What time is it? Look at the analog clock and tell the time. Then pick the digital clock that shows the same time. This game has 10 questions.
ClockA great teaching clock which gives the time in analogue and digital times. Turn the clock on or back in different time periods.
Clockworks In this game aimed at KS1 you have to help Max and Molly to fix the tower clock by answering time questions. Some are quite easy, just matching the o'clock time to a digital clock. Other questions are harder, such as "What time will it be in 11 hours?" There are three different levels.
Measure it!Read the ruler to find the length (cm) of the red block.
Scales ReaderRead the weight represented by the scales. 4 sets of scales, reading amounts between nearest 100g or whole kg.
Shapes Match the shapes to help the cats and dogs on the building site.
One Big TriangleDrag and drop the triangles so that the numbers that touch add up to 10 Try to use all the small triangles and move them to fill in all the spaces in the big triangle.
Less Than or Greater Than: 1 to 20Welcome to the swamp, where the alligators reside. Lucky for you, these are friendly alligators and they are hungry for numbers! In this comparing numbers math game, use the classic mnemonic device of the alligator mouth representing the less than and greater than signs. When the two numbers appear, you choose the alligator whose mouth is pointing toward the larger number.
Number LineVisualise number sequences and demonstrate strategies for counting, comparing, adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing.
Number FramesStructure numbers to five, ten, twenty, and one hundred. Use the frames to count, represent, compare, and compute with numbers in a particular range
Number piecesHelps develop a deeper understanding of place value while building their computation skills with multi-digit numbers. Use the number pieces to represent multi-digit numbers, regroup, add, subtract, multiply, and divide