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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.

5-8 year olds
Pupils

Bon-Go Go Go!

Can you count up to 10? Count the bongo drum beats to find out.

3-5 year olds
Pupils, Parents

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.

5-11 year olds
Teachers, Pupils

3-2-1 Snack

A fun early counting game where children practise counting to 6.

3-4 year olds
Teachers, Pupils, Parents

Num Tanga Junior

Match the pairs which could be numerals, numbers as words, ten frames, base ten or fingers on hands. There are different levels the highest of which goes up to 20.

4-6 year olds
Pupils

100 Bead Rekenrek

A great teaching tool for helping children to understand two-digit numbers, place value, doubling, halving, counting in 5s and 10s, and more.

6-9 year olds
Pupils

Gingerbread Man Game

Counting and sequencing games where you can learn your numbers to 10. Works well on an interactive whiteboard.

3-5 year olds
Teachers, Pupils

Bud's Number Garden

Join Bud the bee to explore his magical garden and practise recognising numbers, counting, sequencing and much more! How many creepy crawlies are hiding in the leaf pile? How many eggs are left to hatch?

3-5 year olds
Pupils

Number Trains

Make a train by sequencing the mumbers on their carriages. The numbers are represented in a range of formats such as words, numerals, dice dots or counting frames. The levels progress in difficulty. Level 5 has sequences of twos, fives and tens.

6-8 year olds
Pupils

Home Time Ladybirds

Count the spots on the ladybirds and drag them to the correct houses. The maximum number of spots is 9 and children will need to subitise to work out the total on each ladybird.

3-5 year olds
Pupils
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