I make maths games so you're students don't hate maths. To be honest, the games in my actual class are usually made up on a whim, but I polish up the ones that work really well and post them here. I teach middle years maths in Australia, so my resources are geraed towards that, although if you email me and I have time, I can modify an existing resource to make it Primary compatible - up to you. I hope you find something you like :) Mr Steve

I make maths games so you're students don't hate maths. To be honest, the games in my actual class are usually made up on a whim, but I polish up the ones that work really well and post them here. I teach middle years maths in Australia, so my resources are geraed towards that, although if you email me and I have time, I can modify an existing resource to make it Primary compatible - up to you. I hope you find something you like :) Mr Steve

This game lets students play traditional snakes and ladders and in each space, answer an equivalence or simplification problem with fractions.
The pack includes three addition games with answers.
Game 1: Equivalent fractions or not?
Game 2: Simplify fraction
This game is suitable for extending year 5
It is at standard for year 6 (Australia)
It is great revision for years 7, year 8 year 9
Australian Curriculum Outcome:
Express one quantity as a fraction of another, with and without the use of digital technologies ACMNA155

This game lets students play traditional snakes and ladders and in each space, answer an addition problem with fractions.
The pack includes three addition games with answers.
Game 1: Same denominator
Game 2: Simple denominator
Game 3: Complex denominator
This game is suitable for extending year 5
It is at standard for year 6 (Australia)
It is great revision for years 7, year 8 year 9
Australian Curriculum Outcome:
Solve problems involving addition and subtraction of fractions with the same or related denominators ACMNA126
Solve problems involving addition and subtraction of fractions, including those with unrelated denominators ACMNA153

A variety of Snakes and Ladders games, with a fractions question in each space.
The pack includes a total of 12 game boards with answers.
Each different game board of the same operation has a different difficulty level.
There are:
3 x addition of fractions game boards
3 x subtraction of fractions game boards
2 x multiplication of fractions game boards
2 x division of fractions game boards
1 x equivalent fractions game boards
1 x simplify fraction game boards
These games are suitable for extending year 5
They are at standard for year 6 and year 7(Australia)
They are great revision for year 8 year 9

This is a catch phrase style whole class game where students answer maths questions to reveal a hidden image and try to guess what it is.
This edition covers Fractions: All Operations.
There are two powerpoints, containing one game each with images are of Sport and Music Personalities.
In each powerpoint there are a total of 21 slides, with 3 slides on each of the following topics:
Equivalent Fractions, Simplifying Fractions, Fractions Multiplication, Fractions Division, Fractions Addition, Fractions Subtraction, and the final 3 slides has a combination of all topics.
Each slide has a new face, sourced from creative commons sources.
Gameplay:
Students are in teams, and take turns to answer a question, the teacher (as the game host), reveals part of a hidden image if they get their question correct. Students are given points for correct maths answers and for guessing the image.
This resource is a lot of fun, and middle school students love playing it.
Available categories include:
Actors and Actresses
Sport and Music Personalities
Logos and Catch Phrases
Locations and Flags
Movies and Disney/Pixar Characters
Consider choosing a category that will suit the ability and needs of your class (eg. catch phrases are better older students)
Each powerpoint includes an answer pdf companion for images and maths.
Have fun :)

This is a catch phrase style whole class game where students answer maths questions to reveal a hidden image and try to guess what it is.
This edition covers Fractions: All Operations.
There are two powerpoints, containing one game each with images are of Actors and Actresses.
In each powerpoint there are a total of 21 slides, with 3 slides on each of the following topics:
Equivalent Fractions, Simplifying Fractions, Fractions Multiplication, Fractions Division, Fractions Addition, Fractions Subtraction, and the final 3 slides has a combination of all topics.
Each slide has a new face, sourced from creative commons sources.
Gameplay:
Students are in teams, and take turns to answer a question, the teacher (as the game host), reveals part of a hidden image if they get their question correct. Students are given points for correct maths answers and for guessing the image.
This resource is a lot of fun, and middle school students love playing it.
Available categories include:
Actors and Actresses
Sport and Music Personalities
Logos and Catch Phrases
Locations and Flags
Movies and Disney/Pixar Characters
Consider choosing a category that will suit the ability and needs of your class (eg. catch phrases are better older students)
Each powerpoint includes an answer pdf companion for images and maths.
Have fun :)

This game lets students play traditional snakes and ladders and in each space, answer an addition or subtraction problem with related denominators.
The pack includes one addition game with answers, and one subtraction game with answers.
This game is suitable for extending year 5
It is at standard for year 6 (Australia)
It is great revision for years 7, year 8 year 9
Australian Curriculum Outcome:
Solve problems involving addition and subtraction of fractions with the same or related denominators ACMNA126

This game lets students play traditional snakes and ladders and in each space, answer a multiplication problem with fractions.
The pack includes three addition games with answers.
Game 1: Small denominator, proper fractions only
Game 2: Some whole numbers, proper and improper fractions
This game is suitable for extending year 6
It is at standard for year 7 (Australia)
It is great revision for year 8, year 9
Australian Curriculum Outcome:
Multiply and divide fractions and decimals using efficient written strategies and digital technologies ACMNA154

This game lets students play traditional snakes and ladders and in each space, answer a division problem with fractions.
The pack includes three addition games with answers.
Game 1: Small denominator, proper fractions only
Game 2: Some whole numbers, proper and improper fractions
This game is suitable for extending year 6
It is at standard for year 7 (Australia)
It is great revision for year 8, year 9
Australian Curriculum Outcome:
Multiply and divide fractions and decimals using efficient written strategies and digital technologies ACMNA154

This game lets students play traditional snakes and ladders and in each space, answer a subtraction problem with fractions.
The pack includes three addition games with answers.
Game 1: Same denominator
Game 2: Simple denominator
Game 3: Complex denominator
This game is suitable for extending year 5
It is at standard for year 6 (Australia)
It is great revision for years 7, year 8 year 9
Australian Curriculum Outcome:
Solve problems involving addition and subtraction of fractions with the same or related denominators ACMNA126
Solve problems involving addition and subtraction of fractions, including those with unrelated denominators ACMNA153

This is a catch phrase style whole class game where students answer maths questions to reveal a hidden image and try to guess what it is.
This edition covers Fractions: All Operations.
There are two powerpoints, containing one game each with images are of Logos and Catch Phrases.
In each powerpoint there are a total of 21 slides, with 3 slides on each of the following topics:
Equivalent Fractions, Simplifying Fractions, Fractions Multiplication, Fractions Division, Fractions Addition, Fractions Subtraction, and the final 3 slides has a combination of all topics.
Each slide has a new face, sourced from creative commons sources.
Gameplay:
Students are in teams, and take turns to answer a question, the teacher (as the game host), reveals part of a hidden image if they get their question correct. Students are given points for correct maths answers and for guessing the image.
This resource is a lot of fun, and middle school students love playing it.
Available categories include:
Actors and Actresses
Sport and Music Personalities
Logos and Catch Phrases
Locations and Flags
Movies and Disney/Pixar Characters
Consider choosing a category that will suit the ability and needs of your class (eg. catch phrases are better older students)
Each powerpoint includes an answer pdf companion for images and maths.
Have fun :)