy and numeracy. He likes Education City - you can get a free trial I think. Tutpup is good if your daughter's competitive. Funbrain maths. Woodlands Junior School site is good for lots of stuff. You can put in number bonds on Google and it comes up with some useful sites.

piscesmoon Mon 03-Aug-09 13:47:59

ICT games here is a great site for that age.

piscesmoon Mon 03-Aug-09 13:51:27

Lots of games and things on primary resources and Topic Box

lizziemun Mon 03-Aug-09 15:17:40


I have a good look tonight after she in bed.

ommmward Mon 03-Aug-09 23:05:44

Maybe the numberjacks bit of CBeebies?

And just exploring around places like and - there's some great stuff on those sites.

poissonrouge is a lovely place to explore, but less explicitly educational

chatterbocs Thu 06-Aug-09 19:49:42

You need to pay £7.50 for a years subscription for this one but there's all kinds to download.

chatterbocs Thu 06-Aug-09 19:52:35

Oh & this one

chablis Thu 06-Aug-09 19:59:24

Timez Attack is good!

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