Give the Alien's their lunch by correctly answering the addition questions.
Make addition sums for the given number.
A great game for children to practice adding either 1 or 10 to given numbers.
Answer addition questions within 2 minutes to make a big smoothie.
Answer the addition question by clicking on the right mummy.
Shoot the arrow at the target by doubling the given number.
Print out the Bingo cards and answer the addition questions.
Drag the robot to the correct more than or less than question.
Drag the robot to the correct addition question.
Choose the correct number of bees in the bee hive by adding or subtracting.
Practise addition, subtraction, multiplication or division.
Put all the children in their correct bus seats by answering the addition questions.
Generate addition, subtraction, multiplication or division maths word problems.
Match the number lines to the fruit with the correct answer.
A fast paced game to practise addition facts.
Use a number chart to add 10 to a given number.
Try to sink the submarine by adding 10 to the number.
Catch the dropping marbles to add up to the given number.
Watch the egg change into a butterfly by answering the addition questions.
Help the animals by answering addition and subtraciton word problems.
Use adding skills to create fearsome feasts for the fussiest foodies!
Score a goal by answering the addition questions.
Quickly add 3 numbers together before the hot air balloons fall out of the sky.
Sort the mail into the right boxes by answering the addition questions.
A great resource that demonstrates simple addition by counting on.
Find the answer to the addition questions by bridging to the next 10.
Answer the generated addition problems using the column.
Add the given numbers using partitioning.
Solve the addition problems by bridging to the nearest 10.
Answer addition or subtraction questions using a number line.
Lots of games to practise ordering numbers.
Place the numbers in the correct order along the dinosaur's back.
Count forwards or backwards by 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 ,8, 9, 10, 11 or 12s.
Number patterns are covered and can be clicked to reveal 1 of the numbers.
Practice counting by 2s, 3s, 4s, 5s, 6s, 7s, 8s, 9s, 10s, 11s or 12s.
Help adventure man on his quest by completing the number patterns.
Use whole numbers, fractions, decimals or shapes to continue the number patterns.
Practise skip counting by dashing to the numbers without hitting the obstacles.
Help the the unicorn to get the ringlet of hope by completing the number patterns.
Order numbers from smallest to biggest.
A great open ended number square teachers can use for a variety of maths lessons.
Demonstrate number patterns that can be hidden and rearranged.
Use virtual hands to skip count by a given number.