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Old 15-09-10, 23:17
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Default The Primary Mathematics Challenge 2010

Just got an email about this years maths challenge it said to post the following details on Home Ed sites!

"The Primary Mathematics Challenge is a national competition consisting of a test with interesting, mathematical problems (mostly multiple choice) aimed at the top 60% of 9-11 year olds, although anyone aged 11 or under on 31 August 2012 can enter. I'd say it is suitable for children who enjoy maths and problem-solving and get bored being tested on whether they can "do" the basics. There is more information and past papers on the Mathematical Association' s
website: www.m-a.org. uk. Every child taking part will get a certificate, and Gold, Silver and Bronze certificates will be awarded to those who do particularly well.

Home-educators cannot enter children directly through the Mathematical
Association so if you would like to enter a home educated child, please join www.groups.yahoo. com/groups/ PMC-Home- Ed where there is information about how to enter.

Last year, 41 home-educated children aged 7-11 took part, 9 of whom reached the national Finals. It would be great to see even more entries this year!"
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I am on level 11 and trying not to let my daughter see what I am playing or she will go on the site and beat my score
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Loads of interesting links on this site, I'm having fun looking through them to see what turns up. One link sent me here http://britton.disted.camosun.bc.ca/jbsymteslk.htm

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http://www.bbc.co.uk/tv/features/code/game/froghopper/

I've had fun with the games here
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http://www.mathswarriors.co.uk/inv.html

Got a postcard from these people today and thought it might be of interest to some...
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We've just discovered this site and it's proving popular with both of mine:

http://www.mangahigh.com


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Great site for childrens maths here http://www.mathletics.co.uk/
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Default Mathletics Offer

We have recently purchased a years subscription to the following link for maths for our daughter, I thought we would pass on the code incase any others may be interested.

www.mathletics.co.uk

This was the reply we got, as we had asked for a discount as we Home Educated.

As a home Educator I am pleased to offer you our special discounted cost of £25 per child for a 12 month Mathletics licence (nearly 40% discount off the normal cost of £39) or £37.50 per child for a 12 month Mathletics and Spellodrome licence. The annual subscription includes total accessibility 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, Free Parent Centre, Free technical support, Free continued upgrades and a regular Mathletics newsletter. Just in case you are not completely satisfied we offer a 10 day money back guarantee.

The current promotional code is SUM2012 – simply visit www.mathletics.co.uk and click the ‘Home Purchase’ tab. You will need to enter the promotional code in the promotion code box in the Shopping cart and click ‘Accept’, the discounted deal will appear simply click ‘Order’ to confirm your purchase..
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My son found these and suggested I start with "Doodling in Math Class: Connecting Dots".
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