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A measuring game which can help children to understand how to use a ruler. Children need to measure various objects against a centimetre ruler. Two levels of difficulty with whole centimetre and half centimetre examples.Teaching Clock
Teaching Clock is an open-ended teaching resource to help children explore telling the time in both analogue and digital formats. The digital clocks can be viewed in either 12-hour or 24-hour layout.Christmas Worksheets
We've put together a selection of Christmas-themed maths worksheets. There are counting, ordering, addition, subtraction, data-handling, measuring and symmetry activities. Mostly KS1 but the addition puzzles are suitable for KS2.White Rose Maths Home Learning
The White Rose Maths Team has prepared a series of five maths lessons for each year group from Year 1-8 to help parents with home learning.Robot Addition
Robot Addition is a multiple choice addition game for 5 to 7 year olds. It has three game modes: Addition to 10, Addition to 15 and Addition to 20.Subtraction to 10
This game provides a simple introduction to the concept of subtraction. Each calculation features a subtraction within 10, along with a pictorial representation of the start number.Gingerbread Man Game
Counting and sequencing games where you can learn your numbers to 10. Works well on an interactive whiteboard.Blast Off
Blast Off is a mental maths game for 5 to 8 year olds which can help you to know your two digit numbers and help with addition and subtraction skills. It covers different vocabulary such as more than, less than, count on and count back.Coconut Odd or Even
Coconut Odd or Even can help children identify odd and even numbers. Recognising odd and even numbers is an important number concept in Key Stage 1.Place Value Basketball
Place Value Basketball is a fun, base ten blocks game which helps children aged 5 to 8 to know what each digit in a either a two or three digit number represents.