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Sequencing Numbers

Chinese Dragon Game

Chinese Dragon Game is an ordering and sequencing numbers game based on the Chinese New Year dragon theme.

Caterpillar Ordering

A flexible game for ordering numbers and for number sequences. Fantastic on an interactive whiteboard and tablet friendly. Varying levels of difficulty make it suitable for all primary age groups.

Number Sequences

Brilliant for practising number sequences. Lots of different levels. Good for SATs revision. Best displayed in full-screen mode.

Number Line

A great number line to practise counting in ones, twos, threes up to tens. Children can watch how the frog jumps to each new number.

Counting Stick

A teaching tool to help with number sequences which go up or down. The counting sticks are either vertical or horizontal. There are different levels of difficulty from very simple to including negative numbers.

Snowflake Sequences

A good site for helping you to work out number sequences. It offers a good range of number patterns.

The Maths Teacher's Toolkit

A compilation of useful Flash resources to support whole class teaching. There is a great interactive number line, a resource for sequencing numbers and more.


A hundred square with movable counters and lots of different ideas on how you can use this as a teaching aid.

Splat Square

An interactive hundred square teaching tool for exploring number patterns.

Multiple Matrix

A game which can help multiplication facts. It can show multiplication patterns in a hundreds square. Try the questions to find the sets of multiples under 100.

Count Along to 100

This game can help children learn your numbers to 100 and see how they are arranged on a 100 square. Useful for KS1 SATs revision.

Adventure Sequences

A number sequencing game which has 3 levels of difficulty. Quite good for helping children to spot the pattern of numbers and it can help with odd and even numbers too.

Cheeky Monkey Number Sequences

A number sequence game where the user needs to spot the next two numbers in the series. Not interactive as you only have to click to reveal the next numbers, however it is a useful tool for lesson starters or plenary activities. Three difficulty levels.

Sequence Game

Sequence activities involving shapes, letters and identifying colours.

Rachel Rocket

A great little game for demonstrating counting in twos. If it doesn't load in full screen view press F11.

Counting Machine

A good demonstration tool for teachers to ask the question 'What number comes next in the sequence?' The site displays a virtual counting stick.