Identifying 11 – 30

Children use groups of 10 to work out numbers from 11 to 30.

Lady Birds

Count the spots on the ladybirds or give them spots. Children will need to know numbers from 1 to 10.

Mathepillar

A tricky game where children order the falling numbers from 1 to 10.

Connect the Dots to 10

Complete the dot to dot from 1 to 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90 or 100 to create a picture.

Wack-A-Mole

A great game where children count forwards or backwards by 1s, 2s, 3s, 4s, 5s, 6s, 7s, 8s, 9s, 10s, 11s or 12s.

100 Number Grid

Ask children to help find the numbers on an empty 100 grid.

Shark Pool Place Value

Use base 10 to find and find the right number to click on in the pool.

Base 10 Bingo

Use Base 10 blocks to play bingo. Teachers can select to play with units, tens, hundreds and/or thousands.

Odd and Even

5 great games which investigate and help explain what odd and even numbers are.

Number Square

A great open ended number square teachers can use for a variety of maths lessons.

Lifeguards

Rescue the swimmer by using knowledge of ones, tens and hundreds. to move the boat on the number line to find the position of the swimmer.

Writing Numbers to 20

Investigate the numbers from 1 - 20, showing children how to write each number.

Shark Numbers

Look at the base 10 blocks and click on the correct number up to 999.

Counting Cars

A great game where children count by ones to find the correct car to crash into.

Arrow Cards

A great tool to use to demonstrate 3 digit numbers using arrow cards, an abacus and place value bricks.

Base 10 Fun

A great resource where children use the base 10 blocks to make the 1, 2 or 3 digit numbers given.

Please Put it on the Shelf

Move the numerals to match the words on the shelf.

Flip Counter

A great open ended resource where teachers can demonstrate numbers from zero to the ten thousands.

Chicken Coop

Put 100 chickens into the chicken coop.

Ordinal Numbers

A great tutorial that explains ordinal numbers and has a number of activities for the children tom complete.

Abacus

A great open ended resource where teachers can display numbers up to millions and down to 6 decimal places.

Post a Letter

Help the postman by listen to the number and deliver mail it to the correct door.