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Count to Ten

A game where you need to match the sets of objects with the numbers 1 to 10.

Pupils

Not tablet friendly

3-7 year olds
Dartboard Double and Half

A teaching and learning tool on doubling and halving. Good for use on an interactive whiteboard.

Teachers, Pupils

Not tablet friendly

6-11 year olds
Counting in Ones

Help teddy with his counting so that he can have an ice-cream. A simple little maths game that will help your counting to 10.

Pupils

Not tablet friendly

3-7 year olds
Bingo - Addition

Excellent for whole class addition mental maths for use on an interactive whiteboard. Levels are carefully progressive from single digit addition to decimal addition and HTU and TU addition. It can improve mathematical vocabulary.

Teachers

Not tablet friendly

5-11 year olds
Adding Two Dice

You have a minute to add up the totals on the dice. You can choose to add up doubles if you like.

Pupils

Not tablet friendly

3-7 year olds
Loop Cards

Fantastic for improving your mental maths. Complete the loop against the clock. All types of calculations. You play the game similar to dominoes.

Teachers, Pupils

Not tablet friendly

5-11 year olds
The Story of 7

Look at this lovely site if you are learning about the number 7. There is a story where you can count and games to play. See how the number 7 is written.

Teachers, Pupils, Parents

Not tablet friendly

3-7 year olds
The Story of 1

The site introduces the number 1 through a story and activities which follow. It lends itself well to being displayed on an interactive whiteboard.

Teachers, Pupils

Not tablet friendly

3-5 year olds
Functional Relationships

A series of PowerPoint presentations each with accompanying activities and worksheets that help students understand functional relationships such as linear sequences, number patterns, simplifying expressions and more.

Teachers

Tablet friendly

11-14 year olds
Identify 11 to 30

Do you know your numbers to 30? Count the objects which are arranged in tens and ones and then click on the number that tells how many.

Pupils

Not tablet friendly

5-7 year olds
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