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PostPosted: Mon Nov 30, 2009 3:52 pm 
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These are not DD's strong point, have any of you seen any online activities that even a little bit fun? She's sick of the work now but I just want to do a little with her tonight and tomorrow before we say enough is enough.

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It might be worth posting this on the Maths section of the forum too. You might get a greater response.


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Try this

http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/ks3bitesiz ... rcentages/

I know it says KS3 but I think it will be okay. My DS worked through some of the modules before the 11+. They are quick and interactive. You will see that there is revision and then a test. We found a couple of mistakes in some of the tests ( I can't remember which ones) so it might be worth you checking the test before your child does it .


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 30, 2009 4:46 pm 
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any good?
http://www.woodlands-junior.kent.sch.uk ... ercentages


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DS is struggling with percentages too. :(
I give up. :shock:


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Haze wrote:
DS is struggling with percentages too. :(
I give up. :shock:


That Woodlands link that somebody posted has some great stuff on there which DD says are helpful.

Good luck.


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It's only a few days until the exam so try and relax a little. All the hard work has been done and I'm sure they are both ready to get it done and dusted this weekend. :D


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mitasol wrote:
It's only a few days until the exam so try and relax a little. All the hard work has been done and I'm sure they are both ready to get it done and dusted this weekend. :D


That is pretty much what we have said, DD is doing no more preparation now. Her teacher has decided to do percentages this week at school so they can do that for her :)


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