Numbershark develops numeracy skills and gives meaning to numbers. Most importantly, it makes maths accessible and fun for all students.
Over 50 highly visual games, covering 500 topics, present number concepts and operations in variety of ways so that every student can understand.
Numbershark is used mostly in primary schools and early-on in secondary schools, but the range of games, concepts and topics, and the quirky graphics make the program work for any age group.
Numbershark’s games and topics are particularly good for students with dyscalculia or for those with gaps in their understanding. The program adapts to their needs and builds their confidence.
As well as addition, subtraction, multiplication and division, topics include negative numbers, common percentages, simple fractions and decimals. Numbershark also develops maths vocabulary and has more than 2,000 worded problems.
Over 50 games give meaning to numbers and number operations, teaching concepts and providing practice. A ‘recommended’ games tab helps you choose the best games for your topic.
A range of different visual formats helps students make sense of numerical concepts, each finding something that’s meaningful for them.
Students can work independently, on specific areas that need consolidation – removing the pressure that comes with classwork and helping to narrow the attainment gap. The program keeps a record of their progress.
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