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Education Quizzes to Support Learning at Home

Supporting My Children’s Learning at Home with Education Quizzes

With four young children, I have to admit I sometimes struggle to keep track of their progress. Realistically, I rarely have time for one-to-one sessions with each of my children to support their learning and make sure I keep on track with what they are learning at school. I want them all to be successful at school, but not in a pushy kind of way and I recently came across a brilliant way to support their learning at home: Education Quizzes.

Education Quizzes to Support Learning at Home

Educational Quizzes Written by Teachers

The site is full to the brim with quizzes that are created specifically to be educational. They are in no way dull or boring and as I was discreetly watching over Jumpy’s shoulder when she was giggling, I found them also full of humour and puns that would appeal to children and parents alike!

Education Quizzes to Support Learning at Home

The fact the quizzes are written by experienced teachers is reassuring. The quizzes cover KS1 to GCSE-level, in a whole range of abilities, from the very basics to more complex knowledge and skills. I found the quizzes fun yet quite advanced in some cases, so children with higher abilities can be stretched and extend their knowledge of a particular topic they are either really good at or interested in.

Education Quizzes to Support Learning at Home

Snappy Quizzes with Immediate Feedback for Effective Revision

Revision can seem daunting to children and students, so it is important to make it as interactive and fun as possible. The quizzes, with their multiple choice answers, provide the student with the correct answer as soon as they have selected the one they thought was right. If they are correct, it gives them a sense of achievement, and when they are not, they get an helpful tips explaining what the correct answer was, so they can learn from their mistakes. They can then print their answers or take the quiz again, feeling like progress has been made as they see their score out of 10 improve time after time.

Education Quizzes to Support Learning at Home

Being Able to Help My Children Achieve their Targets in a non ‘Wishy-washy’ Way

My 6-year-old recently had her parent consultation and her targets are as follows (she worded them herself after listening to her teacher): “My reading target is answer questions about what I have read! My maths target is to work on telling the time.” Looking quickly through the KS1 English and KS1 Maths quizzes, there were quite a few I spotted immediately that would fit exactly the little push Beanie needs to achieve her targets. We will be focusing on inference (Detective Work) and telling the time (Time Problems). I love the fact the quiz titles are really clear and specific. It makes it simple for the children or their parents to identify the quiz they need.

Education Quizzes to Support Learning at Home

Holiday Revision

With over two weeks of Easter holidays starting today, although I am not in any way, shape or form planning to get my children to sit down and learn a whole new curriculum, I will definitely encourage them to have a couple of quizzes a day, simply to keep their little brains ticking and help them revise the new skills and topics they have been focusing on this term. My little man was on the ball with times tables last year, but since it has not been such a strong focus in Year 4, he has forgotten a lot and he needs to brush up on them.

Education Quizzes to Support Learning at Home

How much does it cost?

You can subscribe for £9.95 per month with no strings attached, and you will be able to access every single quiz on the site. You can also cancel at any time.

Don’t just take my word for it; check what other parents think times tables.

How About Encouraging Your Child’s School to Sign up?

If like us you are on a tight budget, I can fully understand that you might not be able to spend £9.95 on a monthly subscription to the site, but you can suggest the idea to your children’s schools. Depending on the number of students at a school, it is possible for them to sign-up students for as little as £2.00 per year. The students would then be able to use the quizzes both in school and at home. That would definitely give schools brownie points with parents and inspectors!


Disclosure: This is a collaborative post but all photos (other than screen shots from the site) and opinions are my own.


  1. Sarah
    01/04/2017 / 12:14 am

    I think this would be so useful for the summer months, to keep kiddos in their game!!

    • Mel
      01/04/2017 / 1:16 am

      Completely! They’ll definitely be doing a fair few quizzes during the Easter holidays too!

  2. Home and Horizon
    01/04/2017 / 10:46 am

    This is a great idea – my kids like taking part in quizzes – and if education is fun they are more likely to remember it!

    • Mel
      01/04/2017 / 2:54 pm

      Yes. That! If they’re having fun and understand their mistakes straight away, they are so much more likely to memorise what they’re learning or revising.

  3. Amy
    01/04/2017 / 10:52 am

    What a great site this is. Definitely something I would consider when my children are older.

    • Mel
      01/04/2017 / 2:53 pm

      It’s great, isn’t it? I might or might not have done a few of the quizzes in the topics section…

  4. Stephanie Usher
    01/04/2017 / 5:46 pm

    This is a great idea! I actually remember studying for me GCSE’s with sites like this! Stephanie xx

    • Mel
      01/04/2017 / 6:44 pm

      I am waaaay to old to have done that. We didn’t even have a computer that did anything other than video games when I took my GCSEs, hahaha!

  5. beautyqueenuk ???????? (@beautyqueen_UK)
    01/04/2017 / 10:12 pm

    I love this and could probably do with a refresher lesson when it comes to grammar, even at my age x

    • Mel
      01/04/2017 / 10:29 pm

      I’m sure you’d enjoy them: they’re fun! I’ve done the ones about London myself… and I learnt a lot (as in I had quite a few wrong!!).

  6. Victoria Marden
    02/04/2017 / 8:18 am

    This sounds brilliant, my little girl is constantly asking questions so it would be nice to do it back and see how she got on x

    • Mel
      02/04/2017 / 10:44 pm

      It’s really great: my little man was testing me (and loving giving me some explanations when I was getting it wrong) this morning.

  7. Jenny
    02/04/2017 / 9:52 am

    This sounds like a great site. My son loves using Maths websites at the moment.

    • Mel
      02/04/2017 / 10:43 pm

      Which ones does he use? I really need to get little man to practise his times tables!

  8. Kaz & Ickle Pickle (@IcklePicklex)
    02/04/2017 / 8:50 pm

    This is a good idea – especially for the holidays to keep their minds alive! Kaz x

    • Mel
      02/04/2017 / 10:45 pm


  9. Sarahjane
    03/04/2017 / 8:35 am

    This is such a great idea! I loved quizzes like these when I was younger, still do! Such a fun way to learn

    • Mel
      03/04/2017 / 10:42 am

      I love them too! I think I’m having as much fun as the kids doing those quizzes!

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