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Compare Decimals

Draw greater than and less than signs before the time bar runs out to compare decimals.

10-11 year olds

Decimal Demonstrator

A useful teaching tool to demonstrate decimals and place value.

8-11 year olds

Match Fractions, Decimals and Percentages

A matching game which can help you to recognise equivalence of fractions, decimals and percentages. Displays well on interactive whiteboard.

7-11 year olds

Moving Digit Cards

An interactive whiteboard teaching aid for place value. It demonstrates the effect of multiplying and dividing whole or decimal numbers by 0.1, 10 or 100. The columns headed by letters are incorrectly labelled.

7-14 year olds

Place Value Chart Decimals

A place value teaching tool which is useful for demonstrating the value of decimal placings on an interactive whiteboard. You can easily multiply and divide by 10.

10-16 year olds

Place Value Charts

A brilliant resource for learning or teaching place value. Excellent for teachers and pupils alike. Suitable for use on an interactive whiteboard, desktops or tablets. Different levels of difficulty which include decimals. UK and US versions.

6-11 year olds
Teachers, Pupils

Caterpillar Ordering

A flexible game for ordering numbers and for number sequences. Fantastic on an interactive whiteboard. Levels range from ordering and sequencing numbers to 5 up to decimals.

4-11 year olds
Teachers, Pupils

Coconut Ordering

Compare and order different numbers, including decimal numbers, and metric quantities involving length, mass, capacity and money. Includes UK, Euro and Dollar currencies.

5-11 year olds

Maths Choppity Chop

This game covers a selection of maths questions such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, doubling and more. Answer the questions then chop the vegetables but avoid the steel bar and saw.

6-11 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.

5-16 year olds
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