Congratulations to Corbettmaths – 200 million views. 200 million views because it is so good; certainly a go-to site. As well as the brilliant 5-a-day resources the videos and worksheets are also excellent. Do check the ‘More’ menu also, where you will find additional resources including a very comprehensive set of videos and worksheets for level 2 Further Maths.
I do like the collection of Practice Papers, note the Revision resources, including A Bit of Everything Papers; the Foundation papers with 116 questions provide very comprehensive syllabus coverage! Each paper includes a contents list with the relevant teaching video.
You can also subscribe to Corbettmaths on YouTube.
Returning on 21st June is Calculator Crunch from MEI. To quote MEI:
On each weekday from 21 June – 1 July we will tweet an engaging question for children to work on – that’s nine questions in total. They all involve using a calculator (basic or scientific) to solve an interesting problem. The problems are designed to deepen children’s mathematical thinking skills in a fun way.
Simply follow @MEIMaths on Twitter and get involved by using the hashtag #CalculatorCrunch.
You can still access all the 2019 and 2020 Calculator Crunch questions.
Matt Woodfine continues to update the brilliant Maths White Board; I see new content added recently, Stem and leaf diagrams and Equation of a circle; I have linked to the recall boards in each case, one of my favourite features of the site is the extensive collection of retrieval practice boards.
Also now available is his Term Planner, you can watch the tutorial video to find out more. The planner will allow you to quickly access specific resources from the site.
New KS3 resources are available form Pearson Edexcel. Go to Pearson Edexcel’s Teaching and learning materials and look under key stage 3 support.