maths activity - using and applying - problem solvingIt is quite a while since we first posted details of our first 'Number Properties' activity (Using and Applying: Number Properties). That particular resource has always proven very popular and we have often been asked if we intended to produce more. Read more »

Doubling and Halving gameThis is an entertaining maths game intended for Y1 children who are learning their 'doubles'. The focus should enable the children to develop their understanding of doubles from 1+1 to 10+10, as well as using the mathematical terms 'double' and 'half'.

You will need a copy of the game-board (attached as a downloadable file), a dice and a set of counters. Read more »

Free Maths Game BoardsOur previous blank maths Game Boards have proven so popular we decided to put together a larger collection in the form of an eBook.

Here, we are offering a free sample of 6* new boards - the complete eBook contains 26 high quality game boards - check out the full details here: Blank Game Boards Pack. Read more »

maths bookmarksOne of the keys to really enjoying maths work is to help children to see the fun they can have with numbers. Just like we take every possible opportunity to engage children in reading, they should be encouraged to play with numbers wherever and whenever they see them. Read more »

place value maths gameThis is a simple Top Trumps-style maths game with the focus on helping children to understand Place Value. Read more »

protractors and angle  measurementIf you have every spent time trying to help children to use a protractor you will know how tricky a skill it is to teach. Here's a fantastic maths resource from one of our members that takes much of the pain out of that.

Jason came up with this when he was teaching his Y4 children to measure angles. Here's how he describes it: Read more »

place value gameHere's another very useful Place Value game. This one focused primarily on reading numbers and recognizing 'place value'. The game follows the familiar "I have... Who has?" format.

The children are given a selection of cards, each with a "I have..." statement, a number and then a "Who has...?" question. Read more »

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