Maths Games and Learning Activties for Fun
Fill The Grid
Totally - Number Fluency Multiplayer Game
Trace paths through the grid to find the target number. Move horizontally, vertically, or diagonally, but you can't use a square twice in the same path. Can you find the longest path? There's far more points!
Play for fun by yourself, or host a multiplayer game with friends or classmates. Excellent for developing fluency with number in children, and a game parents will enjoy playing along with too!
A Number Fluency Multiplayer Game.
Trace paths through the grid to find the target number. Move horizontally, vertically, or diagonally. Find the longest path for more points! Play for fun by yourself, or host a multiplayer game with friends or classmates. A game parents will enjoy playing along with their children!
Six attempts to find the exact equation! After each attempt, check the feedback to see if the number is correct in the right place, correct but in the wrong place, or not used at all. Practice or do the daily challenge. Then tweet your results to share with others.
Place the digits 1 to 9 so that the product of each row & column matches the target number. Great for practising factors & divisibility rules! Complete each daily challenge & tweet your result to compare with friends. It's a race against the clock, so it might be a good idea to practice first.
Ooodle Max takes the original game one stage further, introducing division with at times the need to work in decimals. Perhaps a greater challenge, however at times more clues are given away.
Sum Products develops a skill useful for high school maths when sovling quadratic equations. The ability to find a pair of numbers from their sum and product is a great skill to develop.
Fluency & Reasoning
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