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Data Handling Games
Carroll Diagrams - Multiples
Sort multiples of selected numbers on the Carroll Diagram. This game will test your times tables knowledge.
2D Shapes Sorting Using Carroll Diagrams
Sort 2D shapes on Carroll diagrams. There are four levels of difficulty and sorting is by two criteria. The criteria change so the games are replayable.
A resource with a teaching demonstration mode and an area where children can practise their skills sorting multiples on a Venn diagram.
Carroll Diagrams - Odd and Even
Sort numbers on these Carroll Diagrams by whether they are odd or even, by place value or by more or less than a given number.
The Vile Vendor Probability Game
The Vending Machine gives vile drinks such as Cabbage, Smelly Sock or Fresh Fish. You need to work out the likelihood of getting each flavour and choose a matching probability word: impossible, unlikely, equal, likely or certain.
The Slushy Sludger
The Sludger serves ice-cream cones. Use your knowledge of statistics and probability to decide what kind of slushy you are likely to get from the choices on offer from the Sludger vending machine.
Interpret data using bar charts. A number of different levels available including two step questions and varying scales. Optional scoring for game playing.
Guardians Defenders of Mathematica
A BBC Bitesize game where you pit your wits and mathematical skills against your enemies with weapons. Mathematical areas covered include: place value, addition and subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, decimals, algebra and more.
What are the odds?
Explore the world of probability with this interactive dice simulator. Use either a 12, 20 or 30 sided dice and throw single or multiple times to generate a table of results for analysis.
Foul Food Maker
You may want to avoid this foul food maker otherwise you may get a serving of fly soup or stinky sammie. See if you can guess the probability of getting these foul meals from the machine.
Conduct a probability experiment by creating a spinner of your own choice and spinning it many times. See how your results compare with the theoretical probability.