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Hide and Seek

A counting game where you need to find from zero to 10 animals, the corresponding numeral and matching number word. You will need to look carefully to find everything.

Pupils
4-6 year olds
Happy Camel

Help the camel to find his toy by weighing his food on the balance scales. A good problem solving game.

Pupils
4-6 year olds
Ten Frame Modeller

The Ten Frame Modeller is a useful teaching tool to help children visualise numbers within 10 and also 20. It can be used for counting, addition, subtraction and missing number problems.

Pupils
4-6 year olds
5 Fat Sausages

This is a one less action rhyme which can be played to accompany the song. Alternatively the game can be played with 10 sausages. It could be used to predict subtraction to 10 when children are learning number bonds to 10.

Pupils, Parents
3-6 year olds
Tree Tool

A teacher tool where you can demonstrate addition and subtraction by dragging items from the dock onto the scene. Subtract items by dragging them into the bin.

Teachers, Parents
4-6 year olds
Dice

This is a virtual dice manipulative where you can choose dice with dots or numbers and seemly as many as you want. A useful tool especially for adding 3 single digit numbers.

Pupils
5-8 year olds
Okta's Rescue

Use your counting skills to save Okta and his friends. You need to count them to move them to a safe ocean. When you have finished counting use the number line to see how many you have saved altogether.

Pupils
5-6 year olds
Puppy School Obstacle Course

This short video gives an introduction to ordinal numbers and provides an opportunity to discuss 2D and 3D shapes. It is intended to be viewed with adult support.

Pupils, Parents
4-6 year olds
Hat Grab

A Curious George game which introduces the idea of data collection and block graphs. It uses the vocabulary of most and least. It is also useful for helping children to follow instructions.

Pupils
2-5 year olds
Grover's Winter Games

This game is probably suitable more for use at home than at school. It has three parts. The first has number to 15 number recognition activities, the second has shape patterns to complete and the third tests a child's ability to follow instructions.

Pupils
4-5 year olds
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