My 3 kids were fighting to get on the computer last night to do Maths. I think its brilliant - they even missed X-factor to do Maths!
Select maths skill and practice until mastered
Master a skill by getting to a score of 100 and win a star
Use focused learning for those areas that need more attention
*New* Maths Help Videos
Problem Solving organised by topics
Enhance student logic and reasoning skills
Promote interaction and decision making
Earn badges and have fun
Who said maths can't be fun
Motivates children to engage with maths
Help your child to become a black belt in maths
Areas of weakness become areas of learning focus
Areas of strength mean your child or pupil can excel onwards
Receive notifications of performance directly by email
Create awards for your children or pupils
Personalise and make available to one or many
Incentivise and motivate good performance
100's of 1000's maths questions
Concepts and questions designed by teachers
Fully aligned to the English, Welsh, Scottish and NI primary school curriculum
Each year divided into skills that are linked to Strand & Strand Units
Multiple concepts for each skill giving question variation
4to12maths for Parents
What will happen if your children use 4to12maths?
Their maths and self-confidence will improve.
Why is this important?
How often do you hear about the knowledge economy and that this is where the jobs are now
and are going to be in the future.
Our primary school children are this future. Maths, as the language of logic, is the gateway to their future job prospects in the knowledge economy.
4to12maths for Teachers & Schools
Use 4to12maths to help you to improve the maths standards of our primary school children.
How will this happen?
Practice of maths skills will re-enforce your classroom teaching.
Awards and competitions will motivate and encourage your pupils to want to 'do maths'.
Reports will allow you to further analyse how students are really doing.
In built methodologies mean pupils with difficulties in certain maths skills will be asked only the appropriate questions.