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Welcome to Maths with a Mouse - a website where you are only one click of a mouse away from the fun and mathematical learning you need! Hope you enjoy the site and if you don't, it's because you're a stinky potato!

TdMBrie-Anna de Mouse, star of Maths with a Mouse

Before this super-duper whizzy website, it all began with a Youtube channel!

Mmm...what should you click first?

In Year 6 and preparing for Satsy McSatface (the lesser-known name of SATs)?

In Year 4 and working towards the Multiplication Tables Check (MTC)?

Looking to improve your mental maths skills (key instant recall facts - KIRFS)?

Trying to improve your knowledge of multiplication tables?

Aiming to understand calculation methods better including calculating with fractions?

Are you a teacher looking to save time but still eager to find the best ideas?

Looking for some of the most addictive and fun maths games?

Confused and looking for Maths with a Moose?

Advice for Mathematicians

Hey there, young mathematicians (and not-so-young mathematicians)! I'm Brie-Anna de Mouse, and I'm here to share with you some tips on how to be a successful mathematician.

Practise, practise, practise: Maths is like anything else in life - the more you do it, the better you get. So, make sure to practice your maths skills every day. Whether it's working through some problems or playing maths games, practice makes perfect.

Ask questions: If you're stuck on a problem, don't just sit there and stare at it. Ask for help! There's no shame in admitting that you need a little assistance. Sometimes, all it takes is a fresh perspective to see the solution.

Learn from your mistakes: Mistakes happen to everyone, and they're actually a good thing because they help you to learn. So, when you make a mistake, don't get discouraged. Instead, try to figure out what went wrong and how you can avoid making the same mistake in the future.

Break down problems: Maths problems can be like a big ol' burrito - overwhelming and hard to digest. So, break it down into smaller, more manageable pieces. This will make it easier to tackle, and you'll be able to see the solution more clearly.

Use different resources: There are many great activities and games, many of which I have added to this site for you. They will help you to gain a better understanding of the topics you are learning.

Keep it positive: Maths can be frustrating at times, but don't let it get you down. Stay positive, and keep a can-do attitude. Remember, every mistake is a chance to learn, and every problem is an opportunity to grow.

I hope these tips have inspired you to be the best mathematician you can be. Remember, maths can be fun and rewarding - you just have to approach it with the right attitude. Keep learning, keep practicing, and most importantly, have fun!

Enjoy Maths with a Mouse!

TdM, Brie-Anna de Mouse creator and star of Maths with a Mouse