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Number Line

This is a configurable number line which is useful for teaching addends such as 12 + ? = 20.

Teachers
6-8 year olds
Bead Numbers - Place Value

Bead Numbers is a place value investigation involving a tens and ones abacus. The game provides a good context for encouraging learners to think systematically.

Pupils
6-8 year olds
Thinking of a Number

Guess the number by revealing the clues on the clouds one by one. This site lends itself to use on an interactive whiteboard.

Teachers, Pupils
5-8 year olds
Thinking of a Number

Use inverse operations to work backwards to find the missing number. Useful as a teaching aid on an interactive whiteboard.

Pupils
7-11 year olds
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.

Pupils
6-8 year olds
Shark Numbers

A hundreds, tens and units maths game. Count carefully otherwise the shark will bite your boat.

Pupils
5-7 year olds
Helicopter Rescue

A game which focuses on numbers from up to 10, to up to 100. There are four game modes: Find a Number, Find the Number Between and Count On and Count Back. The counting on and back games reinforce the vocabulary of addition and subtraction.

Pupils
4-8 year olds
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?

Pupils
3-5 year olds
Add and Subtract on a Number Line

Try adding and subtracting near multiples on a number line. Develop mental methods of addition and subtraction by adding and subtracting a multiple of 10 or 100, and then adjusting. Works well on IWB.

Teachers
7-11 year olds
Compare Numbers on a Number Line

Compare numbers on two different number lines and decide which is bigger. A great game to get children thinking about reading varying scales. Useful teaching resource on an interactive whiteboard.

Teachers, Pupils
7-11 year olds
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