Links to free to use Maths educational resources, games and activities, covering, Foundation/Pre-school, key stages 1 & 2, grades 1-6, ages 3-11 years. Ideal for parents wanting to improve their child's maths skills at home or to support homeschooling. Lots of cool math games for kids to have fun as they learn
Here are 6 random links from this subject
Addition With Decimals Interactive
Troll is starving, and needs help making a plate at his favorite salad bar. Kids must add food to Troll's plate and correctly align decimal numbers. Once the numbers are aligned, they must add up the total on the receipt, being sure to stay under the maximum target weight on screen.
Show One Half Thirteen Ways Interactive
Click on the triangles in the big square to find thirteen ways to show a half.
Understanding Measures Interactive
In this activity the pupil has to choose the correct unit in which to measure a variety of areas. In the first part of the activity the areas are given as pictures and the user must click on the correct choice of units. In the second part verbal descriptions of areas are given and the pupil has to select the closest estimated answer.
A.M. Or P.M.? Interactive
Listen to or read the question and decide if the time is A.M. or P.M.
Math Match Interactive
Match the shape to it's name. Test your memory against the clock. Has other maths matching activities.
Reading Scales Video
A demonstration of how to read scales. Participants in a maths quiz are asked to read different scales and explain how they worked out their answers. Scales are read on a measuring jug, number lines, weighing scales and from a measuring tape. Not all the points on the scales are labelled so the participants must work out how to read them.