number bonds

 

Number Bonds Game Boards

Here we have further developed out Bonds to 10 Rocket Game to offer a full set of seven Bond game board-games. Read more »

100 square with written numbers rather than numeralsHere's a couple of alternative 100-squares; this time featuring written numbers rather than numerals. Yes, these 100 squares go from one to one-hundred instead of 1 to 100. Perfect to support children getting to grips with number names. Read more »

100 square maths resourceI find it hard to believe mathsticks has been going for so long and we haven't ever published any 100 square jigsaws.

Well, it's obviously time we corrected that particular injustice. So, here are four of them. Read more »

times tables gameHere’s an excellent game to help children develop their use of the multiplication tables.

Give a pair of children the grid of numbers, illustrated below. Each player also needs a set of coloured counters.

They take it in turns to identify a square where they want to place one of their counters. In order to keep the counter there they must correctly state two factors that produce that specific product. Read more »

I'm thinking of a numberThis is an update on the well-known “I’m thinking of a number between 1 and 100” game. In the original number game children are helped to ask a series of sensible questions in order to determine the ‘secret’-thought-of number. Read more »

Follow MeThe follow me circle game has quickly become favourite maths activity in most Primary schools. Yes, it is the quality of the organisation, teaching and questioning that makes the activity so powerful. On a number of occasions I have seen this activity carried out with the questions written on post-it notes, or simply scraps of paper. Read more »

mental and oral maths

Here's a versatile idea that helps children use and apply their knowledge of fractions or percentages in a surprisingly fun way. You begin by showing the children something that appears to be a word puzzle, but actually contains some covert mathematics. Read more »

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