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Ordering and Sequencing Games
A flexible game for ordering numbers and for number sequences. Fantastic on an interactive whiteboard. Early levels involve ordering numbers up to 5.
Great number square games which will help you to find numbers up to 100 on the number square and count on and back. It can help you with adding tens and ones and learning to count to 100.
Compare and order different numbers, including decimal numbers, and metric quantities involving length, mass, capacity and money. Includes UK, Euro and Dollar currencies.
Three different counting, matching and ordering maths games based on the numbers 1 to 10 for early years children.
Shape Patterns is a sequencing game where children from 3 to 8 years of age need to complete the pattern of different coloured 2D shapes. Three levels of difficulty.
Paint the Squares
There are various sized interactive grids up to 120, all of which are configurable. They include a regular 100 square, a negative numbers grid and decimal numbers.
Build a tower with the blocks in the correct order from smallest to largest. Suitable for Year 2 to Year 6.
Placing Numbers on a Number Line
A versatile number line that can be used at many different levels beginning at numbers 1 to 10 up to fractions, decimals and negative numbers. Place numbers on a number line and see how close you can get.
Chinese Dragon Game
Chinese Dragon Game is an ordering and sequencing numbers game based on the Chinese New Year dragon theme.
A multiple choice game involving rounding numbers to ten, a hundred and to a whole number. There are two options, one with a number line and the other more difficult level, without one.
Grover's Winter Games
This game is probably suitable more for use at home than at school. It has three parts. The first has number to 15 number recognition activities, the second has shape patterns to complete and the third tests a child's ability to follow instructions.
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 your own numbers section is faulty.
A Christmas edition of our Shape Patterns game. This is a sequencing game where children from 3 to 8 years of age need to complete a sequence of Christmas icons by finding the missing shape. Excellent for logic and problem solving.
Make a train by sequencing the numbers 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.