A simple game where you need to order the numbers from smallest to biggest. The range includes negative numbers.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. Good on an interactive whiteboard.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.Math Lines
This is a great game! You will have lots of fun destroying the balls that add up to 10. See if you can destroy them all by finding all the pairs of numbers. Full screen mode is available in settings.Spin a Number
See if you can beat the computer in this game. It will help you get to know your numbers from 1 to 10.Subtraction on a Number Line
A great teaching tool on an interactive whiteboard for finding the difference between two numbers. Useful for showing counting on for single digit subtraction, bridging tens and up to near multiples of decimals.Maths Fishing
Practise your multiplication skills. The game not only covers times tables but also doubles, squared and cubed numbers.Calculation Balance
An excellent site for addition, subtraction, multiplication and division practice. Good for learning your times tables. Also it is a useful tool for teachers to demonstrate balancing simple equations.Decimals
Drag the decimals in the right order. There are different levels of difficulty.BBC Bitesize Maths Key Stage 2
Two learner guides and fourteen class video clips on place value and decimals.