White Rose MathsWhite Rose Maths Resources has videos to introduce many new concepts
Primary StarsTheir aim is to allow children of all learning types to master an understanding of Mathematics, enabling them to enjoy and achieve to their highest potential. They provide a range of differentiated practical and written activities to support and add depth to children’s learning.
The Maths FactorThey are making The Maths Factor FREE for everyone to support childrens’ continued learning at home for the duration of the UK Schools closure period.
Master the CurriculumThis maths subscription service has made many resources free for parents, providing high-quality resources that are engaging, visual, and fun.
Maths on ToastThe family maths charity. They are on a mission to give all families and communities creative, human and social experiences of maths – they want everyone in the UK to feel positive about maths!
Chopper SquadThis game helps pupils to practise navigating a hundred square to recognise 'one more', 'one less', 'ten more' and 'ten less' than a given number.
Place Value Basket BallThis game helps children to revise representations of 2-digit numbers using Dienes equipment. We have been working on representing numbers up to 50. Try numbers up to 100 for a challenge!
Helicopter RescueHelicopter Rescue is a mental maths game with different sized number charts and it is designed to help pupils to identify and work with numbers up to 100. The game modes include ‘Find a Number’ and ‘Count On & Back’. In the first, pupils are asked to find a number on the grid, either directly or in between two voiced numbers. The count on and count back games are designed to help pupils learn some of the vocabulary of addition and subtraction; count on, count back, more than and less than.
Blast OffThis tablet-friendly mental maths game called Blast Off has different levels of difficulty. It's designed to help pupils identify and work with two-digit numbers. The oral questions have multiple choice answers which pupils will have to listen to carefully. In the first game mode pupils have to find a specific number. In the second they are required to find a number in between two given numbers. The Count On and Count Back games are designed to help pupils learn some of the vocabulary of addition and subtraction. Examples of the oral questions are 'Count back four from twenty-seven', 'Count on five from sixty-one', 'What is seven more than thirty-one?' and 'What is eight less than eighty-seven?'.
PatternsIf you love making patterns, this is the website for you!
Shark NumbersMatch the number represented in Dienes to the 2-digit numbers below. Try not to let the shark take a bite out of your boat!
Hundred SquareThis is a good tool to practise Place Value up to 100. Press 'Hide All' and then reveal each number all the way to 100. Then try backwards. Then, press 'Hide All' and count forwards and backwards in 10s from any number. For a challenge, choose 'puzzle'. Pupils could attempt to say which numbers are missing and check by clicking on the corresponding square.
Number Fact FamiliesThis is a good resource to help pupils to practise inverse operations. Please focus on numbers up to 20.
Daily 10A good tool for mental maths practise. Please focus on the questions within Level 1.