## Countle

Countle A daily Countdown puzzle. Learning Objectives and Skills Use the 6 numbers and 4 operations to make the target number Get as close as possible Share your result with friends It is not necessary to use all the numbers Read More …

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## Countle

## Times Square – Fill the Grid

## Penguin Jump Multiplication – Math Playground

## Bar Modelling – Mathsbot

## Calculation Checkers – Mark Weddell

## Multiplication Array – Mathsframe

## Hit the Button – Topmarks

## Factorize – NCTM Illuminations

## Moving Digits ITP – NNS Mathsframe

## Number Balance – M Weddell

## Adding Subtracting Multiplying Dividing – Math10

## Star Swap Remainders

## Missing Digits Multiplication – Mathplayground

## Missing DIgits Division – Mathplayground

## Math Racer Multiplication – DigiPuzzle

## Number Crunch Saga – Transum

## Daily 10

## Drag N Drop Math – Mr Nussbaum

## Fast Factors

## Fruit Splat – Division Sheppard Software

## Table Bar Method – Maths Train

## Funky Mummy ICT Games

## Long Multiplication – Standard Method – FlexMath

## Multiplication of 3 digits – ngfl Cymru

## Multiplication Table – Room 108

## Multiplication Station – Shepherd Software

## Long Division Standard Method – FlexMath

## Tables for long division – David Hellam

## Division – group& share – ngfl Cymru

## Division – AAAMath

## Dividing Tens – AAAMaths

## Goal division – Crick

## Division 3 – David Hellam

## Cross the Swamp – BBC – Starship

## Digit menu – Crick

## Function machine – Crick

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

## Swimming – EChalk

## Build a bug – David Hellam

## Save the Apples – Play kids games

Countle A daily Countdown puzzle. Learning Objectives and Skills Use the 6 numbers and 4 operations to make the target number Get as close as possible Share your result with friends It is not necessary to use all the numbers Read More …

Times Square – Fill the Grid Use your keyboard or the onscreen keypad to complete the grid Learning Objectives Factors and Multiples Use divisibility rules Use multiplication facts to 10×10 Inverse operations Reasoning about number

Penguin Jump Multiplication The penguins are glacier hopping again. How fast can they go?Practice multiplication facts and power up your penguin pal. Mental Math – multiply numbers by memory or through other efficient methods.Problem Solving – match multiplication expressions with Read More …

Bar Modelling – Mathsbot Paste questions, Create and drag bars to model word problems. Print or copy image to other programs.

Calculation Checkers – Mark Weddell Check your calculations quickly with these mobile apps. Tap the digits to put in the question and answer. The program will tell you if you are correct or if you have just made a minor Read More …

Multiplication Array – Mathsframe Multiplication – linking arrays and the grid method Makes the link between arrays and the grid method of multiplication. Partition and multiply ‘teen’ numbers by a one-digit number.

Hit the Button Hit the Button is an interactive maths game with quick fire questions on number bonds, times tables, doubling and halving, multiples, division facts and square numbers. The games which are against the clock challenge and develop a Read More …

Visually explore the concept of factors by creating rectangular arrays. The length and width of the array are factors of your number. Enter factorizations in the white boxes to the right in the form: (number)×(number) (Use either the letter x Read More …

Moving Digits ITP Free resource for investigating value of digit and decimal numbers Place digits according to their value Use buttons to multiply or divide by 10 or 100 Add lines for columns Change column headings

Number Balance – Mark Weddell Use the number balance Free Play mode to demonstrate relationships between numbers whether equal or inequalities. Game Levels allow children to make the apparatus balance, thus completing the equation. Information Drag the tags onto the Read More …

Adding Subtracting Multiplying Dividing Order the given numbers and signs to make the equation correct. Information Drag the numbers and signs to the rectangle below. You don’t have to use all the signs Time limit is displayed on the pie Read More …

Star Swap – Remainders Test yourself on your knowledge of division facts and their remainders. Information Drag the four division questions onto their correct answer. When all four are complete, more will appear. Bonus time for correct answers. Time penalties Read More …

Missing Digits Multiplication. Each multiplication equation is missing several digits. Can you arrange the digit cards to make a true equation? There are 3 challenging levels to try and endless puzzles to solve! 3 levels offering increased challenge Drag digit Read More …

Missing Digits Division Each division equation is missing several digits. Can you arrange the digit cards to make a true equation? There are 3 challenging levels to try and endless puzzles to solve! 3 levels offering increased challenge Drag digit Read More …

Math Racer Multiplication Practise your multiplication facts Choose which multiplication tables to practise Drive the car over the correct answer Use the arrow keys on the keyboard to control the car Or use the mouse by hovering over the correct Read More …

Number Crunch Saga Covers addition (levels 1-3) and multiplication (levels 4-5) with three numbers. Swipe or drag numbers to swap places with other numbers. Line up three numbers that add up to 10 Each set of three numbers found (horizontally Read More …

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 …

Drag N Drop Math Drag and Drop Math is an interactive program that reinforces dozens of standards in addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. It allows users to pinpoint exactly what kind of math problems they need to work on and Read More …

Fast Factors Drag the numbers from the right onto the answers to the 9 times table. You can change the times table by clicking on a button.

Answer as many division facts as you can by clicking on the fruit. Practice or complete against the clock. Lots of levels of difficulty, increasing size of numbers.

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 …

A range of number knowledge tested in this game. See the Funky Mummy dance when you get it right!

Standard Method Long Multiplication practice

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

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

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

Long Division practice using standard method

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

Division as grouping & sharing yr 3

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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