A useful site for key stage one teachers to use in the mental maths part of numeracy lessons. Particularly useful on an interactive whiteboard you can ask the question 'What number comes next?' The site displays a virtual counting stick.Test yourself on Maths SATs questions
Sample Key Stage 2 Maths questions taken from past SATs tests.Measuring Cylinder
A teacher demonstration tool for reading scales on a measuring cylinder. Useful when used on an interactive whiteboard.Triangle Sort
You can learn how Venn Diagrams work here when you have to sort the 2D shapes into two groups: triangles and other shapes.Count on me!
Activities to help children learn their number bonds to 10. There is a pairs game with number and picture prompts and problem solving using the number facts to 10. Good on an interactive whiteboard.Numbers to 20
The site begins by going through the numbers to 20. After that it looks at each number. You can listen to the name of the number and see how it is written. Each number is represented by a corresponding number of objects.Big and Small
A resource which looks at mathematical vocabulary 'big' and 'small', 'short' and 'tall'. It is introduced through a story and then pupils can complete sorting and ordering activities. There are worksheets and the site works well on a large screen display.Simple Patterns
Can you finish the shape and picture patterns? Look carefully at the colours too. Print out your own patterns worksheets. Works well on an interactive whiteboard.What's the Time?
Sequencing activities based round a child's day. It is a Welsh site and has a Welsh counting section, but the rest of the site is appropriate to other areas of the UK. Used with an interactive whiteboard it gives lots of opportunity for class discussion.The Building Game
A 3D shape sorting game where children have to differentiate between different shapes and colours.