A series of interactive games designed to help children understand basic number concepts.
A simple activity that involves using a number line to add numbers up to 10. It teaches children the idea of counting on.
A series of 6 interactive activities, for example, Mend the Number Square helps to reinforce knowledge about the position of numbers up to 100.
Copy colour patterns created on a string of beads. A simple game to develop an understanding of repeating patterns.
Count Hoot, a wise owl, sets some simple addition and subtraction sums using numbers from 0 to 6.
Send the ghosts back to the den by finding the missing number in a simple sequence. A simple activity that assists children to understand how to count forwards and backwards in units of ten.
A brilliant tool for helping children tell the time using both analogue and digital times.
A great site for helping children to put numbers in order of size. There are two set of activities: the easiest ones on the left should be chosen for this age group.
Help Rachel Rocket to launch into space by counting in twos. A good way of helping children to practise counting on in units of two.
The familiar game of Snakes and ladders in an interactive format. Good for practising counting up to 100.
Children can practise simple addition and subtraction calculations, using numbers no bigger than 12.
A huge range of mathematical games that focus on supporting pupils’ understanding of different areas covered in the mathematics curriculum.
Use reasoning and knowledge of number properties to guess what a number is from given clues.
Number activities involving length, weight, capacity and time which will help to improve children’s mental maths skills and their understanding of measurement.
Test your knowledge of division by creating sums from given digits. An excellent way of improving division skills in a problem solving context.
Good for number bond work and learning multiplication tables. There are a range of different activities available.
A series of different activities all of which involve pupils posting a letter: tens and units; rounding; converting pence to pounds and vice versa.
A great way to practise multiplication tables. Children have to either find the answer to a multiplication question or use the answer to find the question. The site is also useful for ‘quick fire’ number bonds work and deriving division facts.