Groovy Mathematics!

Whilst finalising my term planning recently, I came across a fantastic site created by Beenleigh State School that has cut down on my interactive, digital resource searching considerably – always a bonus!!  The site is called Groovy Mathematics.

Groovy mathematics is a collection of interactive, digital resources that  is separated into levels 1 – 4, and then by strands.  Remember to review the levels with the National Curriculum in mind – although the resources are still valuable, they may not necessarily be in the correct spot, with the correct strand title. For example, the National Curriculum has the following three strands:

  1. Number and Algebra
  2. Measurement and geography
  3. Statistics and probability

I have found some wonderful resources on the site to use during my lessons, and also sites to add to my virtual classroom for the students to follow-up on a concept we have covered in class.  The students have enjoyed having these quality sites to work on ….. and I have enjoyed having the extra time I have saved by using this site! 🙂  Thank you Beenleigh State School.

Although all of these resources are linked to from the Beenleigh State School site, it is important to note that the school does not host these resources. As with every resource on the internet, ‘viewing prior to using’ is always recommended.  😉


Posted on 24/02/11, in Mathematics. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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