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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.

Pupils
5-8 year olds
Fruit Splat Fraction Addition

Splat the fruit in this fractions addition game. There are six levels of difficulty.

Pupils
10-11 year olds
Fruit Splat Subtraction

Splat the fruit with the correct answer to the subtraction questions. There are 7 levels of difficulty including subtraction of two-digit numbers with regrouping.

Pupils
6-8 year olds
Maths is Fun

A useful site if you are struggling with your maths as it explains different areas of maths. You can then work through examples and answers are provided. It is an American site, with something for all age groups. There is useful maths dictionary of terms.

Pupils
5-16 year olds
Dartboard Addition

Use the image of a dartboard to reinforce addition. You can choose to reveal or input the answers.

Teachers, Pupils
5-11 year olds
Primary Resources

Don't miss this wealth of worksheets, ideas, activities and resources for primary teachers. Sections included are literacy, homework, maths, science and art. Some resources are online, others are in PDF format.

Teachers
5-11 year olds
Alien Addition

A quick fire space invader type addition game. It is quite a challenge but will help you learn your number bonds to 20. Great for improving your mental maths skills.

Pupils
5-11 year olds
Maths Invaders

Shoot the spaceship with the correct answer and dodge the incoming fire. A fun game to practise a wide range of key mathematical skills. There are over a hundred carefully differentiated levels.

Pupils
6-11 year olds
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.

Pupils
5-7 year olds
The Difference Bar

Use a linear partitioning tool to help find the difference between pairs of two-digit numbers such as 25 and 34. The examples in the resource always have a difference less than ten. Useful as a teaching resource on an interactive whiteboard.

Pupils
7-9 year olds
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