Archive for the ‘Numeracy’ Category

Practise your number skills with these games!

We have been learning about multiples of numbers and I have talked to you about ‘lowest common multiples’ of numbers before.

For example: the lowest common multiple of 3 and 4 is 12, because 12 is the first number that appears in both the 3 and 4 times tables. The lowest common multiple of 2 and 8 is 8, because 8 is the first number that appears in both the 2 and 8 times tables. Get the idea?

Have a go at finding the lowest common multiple in these games:

Snowball Multiples

Fruit Shoot Multiples

 

Use these links to revise our work on angles.

What are angles?

Angles Quiz

Sailing with Angles

Banana Hunt

Angle Match

Measuring Angles

Here we can practise our co-ordinates skills and apply our knowledge to different situations.

Cops and Robbers

Co-ordinates Games

BBC Bitesize

Billy Bug

Dino Dig

Start on Level 2. If you have time, also challenge yourself with Level 3.

Time Differences

Play this game to show how well you can use 24 hour and 12 hour clock times.

Telling the Time

Here you will be able to practise your skills at identifying 3D shapes. You will need to know the properties of common 3D shapes to help you in the challenge.

CBBC 3D Shape Challenge

Play this game to practise your multiplying and dividing skills.

Multiplying by 10, 100 and 1000!

Play this game to help you multiply and divide by 10.

Multiplying and dividing by 10 and 100.

Use these games to improve your mental arithmetic skills!

Multiplication Machine

Division Machine

Addition Machine

Subtraction Machine

Play this game to see the link between fraction, decimals and percentages.

Tree Frog Maths