## Fast Factors

Fast Factors Drag the numbers from the right onto the answers to the 13 times table. You can change the times table by clicking on a button.

## Table Bar Method – Maths Train

2x Table Bar demonstrates the bar method of visualising multiplication. Drag the bar to be multiplied and then click it the required number of times. Resize the top section to match. Repeat with the equivalent calculation. Aids understanding of concept Read More …

## sort the shapes – DFES

sort shapes by rectangles and red in a Carroll diagram. No errors possible.

## Venn Diagram Multiples – TeacherLed

Sort the numbers into the Venn Diagram according to multiples set.

## Venn Diagram Factors – TeacherLEd

Sort the numbers into the Venn Diagram according to the factors you have chosen.

## Venn Diagram Sorter – Interactivate

Choose to make the rule or guess the computer’s rule, use one set, two sets or two intersecting sets and sort coloured polygons

## Venn sorting – Primary Resources

Sort numbers according to 2x or 3x – I can’t get this right!

## Sort – Primary Resources

Sort 5 objects by characteristic eg colour, number, letter, size, shape, fraction, odd/even, big/small

## Sort the Shapes – NNS

Sort 2D shapes into 3 separate boxes according right angles. Only correct sorting possible.

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## A flower for Marti – Count On

Pick out which fits all the criteria

## Sorting – Count Us In

Sorting into groups

## Venn Diagram 2 – Sian Mansfield

Sort animals and things with four legs in a Venn Diagram KS 1

## Venn Diagram 1 – Sian Mansfield

Sort green and yellow things in a Venn Diagram KS1

## Carroll Diagrams – ngfl Cymru

sort objects and numbers, basing their decisions on certain properties KS1/2

## The right order

Lots of sets of pictures to put in the right order

## Logic Zoo – PBS Kids

The player must sort the animals into fields at the zoo by the animal characteristics. This activity uses the Venn diagram as a sorting tool.

## Postbox sorting – A Blundred

Sort according to how many units or tens, greater or less than, pence + £ and pence, rounding to nearest 10,100 or whole number if decimal

## Handa’s fruit basket – A Blundred

Sort the fruit in various ways

## Carroll diagram – A Blundred

Excellent activities. Numbers to sort by odd/even, multiples, or more or less than, into Carroll diagrams.

## Triangular cards – A Blundred

Covered corners hide N + N = N or N x N =N. Uncover one and guess, uncover a second and predict.

## Play Your Cards Right – Purely Games

Use probability to make guesses in a card game Yr 5/6

## Spinner – Learn Alberta

Teaches probability with spinners

## Loud Louie and the Bad Vibes Band – Math Maven

Use probability to work out if Loud Louie will play with the band

## The Dastardly Disguiser – Math Maven

Use probablity to work out the number of disguises possible

## Virtual Coin Toss – PBS Kids

The player chooses to flip a coin between 2 and 10,000 times. The number of results for heads and tails is displayed as a bar graph, a tally and a percentage.

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## Archimedes – ColmanWeb

Filling the bath and displacing water

## Quad biking (9 – 11) – BBC Digger

Pupils use line graphs to convert currencies and read off quad bike speeds in metres per second.

## Line Graph – Mr Nussbaum

Add variables and plot a line graph

## Data Handling ITP – NNS

Mode, Mean, Median and Range

## Bar Graph Sorter – Interactivate

Create a bar graph from data you input

## Mean Machine 2 – Crick

compare two sets of data using range, mean and median (yr7)

## Mean machine – Crick

Yr 5/6 objectives on mean, median and range. Complicated – read first!

## Data Picking – BBC Maths File

Collect data for a graph yr 6/7

## Train Race – BBC Maths File

Compare mean, median and range – yr 6/7

## Grapher – Amblesweb

Name and label the axes and give a title, enter data and create a column graph to print out

## Virtual Coin Toss – PBS Kids

The player chooses to flip a coin between 2 and 10,000 times. The number of results for heads and tails is displayed as a bar graph, a tally and a percentage.

## Bugs in the System – PBS Kids

The player has to clear a room of bugs by clicking and dragging them onto a graph.

## Create a Graph – NCES

comprehensive graph making site

## Sums Dispenser – Mape

formal layout sums in all 4 rules, up to long multiplication & long diviision Y3/6

## Count Down – timer – A Blundred

Use 4 operations & number cards to make target amount. two levels

## Save the Apples – Play kids games

answer the sums & save the monkey’s apples from the alligator. 4 rules with level setting from easy upwards. Random so unexpectedly hard or easy ones thrown in. Y1-6

## Build a bug – David Hellam

Speed arithmetic on the four rules of number – correct answers result in different bits of a bug being put together. Y4

## Swimming – EChalk

mental arithmetic: choose Addition & Sutraction or Multiplication & Division Yr 6

## Number balance – Crick Pencils & paper – all four rules

Really nice activity for group or class teaching. Drag numbers into a balance. KS1

## Function machine – Crick

Smashing little input/function/function/output machine. KS2

addition, subtraction to 20, to 100, 1 or 2 digits, multiplication up to 5X or 10x – Y2/3/4

## Cross the Swamp – BBC – Starship

addition/subtraction or Mult/div, levels 0-20, 0-50, 0-100 Y1/2

## Maths magician – Oswego

speed test basic mental calculations in all four operations at two levels. Suitable for all ages

## Maths Magnets – Snaith

Make up maths sentences from sticky tiles

## 3 bears sharing – A Blundred

Share three of everything between the three bears at a picnic YR

## Grouping – NNS ITP

Division by grouping

## Division – Oswego

line division sums – drag cards into correct places Y4

## Division 3 – David Hellam

Pelmanism game to match two divisions sums with the same answer (answer not given!) Y3/4

## Goal division – Crick

Two player game practiising division. Pupil has to achieve a quotient in the given range by choosing the divisor. Pretty tough but a good reward in a football game. Yr 6

## Division Bingo – BGFL

Testing division Bingo games all xtables up to 10×10 Y4/5

## Division machine – Ambleweb

3 levels of division – last up to by 15! Y2/6

## Dividing Tens – AAAMaths

Dividing multiples of ten by single digit numbers. (Ignore instructions saying about moving decimal point!) Y4/5

## Division – AAAMath

timed answers to division (by single digit) questions Y2/3

## Division – group& share – ngfl Cymru

Division as grouping & sharing yr 3

## Division on number line – Mark Weddell

Good interactive step by step explanation of division on a number line. 3 levels. Y4/5

## Chunking – A Blundred

Vertical format division – Interactive – demonstrates chunking. Click to input Y5

## Division grid – NNS ITP

division by the grid method

## Short Division – Mark Weddell

Formal layout of short division, HTU / U, with help Y5

## Tables for long division – David Hellam

works out the difficult multiples for long divsion so kids can focus on the method Y6/7

## Long Division Standard Method – FlexMath

Long Division practice using standard method

## Multiplication Station – Shepherd Software

Click on number boxes to achieve target number – against the clock. Tests knowledge of factors. Y4

## Sum Sense multiplying – Oswego

drag the number cards to the correct places to make the multiplication sums (in lines) work out Y4

## Multiplication Table – Room 108

A grid that shows multiplication in rectangles broken up into squares Y2/3

## Grid multiplication – NNS ITP

NNS ITPS – Grid method

## Multiplication of 3 digits – ngfl Cymru

7 & 8 times table, multiply HTU x U – different methods, multiplication word problems yr 4/5

## Grid method – HTU x U – Mark Weddell

Carry out short multiplication of a three-digit by a single-digit integer by partitioning Y4

## Grid method – up to x 5 – Mark Weddell

Grid method (partitioning) of short multiplication TU x U up to 5 Y3

## Grid method – Long Multi – Mark Weddell

Grid multiplication of TU xTU. Numbers partitioned then user guided through steps in order. To do before formal long multiplication! Y5

## Long Multiplication – Standard Method – FlexMath

Standard Method Long Multiplication practice

## Missing Numbers – Primary Resources

Fill in missing numbers to complete number sentences. 4 levels of difficulty –

## Bricks 2 – Primary Resources

Addition Pyramid wall to fill in from bottom by addition or from top by inverse. Several combinations of difficulty levels

## Merc Move – ICT Games

Solve the problems & reach the target number by crashing into the correct coloured cars. Y2

## Empty Number Line – ICT Games

Set the starting point on the empty number line to label it & use the arrows to add in amounts given to find total of two numbers Y 1/2

## + & – Number Lines – ICT Games

Set start number & intervals to use these addition & subtraction number lines KS1

## Pole Climber – Count On

Timed sums, including inverses. 4 levels Y1

## Test the toad – BBC – Number Time-

Add & subtract sums up to 20 Yr R/1/2

## Count Hoot’s + & – game – BBC – LAAC

Mixed addition & subtraction with ladybird spots then numbers. 3 levels up to TU under 20. Yr R/1/2/3

## Count Hoot’s – game – BBC – LAAC

Subtraction with ladybird spots Yr R/1/2/3

## Count Hoot’s + game – BBC – LAAC

Uses spots on ladybirds to make sums. 3 levels, Additon, subtraction or both. Yr R/1/2/3

## Game show easy – Ambleweb

Fast 4 player game doing calculations with an answer of 20 or less Y2/3

## + & – 9 or 11 – Mark Weddell

Section of 100 square shown for adding or subtracting 9 or 11by using knowledge of 100 square!!

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## Bricks – Primary Resources

Work downwards on an addition pyramid by subtracting. 4 levels Y1/6

## Sum Sense – Oswego

drag the cards to complete the line subtraction sums Y3

## Subtraction Action – Kids Numbers

Click on numbers to achieve the target number by successive subtractions – against the clock Y3/4

## Target Take Away – to 20 – ICT Games

Subtraction sum given. Click the targets under the blocks to remove them. Count how many are left. YR/1

## Soccer Subtraction – ICT Games

see the sum given & click on the footballers to subtract them then have a shot at goal. Y1

## 10 less shoot out – ICT Games

Say a number that is 10 less than any given number to 99. Y1/2

## Count on Convict – ICT Games

Subtraction by counting on KS1

## 100 Square Hunt -11 – ICT Games

Click the number on the 100 square that is 11 less than the target number Y1/2

## 100 Square Hunt – Minus10 – ICT Games

Subtract 10 from a given 2 digit number Y 1/2

Subtraction to 20, to 100, 1 or 2 digits Y2/3

## Subtraction test – Ambleweb

3 levels of difficulty. units only, TU-U, including crossing tens, TU-TU including crossing tens. Y1/3

## Bowling – Count Us In

In a bowling game, work out how many pins will be left standing. Simple subtraction Y1

## How many to get to 100 – Mark Weddell

Step by step subtraction by counting on using a number line Y4

## 2 digit difference – Mark Weddell

two 2 digit numbers displayed – find the difference. Crosses tens. 10 secs before answer displayed. Y3

## Subtraction by Counting On – M Weddell

ThHTU-ThHTU. Interactive number line to help counting on steps Y5

## Decomposition Expanded – A Blundred

Difficult concept to do in flash – not sure if it is better than teacher’s own! Worth a look, though.

## Subtraction HTU – HTU – Mark Weddell

Step by step vertical subtraction – expanded method Y3/4

## Counting on & back – NNS ITP

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click number boxes to reach the target number by successive additions – speed test yr 5/6

## Rocket Maths – Primary Resources

Find three consecutive numbers that add up to target number. Launch the rocket into orbit if successful or crash if not. Y3

## Soccer Maths – 2 digit Addition

Add two 2 digit numbers to have the chance to score a goal

## +5 Fuel Stop – ICT Games

Addition bridging using bonds of 5 – add five to the number given to fuel the rocket & send it on its way. Y1/2

## +5 Fuel Stop – ICTGames

Know bonds of 5. Add by counting on. Add by using bonds & bridging Y1/2

## Techno Tortoise – ICT Games

Use a number line to model how to add two 2-digit numbers together by adding the tens digit first. Y3

## submarine Add 10 challenge – ICT Games

2 player game YR/1

## Add 10 submarine Challenge – ICT Games

Adding 10 to a number less then 89. Y1

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## Special Space Jumps – ICT Games

adding single digit numbers by bridging through 10. Jump to the rock & then to the rocket to escape the monster Y1/2

## Safecracker + up to 9 + 9 – ICT Games

Learn & practise single digit addition facts by turning the tumblers on a safe. If you get four correct you can enter the safe & play a game. Y 2

## Safe Cracker – ICTGames

Learn & practise single digit addition facts (up to 9 + 9) by turning the tumblers on a safe. Y1/2

## Octopus Game – 10 more than – ICT Games

Click & hold on the shell that shows a number 10 more than the given number. Y1/2

## Monkey Maths – ICT Games

Click on the bananas to complete the sum – single digit numbers YR/1

## Funny Fingers – ICT Games

Click on the fingers to demonstrate addition up to 5 + 5 Y1

## Flight_for_Fuel – ICT Games

Fly into fuel pods but watch totals & try to fill exactly but not exceed amount allowed. Addition up to 10 Y1/2

## Bridging the gap – ICT Games

Bridging the gap – through 10, 20, 50 & using decimals. Y1/2 to Y6

## Bridging – ICT Games

mental adding across tens, through to decimals Y2 to y6

## Beaver Catch 10 – ICT Games

Catch two beavers who add up to 10 Y1/2

## 5 & a bit Ogre Hit – ICT Games

Partition numbers into fives & left overs to help mental adding Y2

## 100 square hunt – +10 – ICT Games

Add 10 to a given 2 digit number Y 1/2

## 100 hunt +11 – ICT Games

Add 10 to a given 2 digit number – click the number on the 100 square Y 1/2

## Addition Surprise – Harcourt School

drag the number to a correct place on an addition square to complete a picture up to 9 + 9 Yr R/1

## Rock Hopper (Grade 4) – eGames

Choose numbers with pos or neg operators to continuously calculate the way to the large rock, aiming to hit the target number. Y6/7

## Rock Hopper (Grade 3) – eGames

Choose a path of multiples to reach the target on the rock – single digit multiples Y2/3

## Rock Hopper – eGames

Choose numbers to get the frog over to the rock, adding on the way, to get to the total on the rock Adding single digit numbers Y1/2

## Number pyramid – adding – Crick

Interactive to explore totals at top when numbers at bottom are changed. Investigative. KS2

## Splash – Count On

Add small amounts to move your counter up the spout but not off the end. Two player or against the computer. Y1/2

## Ann & Addem – BBC – Number Time

Achieve the target score on the dartboard. some adding or doubling. 3 levels – higher uses multi-step calculation yr R/1/2

## Pyramid – Ambleweb

Addition pyramid – 3 levels of difficulty Y2, Y3, Y4

Add two numbers mentally. 3 levels of difficulty: U + U including total over 10, up to 29+14, TU + TU including total over 100. Y3/4

## Got It! – NRICH

Adding game – add whole numbers to hit target number to win. 2 Player or play against computer Y1

## Add It Up – Game Scene

grid of numbers – find succession that add to target number. Timed. Y2/3

## Addition – Expanded – A Blundred

Column layout expanded addition – interactive, set out in columns, adds it all up at a series of clicks. Choose from TU + TU to ThHTU +ThHTU or two places of decimals Y3 to Y6

## Vertical HTU + HTU – Mark Weddell

Vertical addition, formal column method- step by step

## Vertical HTU + HTU + HTU – Mark Weddell

Vertical/column/formal method, step by step.

## Hit the button – A Blundred

Brilliant speed activity at whiteboard – choose from huge variety of objectives – number bonds, tables, division facts. Hit button displaying correct answer to sum at foot of page. Timed. Level can be chosen to suit all ages.

## Times Tables Mastery – Resource Room

50 item tables test page

## Speed Grid Challenge – Oswego

Click on the two numbers that multiply together to give the target number

## Table Times – David Hellam

Answer 10 questions on random tables (including x0) and beat the clock

## Multiplication 2 – David Hellam

Pelmanism game to find multiplication and division questions which have the same answer – Some errors?

## Mixed Multiplication 1- David Hellam

Match the tables question to its answer

## Division 2 – David Hellam

Pelmanism game to match division sum with answer – inverse tables

## Division 1 – David Hellam

Pelmanism game to match division sums to answers

## Multi Numberlines – ICT Games

Click a square on the 10×10 grid and the mult fact appears with a ? Click the answer box and a number line appears illustrating commutative law (8×9 is thesame as 9×8) KS1/2

## Mental Gym – Birmingham

Brain workout for maths or tables – Requires Adobe Authorware

## Tables Tester – Ambleweb

3 levels: UxU, up to TUxU, all tables up to 19×12

## Tables at Speed – up to 10x – M Weddell

Test all tables up to 10x, choose fast or slow

## Mallard Maths – Count On

Shoot the ducks by clicking onthem. Choose from odds, evens, primes, squares, multiples of 3 or 7, powers of 2 or let the computer choose which for you (random)

## Tables at Speed 2 3 4 5 & 10 – M Weddell

Test 2x, 3x, 4x, 5x, 10x tables, choose fast or slow

## Times It – ngfl Cymru

2, 5, 10 times tables for KS1

## Tables at Speed 2 5 & 10s – M Weddell

Test 2x, 5X, 10x tables, choose fast or slow

## Multiplying with 10 – Toon University

Using tables to multiply multiples of 10 and 100 Y4/5

## Ghost Blasters 10 – Oswego

Shoot multiples of 10

## 5x table Whack a Mouse – Mad4Maths

Whack a Mouse Game for 5 times tables. Hit 12 correctly as quick as possible. Watch out for penalties if you hit the wrong one!

## fishy 2s – ICT Games

Counting in 2s Y1/2

## Calculation balance – A Blundred

Brilliant: lots of bonds (addition or subtraction, 10 or 20) and multiplication facts: 2x – 5x and up to 10x

## Hit the button by A Blundred

Hit the button. Hit the button is  popular as a speed game or interactive whiteboarad activity. Children compete against the clock. There are a range of tasks to complete. These include number bonds, doubles halves, times tables and division facts. Choose from a range of Read More …

## Numberbond – Ambleside

test bonds to 5, 10, 100 or set your own up to 9 999 999

## Complements to 1000 – I Love Maths Games

Work out the complement and click on the number to see if you’re correct

## Make 1000 – Mark Weddell

Number bonds to 1000 – 10 secs to say bond or write it on mini-whiteboards.

## Number Facts – NNS ITP

beads for bonds of 10 or 20

## Colour quiz – David Hellam

Answer a few number bond to 20 questions. Each correct one colours part of the picture in. 10 seconds to complete.

## Funky Mummy 20 – ICT Games

Recall bonds of 20. See the Funky Mummy dance when you get it right! Y1/2

## Funky Mummy ICT Games

Recall number facts up to 10+10. See the Funky Mummy dance when you get it right! Y1/2

## Brilliant Beadstring – ICT Games

Choose one or two beadstrings. Practise bonds of 10 or 20, number facts to 10 or 20. KS1

## Save the Whale 2 – ICT Games

Put in the missing pipe section to fill the pool with water and allow the whale to swim free. bonds of 10 but can be changed to less. Y1/2

## Beaver catch 10 – ICT Games

Catch two beavers who add up to 10

## 10 pipe – ICT Games

Use number bonds to 10 to complete pipe, fill up the rock pool with water and allow the shark to swim off.

## Number Bonds to 10 – St Helen’s Live

Memory Card game to find complements making 10

## Count on Me – HGFL

Put a number in each basket to make 10

## Spitfire Tables Shooter – ICT Games

Counting in steps of 2, 3,4,5,6,7,8,9. Read the number sentence and shoot the target that shows the answer. Y2

## Duck Shoot (10s) – ICT Games

Count the ducks (in tens) and shoot the one on the number given.

## Froggy Hops – ICT Games

Finding 10 more or 1 more than a given number, (counting on).Click on the tops of the lily pads! Y1

## Fishy 2s – ICT Games

Count in two’s – click on the fish that has the next number

## Number line demonstrator – ICT Games

Choose steps to show on number line – adding or subtracting; decimals, fractions, decimals, percentage comparisons

## Fairies in the Fog -5’s – ICT Games

count in steps of 5 to find the butterfly with the hidden number Y2

## Fairies in the Fog – ICTGames

count in steps of 1, 2, 3, 5, 10 and 100 to find the butterfly with the hidden number

## counting with stick – ICT Games

set starting point and step size then count along in multiples of anything from 2 to 10. YR/1/2

## Number sequencer – Crick

Like when you count in 3’s starting from any number other than0. An enhancement of the sequencer found in the toolkit section. This allows for the input of up 4 digits numbers and negative numbers.KS2

## Space Hopscotch – Count On

Count up in two’s but count down in 1’s

## Super Sequencer – Ambleweb

Count with the computer in increments of number you input, starting from number you input. 3 speeds

## Big count – Ambleweb

Count with the computer in 1’s, 2’s, 5’s or 10’s

## Counter – A Blundred

Children can count aloud with the counter, going up in ones, tens, hundreds, and decimals too. Speed it up, slow it down or pause. Starting number can be zero or changed to anything

## Join the dots – SGDesign

join the dots 15 – 30 or so – and see a nice animation when it is complete

## Primary Resources: Swinging Ted –

Teddy clings to a swinging rope which swings from odd sideto even side as it counts up.

## Dienes – Maths Activities

What number is represented by these arrangements of base 10 blocks?

## Dienes Blocks + abacus – Maths Activities

Show the number represented by these arrangements of base 10 blocks on an abacus.

## Missing Numbers – ICT Games

Use the counting stick to help you work out the value of the missing number. Y1/2

## Counting Cars – ICT Games

Counting-on’ in ones from a 2-digit number. Y1

## Park the Pods – BBC Starship

Finding a number between two others on a 100 square, or counting on or back from a number, including crossing the tens

## Higher & Lower, Reveal & Order – A Blundred

Click on card to reveal its value. Predict next one higher or lower. Then put in order and check. Use playing cards, objects, numbersor words to 10, 20, 100; fractions, decimals, negative 10 to positive10, analogue clock times, or input Read More …

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## Size ordering – Primary Resources

3 or 4 objects to order by size

## number order – Primary Resources

Put the hats on the children’s heads in order – numbers up to 20. KS1

## Ordering numbers with negatives – Primary Resources

Move the caps onto the heads of the children, in order smallest to largets, for a smile! -10 to +10

## Wabbit Words 2 – ICT Games

Read the sentence and then find a carrot with the appropriate number, e.g. ‘Less then 26’ choose any carrot that is less than 26. Y1/2

## Washing line numbers – Crick

Hang out the numbers on the washing line in counting order

## Number Track – Crick

Ordering numbers on a number line – up to 20

## Compare order – Crick

Comparison activities – developing the language of comparison using such terms as biggest, smallest, longest, etc.

## Pinpoint that Number – Channel 4

Computer gives a number – you place the pointer in the correct place on the number line

## frogs and ladders – Channel 4

Put each of the pink numbers on the ladder in ascending order. 3 levels of difficulty, 10 per level.

## pouring water – Count Us In

Which container has most in it?

## Ordering players – Count Us In

Order the players – tallest to shortest

## Ordinal numbers – ngfl Cymru

Ordinal numbers, position in order, up to 20 and 20th KS 1

## Orderly Owl Level 1 – Mape

Putting things in order (days of the week, alphabet – animals, sums, numbers, size, names

## Send in the Trolls – PBS Kids

arrange a series of trolls in order to send the troll of middle-height to a beauty contest.

## Inequalities – M Weddell

A variety of formats to test greater than, less than or equals.

## Thinking Blocks – Ratio – MathPlayground

Model and Solve Word Problems involving ratio

## Weigh it up – Birmingham

Balancing coloured shapes by ratio. Problems to solve

Compare ratios

## Balloon Invaders – Math Playground

Find percentages of whole numbers – pretty tough

## percentage piechart test – David Hellam

Estimate percentage of pie chart shaded in.

## Discount Doors – Sophie’s Suitcase

Price of things after percentage discounts given yr 5

## Dominoes – Sophie’s Suitcase

The dominoes have percentages of quantities and whole numbers to match as Q and A

## Percentages – Birmingham

Percentages of quantities for Yr 6

## Work out the percentages? – ngfl Cymru

Introducing percentages – 100% 50%, 25%, 75%

## percentage estimation – David Hellam

Estmate the exact percentage of the bar which is shaded. Bar marked in 10s.

## Swinging Ted – Primary Resources

Count in odds or evens as ted swings side to side Y1/2

## Fairies in the Fog- odd – ICT Games

count in odd numbers to find the butterfly with the hidden number Y2

## The Dragon’s Eggs – ICT Games

Click on eggs with your mouse and deciding if the numbers are odd or even. Y1/2

## Odds & evens – Crick

Drag and drop number sorting activity: 1-10, 1-30, 1-100

## Odd Bugs – Count On

Add odd bug’ legs together to make even pairs Y2

## Mallard Maths – Count On

Shoot the odd or even numbers on the ducks

## Circus Shapes and Numbers – Count On

Counting activities: 1 to 10, 10 down to 1, count items- up to 10, odd, even, recognise circles YR/1

## Interactive Maths – Cleo resource

Pick out the even numbers Yr 1

## Number Jumbler – BBC – Starship

Recognise odd and even numbers. More or Less Counting Coins Rounding to the nearest ten. Choosing appropriate operation symbols Y2

## Number line estimating – Oswego

Estimate where the arrow is on a number line. 8 stages from 0 -10 to 1 – 10000 and decimal hundredths

## Estimate – ngfl Cymru

Estimate the number of objects on the screen

## Glowla’s Contraption – PBS Kids

60 seconds to estimate the sum of a group of numbers. The gamegives kids an opportunity to practice rounding numbers and adding themup.

## Helipad Hops – ICT Games

Develops rounding to the nearest multiple of 10. Useful for adjusting to ‘Friendly Numbers’ when completing mental calculations. Y2

## Place Value Puzzler – Funbrain.com

round numbers like 5324.53 to the nearest 100, 10, unit etc.

## Number Jumbler – BBC – Starship

Recognise odd and even numbers. More or Less Counting CoinsRounding to the nearest ten. Choosing appropriate operation symbols KS1

## Rounding Off – BBC – Maths File

Rounding to significant figures, decimal places, nearest 10, 100 or 1000. 3 levels

## Glowla’s Contraption – PBS Kids

60 seconds to estimate the sum of a group of numbers. The game gives kids an opportunity to practice rounding numbers and adding them up.

## Postbox sorting – A Blundred

Sort according to rounding to nearest 10,100 or whole number if decimal

## Round to the Nearest 100 – M Weddell

Input the 100’s below and above given the number, then select which, on the number line, it is nearest to.

## Round to the Nearest 10 – M Weddell

Input the 10’s below and above given the number, then select which, on the number line, it is nearest to.

## Greater Than – Maths Activities

Test for < > or =

## Wabbit Words – ICT Games

Find numbers greater, less, more, fewer than given number to feed carrot to rabbit. Mouse control difficult. Y1 /2

## Mucky Monsters – ICT Games

Identifying more and less: flush the toilet and see who has more bugs on their hand Yr

## Greater than or less than? – Crick

Drag and drop to choose < or > . 3 levels – numbers up to 100, 1000, 10000

## Number balance for KS2 – Crick

number balance including < and >. KS2

## Greater than or less than – ngfl Cymru

understand and use the terms and symbols for greater than, less than and equal to

## Big and Small – ngfl cymru

activities covering “big and small” and “short and tall”.

## Greater or less than – M Weddell

A variety of formats to test greater than, less than or equals.

## Place Value to 100 Thousands – Toon Uni

3 levels of place value work with tank-firing reward. (hwta isthe value of the digit, and read then write this number in figures)Even level 1 is tough – up to millions!

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## Place Value board – Primary Resources

Build numbers up to ThHTU with place value cards. Click of place value table and PV card, value in words and number in figures areshown. Screen layout can be changed.

## Dienes base 10 blocks 1 – Innovations

What number is represented by these arrangements of base 10 blocks? Yr 3

## Dienes blocks + Abacus – Innovations

Read the number shown by Base ten blocks and show it on an abacus Yr 3

## Dienes Blocks + abacus – Innovations

Read the number shown by Base ten blocks and show it on an abacus

## Wood Cards – easy – ICT Games

Use bead frames to partition and double a 2-digit number. All digits under 5. Y2

## Wood Cards – ICT Games

Use bead frames to partition and double a 2-digit number. Some digits over 5. Y2

## Shark numbers – ICT Games

Match numbers in bubbles with green base ten blocks. Shark bites if wrong. Y1/2

## Partition – ICT Games

Recognise that 2 digit numbers are made up of TU which of the three numbers are shown by the partitioned blocks. KS1

## moneypayer 50p – ICT Games

Begin to recognise that 2 digit numbers are made up of tens and units..

## LIFEGUARDS – ICT Games

Get the lifebelt to the drowning person. Input tens and ones to get there. Y1/2

## Lifeguards – ICT Games

Get the lifebelt to the drowning person. Input tens and ones to get there. Y1/2

## Dinosaur Place Value – ICT Games

Begin to recognise that 2 digit numbers are made up of tens and units.. Y1

## Virtual Arrow Cards – ICT Games

Place Value demonstrator HTU KS1

## Addition of Three-Digit Numbers – Harcourt

Regrouping to add 3 digit numbers yr 3/4

## Place Value Puzzler – Fun Brain

Click on the digit that show the tens, hundreds, etc

## Base Ten Count – Ed By Design

This activity is useful for young children who are just beginning to learn how numbers are made up. The object is to group the ones into tens to see what numbers come up.

## Digitwise – Birmingham

Place Value tester. Include decimals if required

## Number Machine – PBS Kids

Players take 3 digits assigned by the computer and arrange them to create a number that will be of greater value than a 3 digit number of Hacker’s.

## Base 10 Blocks Subtraction – NVLM

Use base 10 blocks to practice decomposition. Set TU, HTU orThHTU. Drag blocks off bottom line to cancel those on top to subtract.

## Base 10 Blocks Addition – NLVM

Use Base 10 blocks to add up to Th H T U. Lasso to exchange.Solve addition problems set by computer.

## Base Blocks Addition – NVLM

Use Base 10 blocks to add up to Th H T U. Lasso to exchange.Solve addition problems set by computer.

## Base 10 Blocks to show numbers – NLVM

Use base 10 blocks to show numbers up to Th H T U. Drag them into workspace and computer show number represented.

## Place Value Chart – A Blundred

Use the place value chart to make the number given or read a number you put in. From TU to HTU with three decimal places

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## Postbox sorting – A Blundred

Sort according to pence + £ and pence,

## Magnetic Number Board – Snaith

Make numbers using partitioning

## Base 10 Blocks – Arcy Tech

for early counting and exchanging: 1s, 10s and 100s to break up or put together

## Teddy numbers – A Blundred

Give teddy sweets – words or numbers, to 5, to 10 or to 16. Teddy smiles if you get them right.

## Calculation balance – A Blundred

match words to numbers, to 10 or 20 yR/1

## compvter Romanvs – Natural Math

Find out what M C and V stand for. There is even a smallcalculator which allows you to do mathematical calculations using RomanNumerals

## Number Vocabulary – Lancs

Drag and drop numbers in figures to words Yr R to Yr 6

## Words and Numbers – David Hellam

Pelmanism: match the number in words with the number in digits – up to 10,000

## Post a Letter – ICT Games

Listen to the number said then post the letter in the house with that number on its door Y R/1

## Counting to 10: Word recognition – BGFL

Read the word then click on then numeral. First in order then jumbled.

## Find the number – BBC Number Time

Match the number on the bird’s chest to the same one on the wall Yr R/1/2

## Colouring – Count Us In

Colouring by numbers. Match the figure and the name of the number to colour in the picture. Numbers to ten.

## Rounding Off – BBC Maths File

Rounding to significant figures, decimal places, nearest 10, 100 or 1000. 3 levels

## Round to Nearest Whole – M Weddell

Input the whole number below and above given the number, then select which, on the number line, it is nearest to.

## Matching decimals – Harcourt school

Pelmanism with decimals

## Make 1 – Sophie’s Suitcase

turn cards – match those decimal pairs that add up to 1 (Yr 5)

## Make 10 – with 1dp – M Weddell

Numbers under 10, with one decimal place, to make to 10

## Make 1 – with 2 dps – M Weddell

numbers under zero with two decimal places – find partner to make 1 whole. 10 secs to say answer or write and show on miniwhiteboards.

## Make 1 – with 1 dp – M Weddell

Number bonds of decimals – numbers with one dp under zero to add to 1

## Estimate – Oswego

Estimate where the arrow is on a number line. 8 stages from 0 -10 to 1 – 10000 and decimal hundredths

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## Decimal challenge – David Hellam

Guess the decimal number between 0 and 10 that has been chosen on a blank vertical number line. Guesses are recorded and marked on the number line.

## Bridging – ICT Games

Bridging the gap – through 10, 20, 50 and using decimals. KS1/2

## Place Value Puzzler – Fun Brain

identify the value of the place 4 whole number places to four decimal places hard yr 6 level.

## Numberline including Decimals – Eduplace

Interactive Numberline with zoom to show tenth’s and hundredths. Can perform addition/subtraction

## Washing line numbers – Crick

exercise to put decimal numbers in order. KS2 Good exercise but note: correct answers forced so can do it without knowledge.

## Builder Ted – BBC Education-Maths File-

Place numbers in size order on the ladder. Includes decimals and negatives

## Interactive Number grid – Ambleweb

Add across and down in multiples of any number, including decimals and negatives. Makes test, hard test or shows completed grid.

## Number lines – Ambleweb

various: decimals, 10s, 0.5s, -5 to 5, etc

## Decimal number lines – Active Maths

0 – 10, 0 – 1 , decimal number line

## Tenths and hundredths – ngfl Cymru

tenths and hundredths yr 5/6

## Decimal place value cards – A Blundred

show them together or separate to show parts of decimals

## Counter – A Blundred

Children can count aloud with the counter, going up in ones, tens, hundreds, and decimals too. Speed it up, slow it down or pause. Starting number can be zreo or changed to anything

## Exploring Fracts Shapes – Pattern Blocks

drag shapes to grid and make symmetrical patterns or show fractions – for all ages

## Shading fractions: – David Hellam

Shade in the correct number of regions to equal the fraction given.

Shade whole, half, quarter or three quarters of kite. Press F5 to refresh

## Spring Flowers – Count On

Recognise halve, quarters, eighths of whole circles (flower heads)

## Fractions – ngfl Cymru

Introducing fractions

## 13 Ways of Looking at a Half – PBS Kids

13 ways of halving a square

## Equivalent fractions – PBS Kids

Matching very simple fractions with shaded diagrams in a fun setting Lower KS2

## Fraction Sorter – Interactivate

draw radii to select sectors and fill in for given fraction, then place both in order on a number line

## Fractions – Primary Resources

Ordering fractions on a number line. Mixed denominators

## Fractions 6 – Anglia Campus

Identify fractions on numberline

## Fraction switch – David Hellam

Order the fractions from smallest to largest. Denominators are all different.

## Birmingham: Fractions 4 – ordering –

Place fractions with different denominator on number line

## fractotron – Ambleside

how do the fractions compare to a half?

## Fractions – AngliaCampus

Identifying fractions of coloured shapes.

## Up 2 1 – David Hellam

Find the fraction which when added to two others, creates a whole.

## Fracts 5 – How much left ? – Birmingham

How much is left when a fraction is taken away from the whole? Convert to lowest terms

## Fractions 3 of whole – Birmingham

Fractions of whole for number of squares shaded

## Sharing cakes – ngfl Cymru

division by sharing and fractions. yr 3/4

## Fracts 18 – Anglia Campus

Find fractions of quantities (coloured squares)

## Fracts 17 – fractions of… – Anglia Campus

Fractions of quantities – sums!

## Falling Numbers – Count On

One or two player game. Answer questions (fraction as operator on quantity) and click on leaf with answer on.

## Find a Fraction of a Number – ngfl Cymru

mental strategies for finding simple fractions of a number using their knowledge of multiplication and division facts. yr 3/4

## Fractions of a Quantity – M Weddell

Finding fraction of a quantity broken down into interactive steps and shown on a number line

## Racing Bikes – Count On

Add quarters or eighths, building continually over mixed numbers.

## Pairs – Count On

Matching pairs – fraction/decimals, sides and shape names, dots and numbers, improper and proper fractions and whole numbers

## Telling Time Pactice – Worsley School

Move the clock hands to the correct place for the time give. Hour hand is always on the number instead of where it should be. (ie not a Judy clock!) Y3

## Higher & Lower – A Blundred

click on card to reveal its value. Predict next one higher or lower. Then put in order and check. Analogue clock times Y3

## Tell Time ITP – NNS

Numeracy Strategy Teaching Program

## Elapsed Time – Interactivate

Work out the interval between two times on analogue clock displays Y4

## Clock Wise – Interactivate

press for random then input the time shown by the clock Y4

## Stop the Clock 4 – Oswego

Drag the digital time to the matching analogue clock face – nearest 1 minute – nearest minute – Y4

## Stop the Clock 3 – Oswego

Drag the five digital times to the correct analogue clock face. Y3 – nearest 5 mins

## Stop the Clock 2 – Oswego

Drag the digital times to the analogue clock faces – nearest 15 mins – Y2

## Stop the clock 1 – Oswego

Match digital times to analogue – nearest half hour. Y1

## Bang on Time – Oswego

read the time in words and then stop the clock when the hands are in the matching position. You can adjust the speed of the hands. Y3/4

## Clock – Little Fingers

Click the button (out of four possibles) that is the time shown by the clock. Clock eats a bone if correct. Hour hand not always drawn in the correct place.Y2

## Time Teller – Lil Fingers

Drag the hands of the clock to show the correct time

## Time 1 – David Hellam

Pelmanism: match the analogue clock face with the time in 12 hr clock nearest 5 minutes. Y3

## Hickory 4 ICT Games:

Times to quarters of an hour. A mouse runs up and eats the cheese if correct.Y2

## Willy the Watchdog – Harcourt School

two player game. Roll the dice, move, set the clock to the time on your square. Y3

## Days of the week. Digital Brain

Drag the days of the week cards into the correct order Y1

## Clock – Maths Museum

Choose the correct time, out of three, that the clock face is showing. To nearest minute, without minute markers on face. Y4

## Train times – Count On:

Train time tabling questions Y6

## 24 hr Departure Board – Sophie Suitcase

Set the clock hands (12hrs) to match the 24hr times on the departure board yr 5

## 12 hour clock – Sophie Suitcase

12 hr time given – input 24 hr time yr 5

## Trainers Birmingham

Problem solving using money and timetables yr6

## Difference between Time – Birmingham

Work out the difference between two times – using timetables Y6

## Time Birmingham

Work out and understand time. The games use AM and PM as well as digital and analogue clocks. They also show you how to use a 24 hour clock. Y5

## Mickey Mouse Clock

Mickey Mouse real time clock

## Matching Time – BBC – Dynamo

Match cards: 3 levels: words to do with time, digital times, time words with meanings age 5 /9

## On the trailBBC – Digger

Pupils solve maths problems to help Digger and the Gang prepare for their journey, involving the calculation of distances, length of time needed for travel and times on the 24 hour clock Y 5

## Which way? BBC – Digger

Pupils identify the correct hour on a clock and put events in order. age 5- 7

## Clockwise BBC – Dynamo

Click on the clock face to set the clock to the given time. 3 levels, hours only, quarters, five minute intervals past the hour. age 5 /9

## Time Jumbled – Athena

Match clock face, digital time and time in words Y3

## Time for a Crime – Math Maven

Use the ferry timetable to track down the thief Y5/6

## Clock – N Riley – Coventry

Clock face with animated hand movement. Add and subtract minutes, hours and seconds. Shows current time and includes a 12/24hr digital clock and time in words. Y2- 6

## Time Difference – Mark Weddell

Two clocks can be set to different times then when counter is started, moving the hands of one clock to match the other will calculate the time difference. 12 or 24 hr clock. Y4

## Clocks – Mark Weddell

Use arrow keys to advance time by 1 hr, 15 mins or 1 min. Time is displayed in 12 hr clock, 14 hr clock and words.(But hideable for prediction or focus on only one format) Y1-6

## Reading Scales 2 – Teacher LED

A variety of measuring devices can be shown on the screen grouped together in themes.

## Unit Conversion Patience

Match equal amounts of different units

## Measures – Birmingham

Revision info and test questions on measures Yr 6

## Animal Weigh In – BBC -Maths File

Match metric measure to equivalents yr 6/7

## Using measures – ngfl Cymru

Choose the correct unit in which to measure a variety of areas.yr 5/6

## Convert measures – Mark Weddell

Practice converting Y3

## Measuring Cylinder – NNS ITP

Numeracy Strategy Teaching Program

## Archimedes – Maths Online

Filling the bath and displacing water – interactive Y6

## Measures – Birmingham

Revision info and test questions on measures for Yr 6

## Thermometer – NNS ITP

Numeracy Strategy Teaching Program

## Thermometer – Active Maths

Two thermometers (sideways) with temperature to read (-20 to +50) click in box for reading to be displayed, click change for new ones. Free sample of subscription site but refresh will get rid of login box if it pops up. Read More …

## Reading Scales – Dials – Teacher LED

Use this learning resource to simulate using a traditional dial scale in a lesson.

## Measuring Scales – NNS ITP

Numeracy Strategy Teaching Program

## Scales Reader – ICT Games

Read the weight represented by the scales. 4 sets of scales, reading amounts between nearest 100g or whole kg. Answering in decimals. Y2

## Mostly Postie – ICT Games

Drag the parcel onto the scales, then enter the value shown to deliver your letter or parcel. Counting in 10s and 100s. Reading scales, familiarisation with number lines. Y2

## simple scales 2 – Crick

Drag and drop the toys onto the scales. Individual toys, the needle, Yr1

## Simple scales – Crick

Use the Simple Scales to weigh the bears. Open ended activity that lends itself to problem solving activities. YR

## Alien Cookbook – BBC – Starship

Read simple scales Calculate using units of measure KS1

## Climbing down BBC – Digger

Pupils solve the online problems about combining amounts in kilograms and the measurement of area. Y4-6

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## Measure – Fun Brain

Multiple Choice reading scales in centimetres and inches!

## Measurement game – Funbrain

Measure in cm (3 levels) or inches (4 levels), Y2 – 6

## Scale Challenge – throwing – EChalk

Read and estimate different distance scales yr 6

## Ruler – Mark Weddell

Measure lines in cm Y1/2

## Ruler – Mark Weddell

Move the ruler to measure the length of the line. Ruler marked in cm (no mm) Y2

## Area & Perimeter – Interactivate

Move the adjust slider first then calculate area and perimeter of shape drawn Yr 6

## Area & Perimeter – Math Playground

Explanation then practice on finding area and perimeter of rectangles. Take care with ruler – measure from 0 mark not from end of ruler! Y4

## Shape Surveyor – Funbrain

Area, Perimeter or both, 4 levels of difficulty. Y6

## Area & Perimeter – Birmingham

how to find areas and perimeters then 3 levels of practice at each. Goes up to complex shapes. Y4

## Concrete Flags – Active Algebra

Area and perimeter around a pond. Yr 6

## Spaceship Builder – PBS Kids

Can two things with the same perimeter have different areas? Y5/6

## Areas of Irregular Shapes – NVLM

Use the pinboard to find area of irregular shape, create shapes with given perimeter, explore area/perimeter combinations Y6

## Triangle Explorer – Interactivate

Work out the area of the triangles on a grid Yr 6

## Area Explorer – Interactivate

Set the perimeter and calculate the area of the shape drawn on the grid. Keep record of comparisons of both. Y6

## Shape Excavator – to 10 – Funbrain

Area – numbers less than 10 Y 5

## Climbing down – BBC – Digger

Pupils solve the online problems about combining amounts in kilograms and the measurement of area. Y4/6

## Incredible Shrinking Garden – Math Maven

Mystery using ratio of area to width to solve Y6/7

## paving slabs – Ngfl Cymru

Paving slabs and area investigation yr 5

## Area of shapes on pinboard – NVLM

Use the pinboard to find area of irregular shape, create shapes with given perimeter, explore area/perimeter combinations Y6

## Find the Area – Mark Weddell

Rectangle drawn with length and width labelled. Input area. Y5

## Area – NNS ITP

Elastic bands type shapes for counting squares for area Y4

## Perimeter Explorer – Interactivate

Students are shown shapes on a grid after setting the area and asked to calculate perimeters of the shapes Y5/6

## Shape Excavator < 10 - Funbrain

Calculate perimeter – numbers less than 10 Y5/6

## Pentominoes and Perimeters – NVLM

Use pentominoes to investigate perimeters Y4

## Banana Hunt – Oswego

A game to test estimation of angle size 0 – using 360 degrees – Needs to be close – yr 5/6

## Angles Game – Innovations Learning

Estimate the angle need to fire the laser and hit the spaceship.

## Gorilla – Count On

Two player game – gorillas throw bananas at each other across skyscrapers. Adjust force and angle to hit.

## Sailing Challenge – EChalk

Measure and estimate the angles of the boat’s courses. Yr 6

## Clowns bursting balloons – CountOn

turtle logo type thing – set angle and distance for car to travel to burst all the balloons

## Kung Fu Angles – BBC

A quest that is solved using angles. Nice backdrops.

## Guess the Random Angle – Primary Res

Demondtrate angles with protractor to 1, 5 or 10 degrees. Estimate angles – Acute, Obtuse or either, Protractor on or off.

## Bearings – David Hellam

Match bearings (360 degrees) with compass diagram in this Pelmanism game Yr 5 & 6

## Angles 1 – David Hellam

Match drawn angle picture with size of angle in degrees Yr5 & 6

## Hitting the Target – Angles Through Sports

Measuring angle, right angle, acute angles and obtuse angles (Key Stage 2)

## Protractor What’s my Angle- Ambleweb

Giant protractor measuring angles – classic resource

## Angle Activities – Ambleweb

Explore angle properties

## Using a protractor – Active Maths

Position the protractor over the angle, read the scale, zoom in. Browser refresh will get rid of login box .

## Coordinates 2 – Primary Resources

Identify the coordinates of the cross marking the line intersection.

## Coordinates – Primary Resources

Place the cross where the given coordinates identify the line intersection.

## Billy bug 2 – Oswego

coordinates of line intersections in four quadrants

## Billy Bug coordinates – Oswego

Move the bug to the place indicated by the coordinates (line intersections) yr 3/4?

## Co-ordinates – Reasoning about… – MathsFrame

Find missing coordinates of shape, reflected in a mirror line, or the midpoints of straight lines. Choose first quadrant, or all four quadrants

## Space Boy to the Rescue – Math Playground

Drag Spaceboy to the given coordinates (in all four quadrants) to find the lost aliens. Timed.

## Locate the Aliens – Math Playground

Give the coordinate (in all foru quadrants) of aliens. Timed

## Worm Hunt- EChalk

Click on line intersections on the grid, coordinates are shown. Distance given to worm – refine to get it. Yr 6

## Dino Dig – Count On

Enter coordinates of line intersections to find the dinosaur hidden in the grid

## Co-ordinate Game – Birmingham

eight games using coordinates

## Reflections & coordinates – Active Maths

Reflect shapes horizontally, vertically or diagonally in 4 quadrants. Click browser refresh to remove login box. Y6

## Coordinates – Active Maths

Work out coordinates of shapes in all four quadrants, or turn off three for first quadrant only. Click browser refresh to remove login box. Yr 3-6

## The gold coin – Lulu

Find the gold coin in the grid. Use coordinates to search squares

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## Tangrams – Enchanted Mind

arrange the tangram pieces to make the picture given

## Tangram – Crick

Make the picture/shape imndicated with the tangram pieces

## Tangrams – Channel 4 Maths

Put the tangrams back into a square – 4 levels

## Tangram – Ambleweb

Make pictures with tangrams

## Tangrams – PBS Kids

use 7 Tangram puzzle pieces to create up to 13 shapes.

## Rotation – Primary Resources

Change the shape in thefirst quadrant and click the rotation buttons to see the shape rotated 90 or 45 degrees around the origin into the other quadrants

## Symmetry – Primary Resources

Draws half a shape with a line of symmetry then completes shape and removes line.

## Reflection – Primary Resources

Choose single reflection grid or 4 quadrant grid. Choose to colour in squares on a grid and reflect them or to complete a challenge in either grid.

## Symmetry sorter – Crick

Sort shapes into symmetrical and non-symmetrical. Choice of forcing correct placing or not. KS2

## Symmetry – Buzz Maths

refelctions across the x and y axes.

## Symmetrizer – PBS Kids

reflections and angles through experimentation with a kaleidoscope.

## Symmetry Game – Innovations Learning

Test understanding of symmetry

## Java Kali

Very clever stuff – draws symmetrical and repeated designs

## Calamity’s Quest – BBC – Starship

Help Captain Calamity free Princess Amber from the Evil Ruler’s castle.

## Symmetry Webquest – Visual Learning

Big site with lots about all kinds or symmetry upper KS2

## Symmetry – ngfl Cymru – Greg Morgan

A variety of activities

## Pattern Blocks – Fraction Shapes

Java applet that implements pattern blocks typically used to visualize and learn fractions

## 3-D Shapes – Birmingham

Revision of 2D and 3D shapes for Yr 6

## Pentominoes – Ngfl Cymru

find the 12 pentominoes, identify symmjetry, fit together in a rectangle yr 5/6

## Castle Shapes – Ngfl Cymru

Identify properties of 2-D shapes, categorise with Venn diagram. Investigate shape congruence. Use 3D shapes to investigate castle structure

## Interactive Geometry – 3D – Maths Net

Use cubes to construct 3d structures from plan and two elevations. Print out but no check for correct.

## Buried 3D Shapes – Simon Evans

Weird and beautiful landscapes with 3D shapes to match to named geometric models.

## 3d Boxes – David Hellam

How many cubes needed to make the 3D solid? Visualize.

## 3D Shapes – David Hellam

Match the regular 3D solids with their names in this pelmanism game

## Shifting Shapes – ICT Games

Recognise the 3d solid – Yr2

## Matching Pairs 3D shape game – Crick

Pelmanism with 3d shapes – more a memory game than maths!! KS2

## Polyhedron Test – Maths Museum

7 polyhedra displayed as solids or wires. Answer questions about properties – number of sides, faces, vertices; its name.

## Polyhedron Generator – Maths Museum

Create polyedra, rotates them, then stellates, truncates, expands etc . Incredible number of variations

## Polyhydra – NGFL Cymru

Investigate faces, edges and vertices of polyhedra

## Polyhedra Activity – Math Forum

Explore the 5 regular polyhedra yr 6

## POLYHEDRA

Wire diagrams of 29 different polyhedra to rotate and explore

## Memory Shapes – Primary Resources

See three shapes and hear their names in order then click on them in the shape bank in the same order

## Sorting Shapes – Venn DIagram – MathsFrame

Sort a variety of 2D shapes on a Venn diagram. Sort by one or two conditions.

## virtual Pinboard 4 – Crick

Explore 2D shapes on this virtual pinboard where you can control the pinboard background and transpency of the shape, as well as the number of vertices. KS2

## Polygons shape sorter – Crick

sort polygons into quads and not quads, regular and irregular. Note – wrong answer not accepted so can be done without thought. KS2

## Wizards number – up to 1000 – A Blundred:

Wizards number – up to 1000 – A Blundred: http://www.mathszone.co.uk/images/thumbimg-984.jpg Use clues like digit sum, more or less, next hundred,rounding, odd or even to idenbtify the wizrad’s magic number. Have toremember the clues – but you can see them again, Read More …

## Think of a number – 100 – A Blundred

Think of a number – 100 – A Blundred http://www.mathszone.co.uk/images/thumbimg-106M.jpg Use the five clues to deduce the number – thinking and logic! Good mental starter or ender! Click to reveal answer

## Online Sudoku 9×9 – Kidz Pages

Online Sudoku 9×9 – Kidz Pages http://www.mathszone.co.uk/images/thumbimg-90E.jpg Sudoku with coloured circles

## Easy Sudoku – KidzPages

Easy Sudoku – KidzPages http://www.mathszone.co.uk/images/thumbimg-914.jpg 4 x 4 with coloured squares

## Splat square100 – Primary Games

Splat square100 – Primary Games http://www.mathszone.co.uk/images/thumbimg-87D.jpg A number square. Set task and children can print out finished square

## Powerlines 1 – Primary Games

Powerlines 1 – Primary Games http://www.mathszone.co.uk/images/thumbimg-94m.jpg put the numbers into the spaces to make all lines add up to the target number

## Powerlines1 – Oswego

Powerlines1 – Oswego http://www.mathszone.co.uk/images/thumbimg-94m.jpg drag numbers to correct placesto make totals given – fun element

## Mancala – MathPlayground

Mancala – MathPlayground http://www.mathszone.co.uk/images/thumbimg-89a.jpg complicated strategy game – play against the computer, two levels

## Weigh Wangdoodles – Math Playground

Weigh Wangdoodles – Math Playground http://www.mathszone.co.uk/images/thumbimg-116n.jpg Use logic to work out the weights of the wangdoodles. Pretty tough – stretch the more able yr 6

## Wizardsnumber – up to 100 – A Blundred:

Wizardsnumber – up to 100 – A Blundred: http://www.mathszone.co.uk/images/thumbimg-99P.jpg Use clues like digit sum, more or less, next hundred, rounding, odd or even to idenbtify the wizard’s magic number. Have toremember the clues- but you can see them again, though. Read More …

## Oochina the Archeologist – Kidspsych:

Oochina the Archeologist – Kidspsych: http://www.mathszone.co.uk/images/thumbimg-926.jpg Solve the logic puzzle to get in the pyramid

## Oochina: Crossing the river – Kids Psych

Oochina: Crossing the river – Kids Psych http://www.mathszone.co.uk/images/thumbimg-103T.jpg The classic puzzle about the farmer, fox, chicken, and grain

## Think of a number – David Hellam

Think of a number – David Hellam http://www.mathszone.co.uk/images/thumbimg-82o.jpg Think of a number puzzle – computer solves your number or you solve computers’ by undoing.

## Frog Game – SGFL

Another version of the classic frog puzzle

## Psychic –

Psychic – http://www.mathszone.co.uk/images/thumbimg-88o.jpg How does this site always know what number you are thinking of?

## CodeBreaker – EChalk

CodeBreaker – EChalk http://www.mathszone.co.uk/images/thumbimg-104t.jpg Like the Mastermind board game. For yr6

## Fido Puzzle – DCC

Fido Puzzle – DCC http://www.mathszone.co.uk/images/thumbimg-105U.jpg Think Clear! an ‘ I’ll guess your four digit number’ puzzle

## Number guess 2 – Crick

Number guess 2 – Crick http://www.mathszone.co.uk/images/thumbimg-102T.jpg Guess the computer’s number – refine guess after too large/toosmall response. 3 levels up to 100, 500 1000.

## Near doubles machine – Crick

Near doubles machine – Crick http://www.mathszone.co.uk/images/thumbimg-101y.jpg A number is given which near to double the target number. four buttons

## Leapfrog – Crick

Leapfrog – Crick http://www.mathszone.co.uk/images/thumbimg-100T.jpg classic leapfrog puzzle – logic – KS2

## Fishy Numbers – Count On

Fishy Numbers – Count On http://www.mathszone.co.uk/images/thumbimg-112g.jpg Use the two number cards and the operators given to make any number on a fish

## Double, Treble or not – Count On

Double, Treble or not – Count On http://www.mathszone.co.uk/images/thumbimg-122Q.jpg Two player four in a row game. Add the two numbers, enter answer and if correct, cover the answer on the grid. (Each answer used once only but you can choose to Read More …

## Magic Safari

Magic Safari Use science and maths to solve problems. Develops logic and problem solving skills.

## Loopcards2 – Sophie Suitcase

Loopcards2 – Sophie Suitcase http://www.mathszone.co.uk/images/thumbimg-113v.jpg Drag a card to No 1 to start with, work out the question then drag the next card to No2. Get them in order. 8 levels to choose. Yr2 -5

## Guess My Number – Birmingham

Guess My Number – Birmingham http://www.mathszone.co.uk/images/thumbimg-95P.jpg A guessing game to find out what number the computer is thinking of. The activity can be used to develop number recognition

## Think of a number – input-100 – A Blundred

Think of a number – input-100 – A Blundred http://www.mathszone.co.uk/images/thumbimg-107B.jpg Use the five clues to deduce the number – thinking and logic! Good mental starter or ender! Use screen calculator display to input answer and Ok to check.

## Number Cruncher

Number Cruncher http://www.mathszone.co.uk/images/thumbnail-59.jpg Use a series of addition, subtraction, and multiplication equations to reach your goal.

## Where is Tobi hiding ? – Lulu’s Games

Where is Tobi hiding ? – Lulu’s Games http://www.mathszone.co.uk/images/thumbimg-81L.jpg Use clues of warmer/colder to find the correct square on the grid

## Crossing the River – PBS Kids

Crossing the River – PBS Kids http://www.mathszone.co.uk/images/thumbimg-85R.jpg classic puzzle

## Crossing the River – PBS Kids

Crossing the River – PBS Kids http://www.mathszone.co.uk/images/thumbimg-85R.jpg In this logic puzzle, the player needs to determine how to get the Cyberchase characters across the river in a small boat if only two kids or one adult can fit into the Read More …

## Can You Fill It? – PBS Kids

Can You Fill It? – PBS Kids http://www.mathszone.co.uk/images/thumbimg-860.jpg How many “pours” will fill the container to the top without overflowing it?

## Adding to 99 – NLVM

Adding to 99 – NLVM http://www.mathszone.co.uk/images/thumbimg-115l.jpg Make the totals in the intersecting circles add to 99

## Circles adding to 21 – NLVM

Circles adding to 21 – NLVM http://www.mathszone.co.uk/images/thumbimg-114c.jpg Make the intersecting circles add to 21. Numbers in intersections are whole numbers, less than 21

## Magic Squares – A Blundred

Magic Squares – A Blundred http://www.mathszone.co.uk/images/thumbimg-754.jpg Fill in the magic square to make the given total – 15, random or set your own total. Computer does the calculating.

## Guess the number – A Blundred

Guess the number – A Blundred http://www.mathszone.co.uk/images/thumbimg-731.jpg Undo the operation to deduce starting number. Uses addition and subtraction facts, tables facts, doubles and halving, and one or two step problems to solve. Good mental starter. Levels for early years, KS1 Read More …

## Number maze – David Hellam

Number maze – David Hellam http://www.mathszone.co.uk/images/thumbimg-76l.jpg Move around a maze collecting numbers, plus and multiplication signs to make a target of 100 in as short a time as possible.

## Crazy Counting Machine – Crick

Crazy Counting Machine – Crick http://www.mathszone.co.uk/images/thumbimg-74a.jpg Can you reach the target number in as few clicks as possible? Makes use of doubling and halving strategies in working towards a target number.

## Mystic Rose – Count On

Mystic Rose – Count On http://www.mathszone.co.uk/images/thumbimg-649.jpg Interactive mystic Rose drawer.

Bead Numbers – Birmingham http://www.mathszone.co.uk/images/thumbimg-66M.jpg Making numbers on an abacus from clues eg smallest even number with 6 beads

## Mend the number square – BBC

Mend the number square – BBC http://www.mathszone.co.uk/images/thumbimg-65B.jpg Put the missing numbers back in the number square. Yr R/1/2

## Guess the Number – Ambleweb

Guess the Number – Ambleweb http://www.mathszone.co.uk/images/thumbimg-70g.jpg Guess the number, computer says too high or low and refines guess possibility by reducing the range to guess from.

## Function machine – Ambleweb

Function machine – Ambleweb http://www.mathszone.co.uk/images/thumbimg-71Y.jpg A variety of options for single and two step function machines

## Button Beach Challenge – Ambleweb

Button Beach Challenge – Ambleweb http://www.mathszone.co.uk/images/thumbimg-72f.jpg Work out what numbers the buttons represent and fill in the totals of the grid

## GOT IT! – NRICH

GOT IT! – NRICH http://www.mathszone.co.uk/images/thumbimg-69l.jpg Add numbers to reach exactly the target number – before the other player or computer