Numeracy Games

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Numeracy Games

Numeracy Games are fun activities that help students improve their numeracy and mathematics skills.


  • Woodlands Maths Zone from Woodlands Web This web site includes number skills, shape and space skills, data and probability, measure skills, maths investigations and math worksheets. Created by Mandy Barrow a retired teacher from Woodlands Junior School (primary) in Hunt Road Tonbridge Kent TN10 4BB England. Their students are aged between 7 and 11 years.
    Source: Barrow, Mandy. "Woodlands Maths Zone." Woodlands Web. 18 Mar 2008 <http://woodlands-junior.kent.sch.uk/maths/index.html>.

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