We have compiled a list of the best math educational websites that are directly applicable to the national curriculum. Despite the fact that math is considered as a universal language, most students struggle to grasp all of the details that come with it.

Our list of the top six math websites for home learning features a variety of fun and engaging ways to boost your child’s confidence and fluency in maths by making calculations in different scenarios.

Websites to Help You Learn Math Concepts

Oxford Owl

Suitable for primary students.

Oxford Owl is an award-winning website from Oxford University Press, created to support children’s learning both at home and at school. You’ll find plenty of fun and engaging activity sheets, games and videos all applicable to the primary curriculum in England. The website is easy to use as it’s split into each year group, offering parents further information on what your child should be focusing on and how you can support them at home.

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White Rose Maths

Suitable for reception – post 16.

White Rose Maths is run by a group of teachers and mathematicians who are dedicated to developing maths education for everyone, providing quality free and premium resources. The team have prepared a series of five maths lessons for year groups 1-8 on their ‘Home Learning’ page. Every lesson comes with a short video to clearly demonstrate how to complete each activity successfully. In addition, you can speak to the team over on their social media channels to share any questions and answers.

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BBC Bitesize

Suitable for KS1 to GCSE

BBC Bitesize is one of the most popular websites for the UK education syllabus, from KS1 right the way through to GCSE level. It’s so simple to use, for each topic there is a revision section and a follow-up test. The language is clear and concise, and the activities are designed so that they can be done in short bursts to avoid leaving a child feeling overwhelmed.

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Khan Academy

Suitable for KS2 to A-Level

The Khan Academy is a well-known American online tutorial site where students can practice at their own pace. Lessons are designed by passionate experts for students and teachers all over the world. The clear and easy to use website allows you to to select different age levels and topic sections in many subjects, which then go into videos and notes.

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Suitable for primary to early secondary

This site is filled with plenty of fun games for your child, including addition and subtraction, algebra, arithmetic and fractions to name just a few. It’s the perfect way for a child to apply their knowledge and what they’re learning at school to a relevant scenario. There is also an option to play multi-player by setting up private games with a login so that students can play in a controlled environment with friends and classmates.

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Suitable for primary, secondary and post-16

MyMaths provides complete curriculum coverage from Key Stage 1 to A-Level, offering interactive lessons, “booster packs” for revision, and assignable homework and worksheets, along with a wealth of resources to develop a child’s confidence and fluency in maths. In addition, the site has plenty of games for your child to put what they’ve learnt to practice in a fun and interactive way.

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