Great web resources for Maths tuition

October 7th, 2010 by Emily

When it comes to improving your Maths, there's no substitute for practise and hard work. It doesn't have to be a dull process though, thanks to the host of lively Maths resources that you'll find on the internet.

Happily, many of the Maths resources available are free and easily accessible. Here is our pick of the Maths bunch:

Woodlands Junior School Maths Zone is a lively site courtesy of Woodlands Junior School in Kent. They've generously shared some of their favourite Maths exercises and games in a format that's simple to understand.

Maths Zone does what it says on the tin. It's a hub of Maths activity and resources for pupils up to and including Key Stage 4. This is a great site for Maths teachers and students alike.

The NRICH Maths Project is a joint project between the Faculties of Mathematics and Education at The University of Cambridge and aims to make Maths engaging and relevant across the primary and secondary national curricula. There is lots of great stuff here for teachers and pupils.

Why not supplement your own web-based work with some help from a First Tutors Maths tutor? Search our database for a Maths tutor in your region.

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