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The Mental Maths Conveyor Belt Subtraction

Test your mental maths skills. You will need to be able to subtract to work out the problems. There are two levels, the first being multiple choice. At the end of the problems the site gives your score and you may get to play a tennis game.

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Not tablet-friendly

7-11 year olds
Passport Maths

Passport Maths is an early intervention programme for year 7 students who are not secondary-ready in mathematics, helping them to master the basics they may have missed at primary level. There are costs involved for schools.

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Tablet-friendly

11-12 year olds
Magic Squares

Make each row, column and diagonal add up to the magic total. Some magic squares have some numbers already in to get you going.

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Not tablet-friendly

7-11 year olds
Converting Fractions to Decimals

Take care in this futuristic 2111 mission where you need to crack the vault using your knowledge of fractions and decimals.

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Not tablet-friendly

10-11 year olds
Fractions of Something Game

Can you find a fraction of the items in the game? This site is a brilliant teaching tool for use on an interactive whiteboard.

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Not tablet-friendly

7-11 year olds
Telling the Time in Words

A game where you need to tell the time in words. Use language such as 'o'clock', 'half past' and 'quarter to' and compare the analogue time to digital time. The site works very well on an interactive whiteboard.

Teachers

Tablet-friendly

5-11 year olds
Number Sequences

Do you know the order of numbers 1 to 10? Try dragging and dropping the numbers to fill in the gaps in the sequences.

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Not tablet-friendly

3-7 year olds
The Vile Vendor Probability Game

The Vending Machine gives vile drinks such as Cabbage, Smelly Sock or Fresh Fish. You need to work out the likelihood of getting each flavour and choose a matching probability word: impossible, unlikely, equal, likely or certain.

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Tablet-friendly

8-11 year olds
Connect the Dots

Join the dots by counting in twos and see what happens. There are two different levels.

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Not tablet-friendly

5-7 year olds