A fantastic download. Choose almost any primary or middle school maths topic and the program will generate 10 random quick questions. With answers.
There is also a more sophisticated NagWare version. If you like 10QQ, you will like 10QQ Pro even more:
A game styled on the British TV show Countdown, where contestants used 6 numbers and the usual operations and brackets to make the target number. This program has a great bonus - after you have found a solution (or not), the program will then list all of the solutions. It can be a rather humbling experience.
Can you match the fractions, decimals or percentages pairs?
From the website: Here are two activities to see what percentages look like. In the second one you can compare percentages and fractions.
See fractions side by side. There are four ways to see them:
Enter the Dolphin Race or play the Ordering Game to practice ordering fractions.
Practice your mental addition and mental subtraction.
Use logical reasoning and your knowledge of additionto solve these puzzles.
A large interactive analog clock face, designed to assist in teaching students to tell time using an analog clock. From Ambleside Primary.
A clever web page for constructing a bar graph on the fly. All the necessary elements are editable - scales, axis labels, title, etc.