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
Sticky Numbers Interactive
Fridge magnet style numbers and symbols for a variety of open ended tasks. Use the notepad to capture equations made.
Fraction Practice Interactive
Place your cursor over the fraction of objects marked with an X. If your answer is right you will see a smiley face.
Bug Multiply Game Interactive
Two player game against the clock. Build your Ladybird before your opponent by answering multiplication questions.
Subtracting 1 From 11 Video
Rodd is playing table football when he discovers that one of the players is injured. Rodd invites the children to help him work out how many players are left on the team, using subtraction. The children ‘blow down’ one of Rodd’s playpeople footballers, and then join in a ‘keepy-uppy’ game involving a number track. The children can join in Rodd’s number rap about ‘11 take away 1’.
Ten Fat Sausages Interactive
Count the sausages sizzling in the pan and click on the correct number then listen to the song, nice sound effects.
Ladybird Spots Interactive
Put the spots on the ladybirds
These ladybirds have lost half their spots. Put them back on... PLEASE.