Playful English and Maths Learning Games for 6-11 year olds!

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I am currently building the number one online resource for English and maths play based learning!  I am passionate about playful learning experiences and want to ensure that all children have access to fun and engaging lessons, no matter their age.  

My ready to use, and easy to set up, range of English and Maths printable games are available to download for all Playful Learning Games members.

Just because you get older, doesn’t mean you should stop playing!  My games are designed to be used by Key Stage Two children to keep learning fun and exciting!  

I have a range of English and maths game ideas and activities that you can set up easily using resources you have readily available.  

‘We don’t stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing.’

George Bernard Shaw

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Playful Uno Learning Games

We love Uno! It’s one of our favourite games to play and it’s also a great resource to have for some playful learning. For a while now, people have been asking me to share different ways that you can use Uno cards to support learning and I’ve finally got round to putting it all together […]

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Commas in KS2

This blog will cover: If you’d rather watch me explaining this than reading about it, then skip to the Youtube video here! Commas in Key Stage Two: There’s roughly about five different uses of commas that children from Key Stage two onwards will start learning about: Commas to separate items in a list: This for […]

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What is Place Value?

Understanding Place Value Place value is all about how much a digit is worth in a number. This value depends on where the digit is located within the number. Examples of Place Value For example, in the number 507, the digit 5 is worth 500 because it’s in the hundreds column. In the number 354, […]

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