Daily 10 Covers addition, subtraction, ordering, partitioning, digit values (place value), rounding, multiplication, division, doubles, halves and fractions. Designed for interactive whiteboard. For delivering 10 maths questions for mental maths practise. Can be timed or untimed Ideal for starter and Read More …
Tables Tennis The aim of this game is to build a tower tall enough to reach into space. The blocks must be stacked in the correct order Drag them on top of each other Smallest number at the bottom Largest Read More …
Compare numbers by picking the correct sign to make the number sentence. e.g. >, <, = Practice or complete against the clock. Lots of levels of difficulty, increasing size of numbers. National Curriculum – Read, write, order and compare numbers Read More …
A variety of formats to test greater than, less than or equals.
arrange a series of trolls in order to send the troll of middle-height to a beauty contest.
Putting things in order (days of the week, alphabet – animals, sums, numbers, size, names
Ordinal numbers, position in order, up to 20 and 20th KS 1
Order the players – tallest to shortest
Which container has most in it?
Put each of the pink numbers on the ladder in ascending order. 3 levels of difficulty, 10 per level.
Computer gives a number – you place the pointer in the correct place on the number line
Comparison activities – developing the language of comparison using such terms as biggest, smallest, longest, etc.
Ordering numbers on a number line – up to 20
Hang out the numbers on the washing line in counting order
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
Move the caps onto the heads of the children, in order smallest to largets, for a smile! -10 to +10
Put the hats on the children’s heads in order – numbers up to 20. KS1
3 or 4 objects to order by size
Count leaves or ladybird spots, order snails or ladybirds.
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 …