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Teddy Numbers

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.

Pupils, Parents
3-5 year olds
Number Pieces

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.

5-7 year olds
Numbers to Words Fruit Splat

Match numbers to the fruits to the target number words. There are four levels of difficulty: 1-10, 1-20, 1-100 and 1-1000.

6-9 year olds
Number Spinners

This resource from Mathsframe generates random numbers using ‘spinners’ with 3, 4, 5 or 6 sides. Up to three spinners can be used in many ways, such as generating addition, multiplication or up to three digit numbers.

5-11 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.

6-8 year olds
Number Frames

Number Frames help students structure numbers to five, ten, twenty, and one hundred. Useful as a teaching resource on an interactive whiteboard.

Teachers, Pupils
5-8 year olds
Number Balance

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.

6-9 year olds
Number Line

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

6-8 year olds
Skillswise Word Grammar

Games, short videos and quizzes from the BBC to help adults improve their knowledge of parts of speech such as nouns, adjectives and the like. The games are useful for children too.

Teachers, Pupils
7-16 year olds
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
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