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Three different counting, matching and ordering maths games based on the numbers 1 to 10 for early years children.Chinese Dragon Game
Chinese Dragon Game is an ordering and sequencing numbers game based on the Chinese New Year dragon theme.Number Pieces
A great teaching resource which helps children to understand place value. It uses hundreds, tens and ones blocks. It's great for demonstrating decomposition as you can break apart the pieces.Toy Shop Money Game
Money games where children work out which coins will buy toy shop items and where they can calculate change. Tablet-friendly and with different levels of difficulty. USD, EURO and AUD options also available.The Fuse School
A growing range of free secondary age group teaching videos on maths, biology, physics and chemistry. The functional maths section is also suitable for primary pupils.Paint the Squares
There are various sized interactive grids up to 120, all of which are configurable. They include a regular 100 square, a negative numbers grid, decimal numbers and puzzles. Ideal for starter or plenary activity.Coconut Ordering
Compare and order different numbers, including decimal numbers, and metric quantities involving length, mass, capacity and money. Includes UK, Euro and Dollar currencies.Helicopter Rescue
A game which focuses on numbers from up to 10, to up to 100. There are four game modes: Find a Number, Find the Number Between and Count On and Count Back. The counting on and back games reinforce the vocabulary of addition and subtraction.Daily 10
Daily 10 has maths questions on a range of maths concepts: addition, subtraction, ordering, partitioning, digit values, rounding, multiplication, division, doubles, halves and fractions. Great starter or plenary activity. Useful for mental maths.Shape Monsters
The Shape Monsters game is an introduction to 2D shapes for young children. Children need to feed the monsters with the correct shapes. The monsters then say the name of the shape they've eaten.