Deines Blocks – MathsBot Deines Blocks allow you to demonstrate number values in the decimal number system. Use to show whole numbers by making the smallest block a single unit, or define a 100 square as a unit and smaller Read More …
PolyPad – Mathigon A great collection of virtual manipulatives: polygons, number and algebra tiles, fraction bars, Tangram, pentominoes, etc.
Title Select Design then tap squares to create a puzzle. Tap again to reveal a number. Select Solve to enter answers. A great whiteboard activity!
Place Value Counters – MathsBot Place Value Counters allows you to demonstrate number values. The latest version has the ability to exchange up and exchange down thus allowing the demonstration of addition and subtraction.
Zoomable Number Line – MathsIsFun Click on number line to zoom in, shift-click to zoom out. It will zoom from where you click. Click at left or right to scroll. Or you can use your keyboard’s arrow keys. Up/down Read More …
Thermometer ITP This ITP displays a thermometer. The scale, range and the interval markers can be changed and a slider control can be dragged up and down the length of the thermometer to set the height of the column. A Read More …
Millions Counter Investigate numbers Enter your own start number, or use the + and – buttons to change the digits to make the required number. Read the number in words below. Hide either the number or the words to ask Read More …
Decimal Numberline ITP Generate a number line and use the two markers with numbered boxes which can be moved along the number line. You can show the sum and difference between the two numbers and the calculation represented. You can 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
Treasure Quest. Interactive 100 square used for examining number facts up to a hundred Information Find the target number on the hundreds chart and tap the square. Number hints will help you along the way. There are 10 orbs Read More …
Number Pieces A place value activity using base 10 (Dienes) blocks Add and manipulate pieces (ones, tens, and hundreds). Join pieces in groups of ten or break them apart (e.g., 10 ones into 1 ten and vice versa). Choose from Read More …
Shark Numbers A place value game using Diennes blocks Choose a level of difficulty. Then look at the hundreds, tens and ones to work out the number shown. Select the bubble showing the number. If you are right you’ll see Read More …
Number Crunch Saga Count the number of candles and find the matching number card Click on two cards to begin If the number of candles matches with the number on the other card they will stay. If they do not 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 …
Flip Counter A counting demonstration tool The aim of this game is to build a tower tall enough to reach into space. To count forwards and backwards in steps of 1, 10, 100, 1000 and 10,000 (age 5-10). To say 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 …
Count the Yeti Count the Yeti creatures and click on the corresponding correct number across the top. Numbers from 1 to 10. Different Levels
Binary Numbers Toggle the 1s and 0s by clicking on them to reveal dots and make binary numbers. Decimal equivalents are calculated below.
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 …
Place Value – Create numbers from their parts. Write the completed number. Number randomised each time. Accompanying worksheet to record answers. National Curriculum – Read, write, order and compare numbers to at least 1,000,000 and determine the value of each digit Read More …
Hundredaire Place Value – determine value of each digit. Great for plenary. Beware, harder questions include decimals and millions! National Curriculum – Read, write, order and compare numbers to at least 1,000,000 and determine the value of each digit.
Match the number on the bird’s chest to the same one on the wall Yr R/1/2
Listen to the number said then post the letter in the house with that number on its door Y R/1 It is common for children to get 12 and 21 mixed up or to struggle when writing 3-digit numbers such Read More …
Recognise odd and even numbers. More or Less Counting Coins Rounding to the nearest ten. Choosing appropriate operation symbols Y2
Drag and drop number sorting activity: 1-10, 1-30, 1-100
Click on eggs with your mouse and deciding if the numbers are odd or even. Y1/2
count in odd numbers to find the butterfly with the hidden number Y2
set starting point and step size then count along in multiples of anything from 2 to 10. YR/1/2
count in steps of 1, 2, 3, 5, 10 and 100 to find the butterfly with the hidden number
count in steps of 5 to find the butterfly with the hidden number Y2
Choose steps to show on number line – adding or subtracting; decimals, fractions, decimals, percentage comparisons
Count in two’s – click on the fish that has the next number
Finding 10 more or 1 more than a given number, (counting on).Click on the tops of the lily pads! Y1
Count the ducks (in tens) and shoot the one on the number given.
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
Finding a number between two others on a 100 square, or counting on or back from a number, including crossing the tens
Counting-on’ in ones from a 2-digit number. Y1
Use the counting stick to help you work out the value of the missing number. Y1/2
join the dots 15 – 30 or so – and see a nice animation when it is complete
Click on the digit that show the tens, hundreds, etc
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.
Use base 10 blocks to practice decomposition. Set TU, HTU orThHTU. Drag blocks off bottom line to cancel those on top to subtract.
Use Base 10 blocks to add up to Th H T U. Lasso to exchange.Solve addition problems set by computer.
Use Base 10 blocks to add up to Th H T U. Lasso to exchange.Solve addition problems set by computer.
Use base 10 blocks to show numbers up to Th H T U. Drag them into workspace and computer show number represented.
Make numbers using partitioning
Regrouping to add 3 digit numbers yr 3/4
Place Value demonstrator HTU KS1
Get the lifebelt to the drowning person. Input tens and ones to get there. Y1/2
Begin to recognise that coins have different values. Different levels up to £2.
Recognise that 2 digit numbers are made up of TU which of the three numbers are shown by the partitioned blocks. KS1
Match numbers in bubbles with green base ten blocks. Shark bites if wrong. Y1/2
Use bead frames to partition and double a 2-digit number. Some digits over 5. Y2
Use bead frames to partition and double a 2-digit number. All digits under 5. Y2
activities covering “big and small” and “short and tall”.
understand and use the terms and symbols for greater than, less than and equal to
Drag and drop to choose < or > . 3 levels – numbers up to 100, 1000, 10000
Identifying more and less: flush the toilet and see who has more bugs on their hand Yr
Find numbers greater, less, more, fewer than given number to feed carrot to rabbit. Mouse control difficult. Y1 /2
Rounding to significant figures, decimal places, nearest 10, 100 or 1000. 3 levels
Recognise odd and even numbers. More or Less Counting CoinsRounding to the nearest ten. Choosing appropriate operation symbols KS1
round numbers like 5324.53 to the nearest 100, 10, unit etc.
Develops rounding to the nearest multiple of 10. Useful for adjusting to ‘Friendly Numbers’ when completing mental calculations. Y2
Estimate the number of objects on the screen
Ratio Stadium Express ratios in fraction form. Look for the matching ratio. Power up your motorcycle and win first place!
Model and Solve Word Problems involving ratio
Ordinal numbers, position in order, up to 20 and 20th KS 1
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
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
100 Square – M Weddell A tablet friendly 100 square with the ability to investigate multiples, primes etc.
Pupils will practice counting in fives in the adventure activity. Ways to jump along a numberline? (e.g. 2s, 10s, 5s).Pupils use counters to explore different jumps, listing the numbers they land on.
Match the dots on a die with the written word for the number KS1
Playing snakes and ladders involves counting number on the dice and counting on.
Count the ducks and shoot the one on the number given.
A counting and numeral recognition set of activities. Develop your mouse control and counting skills as you help Lecky collect objects to match numbers in the 1 to 5 or 6 to 10 range.
Snakes and ladders game 1 or 2 player.
Put the correct number of children on the bus
This activity introduces pupils to the number 9. Pupils follow a character through a story where she finds nine of every item. Pupils then learn how to correctly form the number 9, and learn to recognise the number among other Read More …
This activity introduces pupils to the number 8. Pupils follow a character through a story where she finds eight of every item. Pupils then learn how to correctly form the number 8, and learn to recognise the number among other Read More …
The story of 7 This activity introduces pupils to the number7. Pupils follow a character through a story where she finds seven of every item. Pupils then learn how to correctly form the number 7, and learn to recognise the Read More …
The story of 6 This activity introduces pupils to the number6. Pupils follow a character through a story where she finds six of every item. Pupils then learn how to correctly form the number 6, and learn to recognise the Read More …
Introduces the number. Follow a character through a story to find 5 of every item. Learn how to correctly form the number 5, and learn to recognise the number
Introduces the number. Follow a character through a story to find 4 of every item. Learn how to correctly form the number 4, and learn to recognise the number
Introduces the number 3. Follow a character through a story to find three of every item. Learn how to correctly form the number 3, and learn to recognise the number
Introduces the number 2. Follow a character through a story to find two of every item. Learn how to correctly form the number 2, & learn to recognise the number.
Pupils follow a character through a story to find one of every item. Correctly form the number 1, & learn to recognise the quantity
counting, problems, numerals and words, to 10 KS1
Introduce pupils to numbers up to nine. They will use songs and rhymes to practise ordering numbers correctly and to match the correct numeral to the correct item. Pupils will also look at how to form numbers in the correct Read More …
Count the spots on the ladybird – and feed the alligator!
Click on the number hidden by Lulu in the boxes below to release the friend. Counting to 9. 3 levels – numbers missing in higher levels
You are a pirate. Count the barrels in the water, enter the number and press the button to attack the island base.
Place numbers in size order on the ladder. Includes decimals and negatives
Colouring by numbers. Match the figure and the name of the number to colour in the picture. Numbers to ten.
Recognise numbers to 20 on Ten Frames
Recognise numbers to 10 on a Ten Frame
Develop counting and addition using these four games. These frames of 10 can be a helpful way to learn basic number facts.
Make the frog move by clicking the number one higher than the one he’s sat on. Numbers 1- 35
Count in ones starting from zero. Help the squirrel to find the next number/nut. Don’t collect the pebbles!
Count how many bananas the monkey eats. Click on the corresponding number on the left of the page. Numbers up to 4
Shows numbers in turn, saying them, then goes through drawing them.