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Higher and Lower

How good are you at ordering numbers? Lots of examples to try from simple ordering numbers to 10 to fractions, decimals or negative and positive numbers. Please be aware the input numbers section is faulty.

Teachers, Pupils
3-11 year olds
Compose and Decompose Numbers

A place value game which can help you to understand tens and ones.

Pupils
6-7 year olds
What are odd and even numbers?

A Bitesize feature which explains how even numbers divide between two and odd don't. Try your hand at making the monkeys happy.

Pupils
6-7 year olds
Maths Fishing

Practise your multiplication skills. The game not only covers times tables but also doubles, squared and cubed numbers.

Pupils
5-11 year olds
BBC Bitesize Maths Key Stage 2

Two learner guides and fourteen class video clips on place value and decimals.

Pupils
7-11 year olds
Apple Picking

A missing numbers game which focuses on numbers from 0 to 20. Children are presented with a series of numbers and have to select the apple to find the missing number.

Pupils
3-5 year olds
Ten Frames

A very versatile teaching tool which has 5, 10, 20 and 100 frames or grids as the facility to make your own custom frame. It could be used for addition especially number bonds, subtraction as well as creating multiplication arrays.

Teachers, Pupils
5-9 year olds
Coconut Odd or Even

Coconut Odd or Even can help children identify odd and even numbers. Recognising odd and even numbers is an important number concept in Key Stage 1.

Pupils
5-7 year olds
Dartboard Multiplication

Are you up for the challenge? Sharpen up your skills with these games which really test your knowledge of multiplication tables. Don't forget to put your number in the centre. Works well on IWB.

Teachers
7-11 year olds
Hit the Button Maths App

App version of our popular Hit the Button game. Available on iPad, Android, Windows and Mac. Topics include number bonds, times tables, division, doubling, halving and square numbers. Covers up to 12 x tables.

Teachers, Parents
5-11 year olds
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