PLEASE PLEASE take some time to learn your times tables. There are lots of you tube videos which you can use to hep you learn one times table then once you can recite it go on "Hit the button" to practice. REMEMBER you need to learn to say 1 x 4 is 4, 2 x 4 is 8, 3 x 4 is 12 NOT 4,8,12 because that won't help you know what 8 x 4 is.
This is a link to Numberjacks doing their 4 times table from here you can access the Numberjacks doing lots of times tables. I can't stress enough how much knowing your times tables helps you in LOTS of areas of maths. Go on you can do it https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4SXctAyxZf0
Top marks is a fantastic website full of games to play to improve lots of aspects of your education including Maths and English. Have a go...I promise some of the games are great fun.
HIT THE BUTTON
I've just scored 28 on hit the button on the 7 times table, can you beat me or improve your own score?
Why not try some of these activities linked to shapes
TELLING THE TIME
Practice telling the time by looking at this huge range of games and choosing which one suits you best. Do you need to practice quarter to times or 24 hours clock. The choices are endless and you are bound to find one that suits you, enjoy!
Scroll past all the worksheets to find loads of games.
FRACTIONS, FRACTIONS AND MORE FRACTIONS!
This has about 15 different fraction games to play so you are bound to be able to find one that is fun and means you are practicing your maths skills. If you aren't playing and smiling it's back to paper and pen for you! https://www.topmarks.co.uk/Flash.aspx?f=Fractionsv7
Magic squares will really get you thinking and improve your mental maths (maths you do in your head). Can you complete the square so all the rows and columns total a given number? https://www.topmarks.co.uk/Flash.aspx?f=MagicSquares