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Mental Maths Train

Mental Maths Train is a maths game which focuses on the essential vocabulary of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. A multiple choice game which can give children confidence in the four arithmetic operations.

Teachers, Pupils, Parents
5-11 year olds
5 Times Table

Pupils
6-7 year olds
Martin Luther King

A profile of Martin Luther King from Time Magazine. It tells of how he led a mass struggle for racial equality in America.

Teachers, Pupils
14-18 year olds
Coconut Multiples

Coconut Multiples can reinforce children's knowledge of times tables by helping them to recognise the multiples from each table. Select either multiples from times tables up to 10 or 12.

Pupils
6-11 year olds
Fishy Times Tables

A clever interactive which demonstrates times tables up to 10 x 10. It is useful for showing the commutative law of multiplication which means you can multiply numbers in any order and the answer is the same.

Teachers, Pupils
6-10 year olds

Word problems where you need to read the time on either an analogue or digital clock and then answer a word problem involving adding a given time.

Teachers
7-11 year olds
Find the Start Time

A maths game where you need to find the start time after a given time interval. Find the correct time on an analogue or digital clock. Lots of choice of level, including: subtracting 1 hour, multiples of 5, or 10 minutes and more.

Teachers
7-11 year olds

Shoot the spaceship with the correct answer and dodge the incoming fire. A fun game to practise a wide range of key mathematical skills. There are over a hundred carefully differentiated levels.

Pupils
6-11 year olds
Undercover Time Explorer

Go back in time to help prepare a feast of food and drink for Henry VIII in his Tudor kitchens at Hampton Court palace. Don't make the wrong choices or you could lose your job as a servant to the king.

Pupils
7-11 year olds
A Walk Through Time - The Evolution of Time Measurement

This presentation traces the history of time keeping from the earliest clocks to present day. It explains ancient calendars and time zones.

Teachers, Pupils
11-16 year olds