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Spring Maths

Counting, ordering, sequencing, number bonds, addition, subtraction, multiplication and more, all set around the theme of Spring.

5-9 year olds
Monty's Maths Wall

A good game for practising a wide range of mathematical skills including multiplication, addition, reading numbers, subtraction, fractions of numbers, division, decimals and percentages and simplifying fractions and more.

6-11 year olds
Guardians Defenders of Mathematica

A BBC Bitesize game where you pit your wits and mathematical skills against your enemies with weapons. Mathematical areas covered include: place value, addition and subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, decimals, algebra and more.

9-11 year olds
Tree Tool

A teacher tool where you can demonstrate addition and subtraction by dragging items from the dock onto the scene. Subtract items by dragging them into the bin.

Teachers, Parents
4-6 year olds
Two-Colour Counters

An interactive where you can choose both red and yellow draggable counters. The use is open-ended but ideas include addition, difference, multiplication and division.

5-7 year olds
Random Spinners

Spin from 1 - 4 spinners. With the built in activities you need to find the rule to produce a result using addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.

7-11 year olds
Fruit Splat - Compare Equations

Compare the addition, subtraction and multiplication equations by using the greater than, less than or equals to signs. Use either the timed or untimed mode.

7-9 year olds

Designed for use with an interactive whiteboard this is a great resource for demonstrating place value including decimals, counting, addition and subtraction.

5-11 year olds
Post Sorting

Sort the mail into the correct post boxes by working out simple addition, subtraction and division calculations as well as multiples. A resource which is great for use on interactive whiteboards too.

Teachers, Pupils
5-10 year olds
Add and Subtract on a Number Line

Try adding and subtracting near multiples on a number line. Develop mental methods of addition and subtraction by adding and subtracting a multiple of 10 or 100, and then adjusting. Works well on IWB.

7-11 year olds
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