Mixed Mental Maths Tarsia GameQuick View

Mixed Mental Maths Tarsia Game

This resource is differentiated six ways and covers a range of objectives for Year 2, Year 4 and Year 6 including addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. You can find more mental maths resources here: https://classroomsecrets.co.uk/search/?fwp_search=mental%20maths
Addition and Subtraction Math GamesQuick View

Addition and Subtraction Math Games

Addition & Subtraction Dice Games for Maths. 4-in-a-row Gameboards ♦ 14 Different Gameboards. ♦ Equipment needed – dice, counters, gameboard ♦ Suitable for 2 players ♦ All games are provided in both colour and black and white. How to Play: 1. Player A rolls the dice. 2. Player A looks at the dice picture on the left side of the board and works out the required sum. 3. Player A finds the answer to the sum on the gameboard and covers one of those squares with his/her counter. 4. Player B has their turn. 5. Players continue to take turns. The winner is the first player to get 4 of their counters in a row. The Gameboards: ♦ dice + 1 1+1, 2+1, 3+1, 4+1, 5+1, 6+1 ♦ 5 + dice 5+1, 5+2, 5+3, 5+4, 5+5, 5+6 ♦ 10 + dice 10+1, 10+2, 10+3, 10+4, 10+5, 10+6 ♦ 10 – dice 10-1, 10-2, 10-3, 10-4, 10-5, 10-6 ♦ 20 + dice 20+1, 20+2, 20+3, 20+4, 20+5, 20+6 ♦ 20 – dice 20-1, 20-2, 20-3, 20-4, 20-5, 20-6 ♦ 100 + dice 100+1, 100+2, 100+3, 100+4, 100+5, 100+6 ♦ 100 – dice 100-1, 100-2, 100-3, 100-4, 100-5, 100-6 ♦ 100 + (dice x 10) 100+10, 100+20, 100+30, 100+40, 100+50, 100+60 ♦ 100 – (dice x 10) 100-10, 100-20, 100-30, 100-40, 100-50, 100-60 ♦ Doubles 1+1, 2+2, 3+3, 4+4, 5+5, 6+6 ♦ 9 + dice 9+1, 9+2, 9+3, 9+4, 9+5, 9+6 ♦ 19 + dice 19+1, 19+2, 19+3, 19+4, 19+5, 19+6 ♦ 99 + dice 99+1, 99+2, 99+3, 99+4, 99+5, 99+6 © Suzanne Welch Teaching Resources
Jack and the Beanstalk Maths GameQuick View

Jack and the Beanstalk Maths Game

Maths Game pdf with simple instructions. Children move around the board following simple maths instructions to add or subtract leaves from their beanstalk boards. Game board should be printed out A3 or ‘blown up’ to that size. Beanstalk boards are A4. Full instructions included. All text and numbers are in Sassoon Infant font
Addition Games NO PREP Math GamesQuick View

Addition Games NO PREP Math Games

Addition Games NO PREP Math Games - Pairs and Trios by Games 4 Learning This collection of addition games contains 25 Addition Games that review a variety of addition skills adding to 20. These are black and white, PRINT and PLAY math games. They require NO PREP. Just print and hand out. ***PLEASE NOTE: This collection of Addition Games contains versions with UK / Australian spelling and also US spelling. *** The games included are: Dinosaur Pairs – Addition to 10 Cupcake Pairs – Addition to 11 Bee Pairs – Addition to 12 Dragonfly Pairs – Addition to 13 Balloon Pairs – Addition to 14 Starfish Pairs – Addition to 15 Hedgehog Pairs – Addition to 16 Snowman Pairs – Addition to 17 Kitten Pairs – Addition to 18 Flip Flop Pairs – Addition to 19 Farm Animals Pairs – Addition to 20 At Sea Pairs and Trios – Addition to 10 Zoo Pairs and Trios – Addition to 11 Rainy Day Pairs and Trios – Addition to 12 Butterfly Pairs and Trios – Addition to 13 Snake Pairs and Trios – Addition to 14 Zoo Time Pairs and Trios – Addition to 15 Pirate Pairs and Trios – Addition to 16 Skating Pairs and Trios – Addition to 17 Party Pairs and Trios – Addition to 18 Candy Pairs and Trios – Addition to 19 In the Sea Pairs and Trios – Addition to 20 Roll and Colour Pairs – Addition of 2 Numbers up to 12 Roll and Colour Trios – Addition of 3 Numbers up to 12 Roll and Colour Pairs and Trios – Addition of 2 or 3 Numbers up to 12 Three Bonus Games are included - a coloured math board game for addition - 2 more print and play, no prep games sheets Just print the addition game and they are ready to play. All that these addition games require to play them is pencils and a few games also require dice. I hope the students enjoy these addition games!
Dice Cricket Maths GameQuick View

Dice Cricket Maths Game

A fun game of dice cricket with PowerPoint to explain the rules and scorecards for multiple games on each sheet.
Maths Games- counting and recognising numbersQuick View

Maths Games- counting and recognising numbers

The pack includes: Full instructions for each game plus extra ideas for using the games and resources Game 1 Ice cream game- counting and recognising numbers to 5- find the ice cream to add to the cones in your shop Game 2 Ice cream ordering and recognising numbers to 10- this can be used as a game or interactive display Game 3 Frog on the logs- counting up to 10- add or remove frogs from your log- the first to get 10 is the winner Game 4 Frog and lilly pad ordering and recognising numbers to 10- matching the dotty frogs to the numbered lilly pads- this can be played as a game or used to make an interactive display Game 5 Dogs and bones- counting to 10 and beyond- collect the bones foryour dog and place on the cute playing boards
Maths Games (Lego)Quick View

Maths Games (Lego)

Lego maths game. Three different ability lego maths games designed to encourage children to develop their addition and subtraction skills. Pupils start off with a set number of bricks and add/subtract bricks as they move around the board after rolling a dice. The winning pupils are the pupil with the most bricks and the pupil who finished the board game first. Its important that pupils record their addition and subtraction sums while playing the game. FANTASTIC RESOURCE - Children love to play this game.
The Logo Game 1Quick View

The Logo Game 1

I am a secondary school maths teacher and I use this resource as a brain teasing game to wake students up and get their brains working. Work out the logo - with answers. KS3 KS4 KS5 - All secondary years.
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Maths Games KS2

New buyers can get 90% off this time-saving bundle (with code 90NOVEMBER at checkout). Expand your bank of Key Stage 2 (KS2) Maths / Numeracy games with this bundle of easy-to-prepare and well-differentiated fun and strategic Four in a Row games. Most just require printing and laminating. I recommend printing most in A3 but A4 would be okay too. There are games for Area, Money, Decimals, Doubling and Halving 2 and 3 digit numbers and Times Tables and Division. You can find previews and more information about each resource that is included in this bundle if you click on them but here are some details: CHANGE FOR £20 2 standard game boards and 2 lower ability boards. Children roll dice to find out which column they can do a calculation in and then must work out the change required for £20 for one of the items pictured and priced in that column. Children write on the change using different colour whiteboard pens or add their initials. All answers included. DOUBLES AND HALVES 6 boards to consolidate doubling and halving of two-digit numbers. Includes a one-star version of both the doubling and halving game for younger or lower ability pupils - sidebars are included, featuring all answers, which children can strike through when used. It’s also included without the answer sidebars in case your pupils don’t need this added support. This version focuses on lower 2-digit numbers and multiples of 10. Then there’s two different, more challenging versions of both the doubling and halving boards (two-star versions). All answers included. Play as the money game above. AREA 3 differentiated boards: One-star version - area of rectangles, squares and right-angled triangles. No conversion required. Two-star version – as above but with more challenging calculations. Some conversion required between centimetres, metres etc. Includes decimal lengths and breadths. Three-star version - area of rectangles, squares, right-angled triangles and compound shapes. Some conversion required. Includes decimal lengths and breadths and more challenging calculations. Some of the compound shapes require children to work out the length of a side, using other given sides, before they can work out the area. Children will be able to do some of the calculations mentally but could use paper or mini whiteboards to work out the more challenging ones before writing in the answer on the grid. TIMES TABLES / DIVISION 4 Times Table Boards in colour and black and white versions. All 4 available in LA supported versions (with answer sideboards – see money game above), standard version (2-9 times tables) and in a version with 11 and 12 times tables added. Use whiteboard pens as in the games above. The division game (1 board) requires calculation cards (supplied) to be printed on two different colours of paper or card. In turn children pick up a card and lay it on an answer. DECIMAL PLACE VALUE Consolidate place value to 2 or 3 decimal places. 2 differentiated boards: The 1 star board was originally designed to go with the cards to 2 decimal places, while the more challenging 2 star version was designed for the cards to 3 decimal places. However, both sets of cards would work with either board. For use with this game are two sets of 54 decimal number cards featuring numbers from 0.001 to 2.01 (1 set includes numbers up to 2 decimal places, the other up to 3 decimal places). I hope these resources save you time and help your pupils learn in a fun way. Thank you for your interest in my resources. You might be interested in my popular bundle of Hidden Word Puzzles for Rounding, Multiplication, Fractions and Negative Numbers: Maths Puzzles What about this festive mental maths puzzle pack? Avoid adding to your workload at this busy time of year - simply print and photocopy: Christmas Mental Maths Puzzles My Crossnumber Puzzles are popular too: Place Value Puzzles Mental Maths Puzzles Year 5 / 6 For time-saving printables and presentations to plan Primary Literacy, Maths and French lessons, visit FullShelf Resources
Addition  Game  (Maths,  Dyscalculia)Quick View

Addition Game (Maths, Dyscalculia)

Using multiplication, one or two players multiply the two digit numbers by the single digit numbers. First to complete a line wins! The pack includes the game at one level (1x1 digit, 2x2 digits to be added shortly), a page of answers and a page of calculations to be completed. This is so that you have the choice of what level to give your students to work at. Ideal for maths intervention groups. The resource is made using the OpenDyslexia font making it suitable for those who are Dyslexic or Dyscalculic.
Primary Maths GamesQuick View

Primary Maths Games

Save £2 when bought together! These three games are the perfect way for children to revise their number vocabulary, coordinates and times tables skills. The games are the perfect resource to have for a discrete lesson or prepared and ready to use for interventions, plenaries, early finishers and morning starters. They encourage children to revisit the same basic maths skills on a 'little and often' basis to boost children's knowledge and recall. All three games have been thoroughly tried and tested to give you a robust game that can be enjoyed by a range of primary ages. You will wonder how you coped without them!
French Numbers / Maths GamesQuick View

French Numbers / Maths Games

6 gameboards for French Maths Four in a Row, with differentiation, plus 4 Tarsia Jigsaw Puzzles (in PDF format). Originally designed for Key Stage 2 (KS2), these would suit a range of ages, abilities and experience of French. For children to become really familiar with French numbers it's great to get them playing around with them in maths activities and these make great starter, early finisher or group activities for both French and Maths lessons. Most questions can be answered using mental strategies. FOUR IN A ROW This is a fun, strategic game to consolidate les numeros/ les nombres by answering maths questions involving addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Includes: 4 different gameboards for maths involving numbers from 0 to 100 and generally more challenging maths questions 2 different gameboards for maths involving numbers from 0 to 40 with generally simpler maths questions All answers included in separate files for at-a-glance checking by pupils or teacher Non-colour versions included (in same file as colour ones for 0-40 version, in separate file for 0-100 version) Laminate and use again and again. Children can work as pairs against pairs or one against one to get four correct answers in a row. Roll a dice to find which column to choose a calculation from (the columns are numbered 1-6). If there are no questions left in the one they've rolled, they could skip a go or roll again. They could use a different coloured whiteboard pen to record answers on the board or add an initial or symbol if using the same colour. I recommend printing in A3 but it will work fine in A4 too. TARSIA PUZZLES (in PDF) Print, laminate and cut up the pieces. Puzzles 1 and 2 feature numbers from 0-40. Puzzles 3 and 4 feature numbers from 0-100. Calculations are in digit format, which pupils match with French number word answers to assemble the big triangle. Solutions are included in separate files. I use these words for the four operations: plus - add moins - minus fois - times divisé par - divided by You can get these in a range of bundles, including: French Numbers Complete Bundle Explore my other French basics resources here in this huge bundle (contains around 70 resources in total): Huge French Basics Bundle For engaging, time-saving printables and presentations to plan Primary Literacy, Maths and French lessons, visit FullShelf Resources
KS3 Maths Revison GameQuick View

KS3 Maths Revison Game

Pupils must analyse five pieces of evidence to eliminate nine of ten suspects. Evidence covers all four NC Strands. Bearings, Angles, collecting like terms, ratios. Ideal as an end of term activity, pupils need to peform the common processes but also interpret their results in a different context. I usually have pupils working in pairs and run this over an hour session with ten minutes at the end to feedback their conclusions. Power point to support in delivery - with the answers on at the end. Suspects are celebrities, although the pupils love it if you put pictures of them or staff on!
Maths PuzzlesQuick View

Maths Puzzles

New buyers can get 90% off this time-saving bundle (with code 90NOVEMBER at checkout). This is a very popular bundle of 24 fun Maths / Numeracy Hidden Word / Spot the Mistakes Puzzles (and solutions) for Key Stage 2 (KS2) and equivalents, plus two other resources (The negative numbers pack includes a loop game and self-check word problem cards alongside 3 puzzles). All solutions are provided. Rounding, Fractions, Multiplication and Negative Numbers are covered here, including puzzles at different levels and on different concepts to suit a range of year groups and abilities throughout the stage: Rounding: To the nearest 10, 100, 1000, whole number, one and two decimal places, nearest pound (dollar version also included) Fractions: Equivalent fractions, simplest form / simplifying, fractions of quantities, mixed numbers and improper fractions Multiplication: times tables, doubling, multiplying by 10, 100 and 1000, multiplying by multiples of 10 and 100. Negative numbers: Increasing and decreasing temperature (Celsius), simple subtraction calculations with mostly negative answers, addition and subtraction of negative and positive integers. An engaging alternative to worksheets, these make ideal starter, early finisher or homework activities! Similar to codebreaker puzzles, a maths-related word is revealed after completing calculations. Each puzzle contains a grid. Within each box is a calculation and a letter. Pupils circle any boxes containing errors. Then they assemble letters from the circled boxes to reveal the hidden maths word. (In the rounding puzzle pupils find the numbers that don’t round to specified target numbers and in some of the fractions puzzles, pupils must find non-equivalent fractions etc). Puzzles can be completed individually or in pairs / groups. There is an extension question / challenge linked to the hidden word, which on some puzzles may require a little research if time. Pupils often forget or avoid checking their work for errors so it’s great to get them carefully checking in these puzzles. Spotting common errors may help them remember to check their own work and help them avoid common errors themselves. You might be interested in this set of KS2 Halloween Mental Maths Hidden Word Puzzles for use in October (featuring Halloween-linked hidden words and spooky illustrations): Halloween Maths Puzzles What about this festive version? Avoid adding to your workload at this busy time of year - simply print and photocopy: Christmas Mental Maths Puzzles I also have popular Crossnumber Puzzles for Mental Maths and Place Value: Place Value Puzzles Mental Maths Puzzles Year 5 / 6 Mental Maths Puzzles Year 4 / 3 Thank you for your interest in my resources. For engaging, time-saving printables and presentations to plan Primary Literacy, Maths and French lessons, visit FullShelf Resources
The Three Little Pigs Maths Game, The Hungry Wolf.Quick View

The Three Little Pigs Maths Game, The Hungry Wolf.

The Hungry Wolf Maths Dice Game is an exciting and fun way for EYFS children to practise adding. Can you beat The Hungry Wolf? Throw the dice to find out. This game is perfect for a topic on The Three Little Pigs. PDF files contain A3 game board and A4 instruction sheet for how to play. In addition you will need counters and dice. To print out game board A3 size, in the print dialog box go to Page Sizing and Handling, choose Poster and select Tile Scale 90% and check Tile Only Large Pages with Orientation set to Portrait.
Math GameQuick View

Math Game

There are 8 pages of spinners and 2 pages of arrows. You can print one large spinner per page or 3 small spinners per page. These spinners are great for a variety of Maths Games and Maths Centres. I use the smaller spinners for students to cut out and place in their Math notebooks for early finishers. To fasten the arrow to the spinner, use a brad or a paper clip.
Maths GamesQuick View

Maths Games

Fun, competitive games which encourage children to practise and apply the mathematical skills they have been learning. Included in the bundle: 1 more or less 10 more or less Doubles and near doubles Fractions halving Fractions ½, ¼, ¾