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On the brilliant Diagnostic Questions site the White Rose Maths Hub team have written **quizzes to support the teaching of Year 3**.

**BBC Bitesize KS1 and KS2**- An excellent site is the
**Nrich site,**note the**problems**and**games and interactives**. **Reasoning and Problem Solving Questions**– White Rose Maths Hub**CIMT**(Centre for Innovation in Mathematics Teaching) Primary Resources**Woodlands Primary Resources**by Mandy Barrow**Maths Warriors****Mathsticks,**note the age related activities including**early years.****Primary Resources.co.uk**- Illuminations
**activities,**note you can search by age. **WolframAlpha**can be used by very young students, an excellent introduction to the type of queries useful to this age group is provided in WolframAlpha’s blog post ‘**10 Fun Questions Kids Can Try with WolframAlpha**‘ and see also**10 more fun questions kids can answer with WolframAlpha.****Activities from Ambleside Primary School**(page no longer maintained but still many good links).**Maths Champs**from Pearson- Many resources in the
**Investigations**series may be useful for younger students. **TES Resources**, you can search by age – see this**loop cards resources**for example.

Thank you for sending me here Colleen

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My pleasure – I hope the resources are useful – just adding more to the Investigations links – I think some of these will be useful for younger children as well.

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How, exactly, do you define “younger students”?

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I teach secondary students age 11-18 and most resources on this blog are aimed at that age range, the above sites are aimed more at primary students, age 5 to 11.

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Great list. BBC does a great job on all topics. Most of the others are new to me. Thanks!

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