Welcome to my Maths Mastery site! This is a place for me to collect and curate links and resources to do with mathematics. If it helps anyone else, then I’ve more than done my job!
The resources are from all over the internet. Whenever I come across something I find useful, I will add it to the site. Where possible, original creators of resources have been credited.
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I am Thomas Pitts, a teacher in West Yorkshire, UK. I am a maths mastery specialist working part-time with the West Yorkshire Maths Hub. I spend four days a week working with Key Stage 2 classes at a school in Kirklees and one day a week alongside other teachers, helping them through their maths mastery journey.
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One of the things I always find difficult when teaching fractions is finding accurate ways to create the images I desire. I have found two sites which create the representations I want in my lessons. The first is part of a large suite of online materials. VisualFractions.com has a large range of tools linked to …
MathsBot is a recent discovery of mine which has a few great tools aimed at older maths learners – on loading, it displays resources for GCSE pupils, for example. However, it also has a section of online manipulatives which are great to use in the Primary classroom – particularly one which may be lacking somewhat …