Many things, like the weather, can't be predicted with total confidence - but that's where probability comes in.

Find out some of the many situations where you might need to use maths in real life!

Find out different problem solving techniques to help you in maths and numeracy.

How can column addition be used to make adding numbers easier?

Number columns allow you to take large numbers and subtract one from another.

Take a look at how to use mental methods for addition and subtraction.

Using place value columns is a great way to multiply and divide. Give it a try.

Take a look at how to use mental methods for multiplication.

Take a look at how to use number lines for division.

How do you work out division problems that have remainders?

Take a look at how to use mental methods for multiplication.

Find out how you can use maths to solve your problems.

Take a look at a missing number problem and see how they are solved.

Find out how the order of operations shows you which bit of a calculation to do first.

Discover how numbers can be connected in a pattern and see if you can solve the puzzle.

Find out how partitioning a number can help you solve tricky maths problems.

Discover how to round a number to the nearest ten or hundred and why this can be helpful.

Rounding numbers can be a useful way to estimate a total. Find out how to round decimals to different significant figures.

Find out about different ways to estimate and check your work.

Take a look at how equations can be used to solve maths problems.

Have a go at adding and subtracting fractions with matching and different denominators.

Join the gang at the fairground to find out how to multiply fractions and calculate proportion.

Find out how you can simplify fractions by dividing the numerator and denominator by the same number.

Gary Lineker from Match of the Day challenges you to answer three questions about fractions.

What does percentage mean? How can part of something be shown as a percentage?

Find out a simple way to work out the percentage of a number.

Discover how you can use ratio to show the relation between two values.

Find out about the relationship between fractions, percentages and ratio.

Gary Lineker from Match of the Day challenges you to answer two questions about ratios.

Take a look at a really simple way to collect data.

Take a look at a really quick and easy way to display simple data.

Take a look at some other ways to visualise data.

Mode, median and mean are three types of average. The range is the difference between the biggest and the smallest number. Find out more.

Find out how likely something is to happen and how this can be expressed as fractions, decimals or percentages.