With the summer school holidays coming to a close. I am aware that it has been a long time since E has done any school work. It is easy for children to forget everything they have been taught over the last year. Because of this, is it sometimes important to have a quick recap over the work from the last year. Education Quizzes is a great website for practicing and learning.
After being told about Education Quizzes I was keen to get E to have a go at some of the quizzes. E loves learning for which we are lucky. She is a bright young girl who does well at school, however we know she struggles with her maths. So I thought I would let her have a go at some of the KS1 maths quizzes for pupils.
There are at least 100 different maths quizzes covering different topics. The quizzes are all multiple choice and relatively short (10 questions), which means learning can be done in little sessions and as each answer is marked instantly (and corrected if necessary), children come away with a score and the understanding of where they went wrong. E loved finding out how she had done on each quiz and strived to do better each time.
All the quizzes are written by teachers so the information and quizzes the children are taking are actuate. This is reassuring for a parent.
Education Quizzes is a fantastic website and I believe that children would benefit from using the website. There are Education Quizzes for KS1, KS2, 11-Plus, KS3 and GCSE for a variety of subjects. The range and level of the quizzes makes the website suitable for most ages.
A monthly subscription (which can be cancelled at any time) costs just £9.95 per month, which I think is brilliant value for money considering the resources available. Membership gives you one log in for the whole family to use and offers unlimited access to all the content on the site
Education Quizzes have also released a package for schools. With this Schools’ Subscription package, parents and teachers can work together. Students can access the quizzes in lessons and at home with their parents. The more students a school signs up with, the cheaper the subscription and it’s even possible for parents and teachers alike to benefit from this resource from as little as £2 a month per child.
Disclosure: This post is a collaborative post but as always all opinions are my own.