The Teddy Numbers game can help you to learn numbers to 15. Learn the digits and words for the numbers and it game can help you learn to count too.
Hit the Button
Quick fire questions on number bonds, doubling, halving, times tables, division facts and square numbers against the clock. Brilliant for improving mental maths and calculation skills, but particularly times tables either up to 10 or up to 12 times.
Subtraction to 10
This game provides a simple introduction to the concept of subtraction. Each calculation features a subtraction within 10, along with a pictorial representation of the start number.
5 Fat Sausages
This is a one less action rhyme which can be played to accompany the song. Alternatively the game can be played with 10 sausages. It could be used to predict subtraction to 10 when children are learning number bonds to 10.
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.
Can you find the treasure? You need to count the underwater creatures. This game has two levels: Count to 5 and Count to 10.
Daily 10 has maths questions on a range of maths concepts: addition, subtraction, ordering, partitioning, digit values, rounding, multiplication, division, doubles, halves and fractions. Great starter or plenary activity. Useful for mental maths.
Try addition and multiplication calculations on this number balance by arranging the blue tags. Great for consolidating number bonds to 10. The free play option is useful as a teacher aid for demonstrating the commutative property of multiplication.
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.
A great teaching resource which helps children to understand place value. It uses hundreds, tens and ones blocks. It's great for demonstrating decomposition as you can break apart the pieces.