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Number Facts Arcade GamesCompete against friends, against the computer or against players from other parts of the world in a variety of arcade games. To win, you have to answer addition, subtraction, multiplication or division questions quickly and accurately. You can set the range of numbers if you wish. Highly addictive and great fun! Three thumbs up!! Jet Ski Addition Island Chase Subtraction Multiplication Grand Prix Drag Race Division More games can be found at
Particle MathsThirty particles fall from above. Use the repelling particle to nudge them into the correct box depending on whether they contain a square number or a prime number. This game is addictive  three thumbs up! Instructions Resource
Cell Phone MathsThis resource attempts to emulate a cell phone calculator. The teacher can demonstrate how to use the simple calculators to do useful real world maths. At the moment 2 types of real world questions can be generated by the resource: percentage discounts and area. Instructions Resource
Slider Puzzle MathsTwo challenging puzzles. Here is the blurb: Here is the multiplication tables puzzle: And here is the equivalent fractions puzzle:
Circuit MathsA challenging activity  students have make all of the correct connections between a question and its answer whist working under a tight time limit. If you are too slow .... well BOOM! Three thumbs up!
Venn Factors and Venn MultiplesA Venn Diagram is a powerful visual way to show the factors of a number, and the common factors of two numbers. Nice implementation. Here is the home page for this activity The learning activity can be found at: ** Here are the comparable Venn Diagram resources for multiples: Home page And the learning resource
FollowOn MathsA really cool mental computation activity. Love it! Three thumbs up!
Number Facts BingoA bingo game to reinforce basic number facts and mental computation. The bingo books to accompany this activity can be found at
Comparing Fractions, Decimals and PercentsA fantastic interactive activity! Students get lots of practice at finding equivalent fractions, decimals and percents. Three thumbs up! The website has a fact sheet, a worksheet, a quiz and (best of all) a game for teaching this activity. The main website is at: If you want to cut to the chase and just play the game, it can be found at:
