From: £15.00 / year
From: £15.00 / year
Nessy Numbers teaches multiplication and telling the time.
It is ideal for children who struggle with maths.
About the Program
Strategies develop an understanding of core mathematical concepts. Research studies by professor David Geary have proved that understanding mathematical concepts is essential to learning mathematics and is a much more effective way to learn than memorisation.
“My daughter loves this. It has really helped her with the concept of times tables.”
– Nicki Watts Lee
Tables of Doom
Become a master of times tables. Some children just can’t seem to remember their times tables. This program has been designed to help them. Learn in small steps. Children begin by learning strategies. These unique strategies lay the foundations of understanding. Tables of Doom is incredibly motivational. As they learn, children journey on a quest to help their monkey defeat the gorillas and rescue the imprisoned animals.
Learning to tell the time is often an area of difficulty for all children but particularly for those with a learning difficulty like dyslexia. These difficult mathematical concepts have been broken down into manageable stages and explained in a way that is much easier to understand. Meet Mr Hour and Mrs Minute. Help them repair Clock Island and defeat the gorilla robot – Burtzilla! A range of different games help learn every aspect of time, from basic facts to converting digital time into the 24 hour clock.
“My children all love it!”
– Dawn Bradshaw
- Recommended for ages 5-11 years
- Nessy Numbers is an online program that requires an Internet connection and is accessed by logging in at nessy.com
- Works on Mac and Windows desktop or laptop computers. It is not tablet compatible.
- Internet browser: Chrome recommended.
- A subscription to Nessy Numbers gives access to two islands covering times tables and learning to tell the time.
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“Nessy Tables of Doom has been a godsend!”– Nicola, Parent
“It is such a great program – my students love it.”– Sandy Sloss, Teacher
“I never thought she’d be doing times tables easily but she really clicked with it. We are home schooling as she is dyslexic and I am very excited!”– Sue, Parent
“My son has enjoyed playing Tables of Doom and his tables speed has increased dramatically.” – Robin, Parent
- Assessment game identifies what you need to learn
- Video learning strategies ideal for those who struggle with maths
- Games designed to develop different numerical skills
- Printable worksheets reinforce learning
- Interactive widgets ideal for group classroom activities
- Colour-coded records