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Here are some fantastic websites to visit to support learning at home. Enjoy using them and if you find a great site, please let us know so we can share it with others.

Mathematics

Multiplication Games:

Click on the images to try the games.

                           
      Cave Runner          Granny Prix            Pirates II            Marching Ants        Fairy Fun            Castle Quests

 For more multiplication games, click on the following link:   Multiplication

 Basic Facts:

                                              
Counting Caterpillar            Peacock Tail              Number Match              Spooky Sequences        Whack a Mole

For more Basic Facts games, click on the following link: Basic Facts

 For more general maths games, click on the following link: General Maths

 

Literacy

Click on the images to try these literacy activities. 
 
                                         
Sandcastle Spelling            Spelling match                 Robobee                     Word Bites            Navigate the Newspaper

To view more literacy activities, please click on the following links:  

Literacy Activities

Additional Literacy Activities


Science

 Click on the images to try these science activities.

                                              
 Skeleton and Bones           Magnets and Springs       Melting Points          How we see        Plants and Animals

 

To view more science activities, please click on the following link: Science Activities


 

All students have a Study Ladder account.  Please click on the following link to access:


Disclaimer: Please note that our website contains links to Third-Party sites. Whilst we make every effort to monitor the suitability of sites that are linked here, Roto-o-Rangi Primary School is not responsible for the content of these sites. Likewise, references and links to any such websites should not be taken as an endorsement by the school of opinions expressed or services provided at those sites, and adult supervision of students when browsing all external sites is strongly advised.