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Multiplication and Division

Hit the Button Tablet friendly

Quick fire questions on number bonds, doubling, halving, times tables, division facts and square numbers against the clock. Brilliant for improving mental maths and calculation skills.

Number Fact Families Tablet friendly

Can you find all the number fact families? Just the thing for learning the relationship between addition/subtraction and multiplication/division.

Calculation Balance Flash

An excellent site for addition, subtraction, multiplication and division practice. Good for learning your times tables. Also it is a useful tool for teachers to demonstrate balancing simple equations for Key Stage 1 SATs questions.

Function Wheel Flash

A brilliant teaching tool which can help with mental maths and can be used for different ability levels for rounding, decimals, addition, square numbers and much more.

Number Facts Grid Flash

A great teaching tool for demonstrating how addition and multiplication squares work.

Grouping Flash

A teaching resource which demonstrates division of objects by grouping them.

Sharing Flash

This teaching resource has simple division problems where objects are shared out into groups. It includes examples with remainders.

Understanding 1000 Flash

A good teaching tool for demonstrating addition up to 4 digits with carrying. Enter your own numbers and the site demonstrates regrouping.

Dartboard Double and Half Flash

A teaching and learning tool on doubling, halving and rounding.

Camel Times Tables Flash

This game can help children learn their multiplication tables. The solutions demonstrate repeated addition.

Multiplication Explorer Flash

This is a multiplication board game where you need to roll the dice then complete the multiplication arrays or multiplication sentences to move round the board.

Gordon's Multiplication Flash

A good resource for seeing multiplication sums in pictures, both objects and arrays. You can also see how the multiplication sums are recorded.