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Number Rack

A fantastic abacus type resource of moveable, coloured beads that encourage learners to think in groups of fives and tens. It can help children to explore a variety of addition and subtraction strategies. Great IWB teaching tool.

Teachers, Pupils
5-9 year olds
Symmetry Matching

Symmetry matching game involving mirroring pictures, shapes and patterns along lines of symmetry.

Teachers, Pupils
4-8 year olds
Symmetry Sorting

Sort the pictures, shapes and letters into symmetrical and not symmetrical sets.

Pupils
6-8 year olds
Number Fact Families

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

Pupils
6-11 year olds
BBC Teach

BBC Teach features more than 1500 video clips from across 22 subjects to support teachers around the UK - completely free.

Teachers
5-11 year olds
Arithmetic - Multiplication, Division, Factoring

Three different arithmetic games which will test your knowledge of times tables up to 12 times. You can work through different levels to build up your skills.

Pupils
6-11 year olds
Coins Game

Coins game is a money game which introduces children to coinage in British, Australian, American and Euro currencies. There are three modes: Sorting, Ordering and Counting money.

Teachers, Pupils
4-10 year olds
Premier League Primary Stars

Premier League Primary Stars uses the inspiration and fun of sport to connect pupils’ learning to the world around them. Find easy-to-use resources for your pupils for literacy, maths, PE and PSHE.

Teachers
5-11 year olds
Telling the Time

Read the time on an analogue clock and match with digital time. Different levels of difficulty. Options include using a 24 hour clock and seeing how many correct answers you can get in a given time.

Pupils
6-11 year olds
ITP Coordinates

This resource from Mathsframe allows you to use a marker to identify the coordinates of points on different grids. You can mark points and draw lines and shapes in either 1, 2 or 4 quadrants.

Teachers, Pupils
6-11 year olds
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