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kireb
2011-10-12 01:47:43

[site removed by moderator] is a great source of math worksheets. Also use youtube for instruction videos

bob bundy
2011-07-20 19:31:45

hi Brianguk

Did you get to the Maths Is Fun Forum first ?

.... Without discovering

http://www.mathsisfun.com/

Go there to 'DIY' on most topics and back to

http://www.mathisfunforum.com/viewforum.php?id=2

to ask a question or seek on-line help.

Looking forward to hearing more from you or directly from your son.

Oh yes, I recommend signing up as a member.

It's safe, free and, above all, very helpful!!

smile

Bob (retired UK teacher.  Well, it stops me getting bored!)

kireb
2011-07-20 14:53:34

Brianguk wrote:

Hi I have been looking for useful websites for my child to get upto speed on his 11+ maths.  Does anyone have any good points of reference?

There are loads of good websites, but I think you need to search per curriculum topic.
I would love to give you some suggestions, but am not allowed to give urls here.

bobbym
2011-06-24 22:08:22

Hi Brianguk;

Welcome to the forum.

Hmmm?! That is a tough one. He/she needs a place where they could post questions and get them answered. Is there such a place? You bet! Right here!

Brianguk
2011-06-24 21:58:37

Hi I have been looking for useful websites for my child to get upto speed on his 11+ maths.  Does anyone have any good points of reference?

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