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Learning Numbers Through Play

Help your child learn numbers through play activities with this guide for parents by Topmarks.

Parents

Tablet-friendly

3-7 year olds
Number Time

Interactive numeracy activities for 4-7 year olds, introducing them to early number work. There are advice pages for parents and teachers to use the games to their full potential.

Teachers, Pupils, Parents

Not tablet-friendly

3-7 year olds
Spark Island

Spark Island learning adventures online are designed for primary aged children to learn at home or school.

Teachers, Pupils, Parents

Not tablet-friendly

5-11 year olds
What's my Angle

A great way to learn how to use a protractor. There is a tutorial on its use and then you can practise reading some angles.

Pupils

Not tablet-friendly

7-11 year olds
Guess the Number

In this game see how many turns it takes you to guess the number. It will help your estimation and halving. You can put in your own numbers to make it as easy or hard as you like.

Pupils

Not tablet-friendly

5-11 year olds
Two Less Than

An early years number game where a child has to find two less than a given number. There is a number line to help with counting back.

Pupils

Not tablet-friendly

3-7 year olds
Tessellation Town

A delightful site where you need to rebuild Tessellation Town by putting the shapes back together again. You will have fun and be able to print out some great tessellating patterns. It tells you how to create tessellations of your own.

Pupils

Not tablet-friendly

5-11 year olds
United Kingdom Mathematics Trust

Enter your budding mathematicians in national mathematics competitions for 11 - 18 year olds. You can view past papers to assess the standard.

Teachers

Tablet-friendly

11-18 year olds
Lifeguards

A place-value game where you need to rescue the struggling swimmers. Read how many tens and ones on the radar screen before you throw a life-line.

Pupils

Not tablet-friendly

5-7 year olds
Measures

Do you have problems understanding different measures? This maths booster activity can help you learn different units of metric measurement. You need to spell the names of the measures in full rather than the shortened versions.

Pupils

Not tablet-friendly

7-11 year olds