NUMBERSHARK

NUMBERSHARK

Numbershark is a computer program that uses 45 games to teach numeracy
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Numbershark is a motivating computer program that uses 45 games to teach and reinforce numeracy and improve understanding and use of numbers.
The wide variety of carefully designed games provides many ways in which to practise the same information.
Numbershark is most often used by students between 6 and 15. Most games are appropriate for any age although a few of the games are more suitable for younger children.
Older students, with reasonable number skills, use Numbershark to improve their mental maths - sometimes before exams.

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poppy

poppy i really think this is good for little kids like me

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Micky

Micky Trying to use it.

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