## Target Number

This is a straightforward number game for 2-4 players. You need 4 sets of 0-9 digit cards, a sand timer (or stopwatch) and individual whiteboards (or notepaper). Read more »

## Findor's Trilogy

Its back!

Findor's Quest has returned - bigger and better!
What set out as an 'Hobbity Bonus' at the end of our Christmas 2012 eBook has grown into a full A5 trilogy.

Okay, here's the story: Findor is a Hobbit - a very, very distant relative to some of those more famous Hobbits you may have heard about.

## Think of a Number!

There are hundreds of versions of "Think of a Number..." tricks. This one is perfect for Friday 13th. When I used it some years ago, the children wanted to know how it was done, not just to satisfy their curiosity, but so they could share it with their families. The wanted to enjoy using the 'secret'. So there's motivation in the magic.

Of course, simply telling how a number trick works is fine for some children, but for most it is the problem solving opportunities that are important. Read more »

## Favourites

#### We are always trying to think of ways to make things easier for our members..

So, here's a quick note to let you all know that we have added a 'favourites' feature for all our registered members. You can find it at the top-right of most of our pages.

Now you can instantly bookmark any resource or page and easily find it again. Your list of Favourites will be there next time you log in too!

## Reindeer Rounding

This is a Christmas themed maths resource based on rounding to the nearest 10 or 100. Read more »

## Christmas 2013

It's here. Our Christmas Special eBook for 2013 has arrived!

As no doubt you know by now, the package includes all the usual wonderment + a little mathsticks thinking. We have a fun mix of games, problems and puzzles.

£4.00

## Pairs to 100 (and 1)

This resource consists of 100 cards grouped into pairs of numbers which sum to 100.

Print and cut out some or all of the cards - you may, for example, only choose to use specific pairs of numbers:

10-90, 20-80, 30-70... or
9-91, 19-81, 29-71... or
1-99, 11-89, 21-79... for example