# TutoreastMathsGames Shop

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#### LO: I can use negative numbers in context and calculate intervals across zero. (Y6)

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Hello Folks. A new game for the Maths national curriculum at Year 6. Please let me know what you think and if you would like a game designed for your class please let me know. Please leave feedback for this game and any others you have used. Regards, Mark Yeowell.

#### LO: I can estimate and compare acute, obtuse and reflex angles (Y5)

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Hello Folks. This game helps pupils practise comparing, drawing, measuring and estimating angle. There is also the opportunity to work on multiplication using an appropriate method. The digit cards are not my own so thank you to Teachersgem. I would ask you to take time to give feedback and a review for our games. Regards TutoreastMathsGames.

#### LO: I can read, write, order and compare numbers up to 10 000 000 (Y6).

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Hello Folks. A game to support and for revision for the objective for the following: I can read, write, order and compare numbers up to 10 000 000 (Y6). All that is needed is dice. I hope you find this useful. Regards TutoreastMathsGames.

#### LO: I can illustrate and name parts of a circle......and know that the diameter is twice the radius.

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Hello Folks. This is a year 6 game for the above learning objective. it is also good for practising compass using skills. It would be great if you could leave a review if you found this game useful. Thank you.

#### LO: I can draw given angles and measure them (Y5).

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This Maths game enables children to practise drawing angles with a protractor and checking the ones drawn by their friends are accurate. It also helps them practise their times tables to 9 x 9 and working with and measuring decimal numbers. There are extension opportunities such as finding missing angles and investigating the longest sides in a right angle triangle. Their is an image included to help with the measurements involved in the game. I hope you find this useful.

#### LO: I can calculate the area of rectangles including squares (Y5).

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This is a Year 5 objective which helps children calculate and draw shapes with a certain area. It also helps with times table practise. The grids are included in the download. Can someone in your class beat the world record of 17 shapes placed on the grid! Please let me know if they do.

#### LO: I can recognise odd and even numbers.

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This game helps children recognise odd and even numbers.

#### LO: I can add tens from any number (Year 2)

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This is for Year 2 Maths game the above learning objective. I have included a photograph of the game completed by one of my students (minus the pirates).

#### LO: I know the value of the digits in a two-digit number.

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This is a game for the above objective. The ladders for the game are included in the download, just add dice. I hope you enjoy.

#### LO: I can count in steps of 2, 3 and 5 from 0 (Y2).

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Hello folks. This game is for practising counting in steps of 2,3 and 5 from 0. It also gives the children a chance to use a ruler to check their results. Number lines, the wellies and baskets are included. You just need dice. If you would like me to design a game for an area of the curriculum please let me know. I hope you enjoy this game. If you do please could review any games of mine you have used. It would be appreciated.

#### LO: I can identify prime numbers.

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Hello Folks. Here is a Year 6 game for the above objective. Just add dice. I would be grateful if you would leave feedback on this game. Thank you. TutoreastMathsGames.