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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

The Change Game

There are different levels of difficulty in this multiple choice game where you need to work out change from varying amounts. The game includes UK money and Euro options.

6-8 year olds
Pupils

ict games

A treasure chest of delightful, free numeracy and literacy games for 5 to 8 year olds.

5-7 year olds
Teachers, Pupils, Parents

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

Sled Dog Dash

Fun missions which will challenge children's listening and reading skills. The user's challenge is to help two children complete missions by using non fiction texts as a guide. There are several adventures to choose from.

6-9 year olds
Pupils

Mental Maths Train

Mental Maths Train is a maths game which focuses on the essential vocabulary of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. A multiple choice game which can give children confidence in the four arithmetic operations.

5-11 year olds
Teachers, Pupils, Parents

Small Town Superheroes

18 mini games to help you with your Key Stage 1 English skills such as suffixes and prefixes, punctuation and sentences.

6-7 year olds
Pupils

Shape Patterns

Shape Patterns is a shapes sequencing game. Complete the pattern of different coloured 2D shapes. There are three levels of difficulty.

3-8 year olds
Pupils

Rocket Rounding

A multiple choice game involving rounding numbers to ten, a hundred and to a whole number. There are two options, one with a number line and the other more difficult level, without one.

7-11 year olds
Pupils

Multiples and Factors

A multiple choice game with two game modes. In the first you need to identify the Lowest Common Multiple and in the second the Highest Common Factor. Questions increase in difficulty depending on accuracy

9-11 year olds
Pupils
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