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Addition

Repair the water slide by working out the number bonds. Start by finding the number bonds to 20, then 100 and then to other two digit numbers. This game will help your mental maths skills.

Pupils

Not tablet-friendly

7-9 year olds
Random Trigonometry Problems

A clever website which generates an endless sequence of trigonometry problems in right-angled triangles. Find either angles or sides. It includes an optional on-screen calculator and provides the solution where you can check your answer.

Pupils

Not tablet-friendly

11-16 year olds
A Tangled Web

Help Itzi the spider rescue his family by solving the angles puzzles. Progressive levels from angles basics, angles between parallel lines, angles in quadrilaterals, polygons and circles.

Pupils

Not tablet-friendly

11-16 year olds
The Tale of Red Riding Hood

The story of Little Red Riding Hood narrated in rhyme.

Pupils

Not tablet-friendly

0 year olds
Identification Keys

See if you can place the animals on the identification key and then design one of your own by noticing the differences in the features of various dinosaurs.

Pupils

Not tablet-friendly

6-8 year olds
Sorting Box

Sort the rocks into the right boxes according to their colour.

Pupils

Tablet-friendly

2-4 year olds
Antonym Splat

See if you can find all the antonyms (opposites) in this word game.

Pupils

Not tablet-friendly

7-11 year olds
Learn Cricket

A great site if you want to learn the skills and techniques involved in the game of cricket. There are video clips and photographs and coaching points for each skill.

Teachers, Pupils

Tablet-friendly

7-14 year olds
Brilliant Bodies

Three Flash games about the human body. They can help you learn the names of different parts of your body. You can see the game in full-screen mode. Aimed at 4 - 5 year olds.

Pupils

Not tablet-friendly

3-5 year olds
Place Value Basketball

Place Value Basketball is a fun, base ten blocks game which helps children aged 5 to 8 to know what each digit in a either a two or three digit number represents.

Teachers, Pupils

Tablet-friendly

5-8 year olds
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