## Category: Puzzles and Logic Problems

## 100 Square Spots

100 Square Spots. Interactive 100 square used for examining number facts and series up to a hundred Choose a colour, then start clicking on numbers. Click a number again to remove a spot. Hold down a menu colour to remove Read More …

## Circles adding to 21 – NLVM

## Adding to 99 – NLVM

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

## Number Cruncher

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

## Loopcards2 – Sophie Suitcase

## Magic Safari

## 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 …

## Fishy Numbers – Count On

## Leapfrog – Crick

## Near doubles machine – Crick

## Number guess 2 – Crick

## Fido Puzzle – DCC

## CodeBreaker – EChalk

## Psychic –

## Frog Game – SGFL

## Think of a number – David Hellam

## Oochina: Crossing the river – Kids Psych

## Oochina the Archeologist – Kidspsych:

## 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 …

## Weigh Wangdoodles – Math Playground

## Mancala – MathPlayground

## Powerlines1 – Oswego

## Powerlines 1 – Primary Games

Powerlines 1 – Primary Games The power cells have to be placed in the circles so that all the numbers in the same straight line add up to the power line total. Complete all eight levels and receive the password Read More …

## Splat Square 100 – Primary Games

## Easy Sudoku – KidzPages

## Online Sudoku 9×9 – Kidz Pages

## Think of a number – 100 – A Blundred

## 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 …