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Can you fill in the missing numbers to make each puzzle correct? Take care with the negative numbers!
How well do you know your coins? See if you can complete this tricky puzzle.
This fun two-player game will help your child to practise reading and setting the time.
Follow the clues to help the pirate through the maze to the treasure using your partitioning skills.
Colour the pairs of numbers that make 20 in the same colour. Try to use a different colour for each pair. What do you notice? Now use these bonds to find the answers to the crossword.
This game is designed to support your child’s understanding of number bonds to 20 (pairs of numbers that make 20). Ready, steady, go...!
This game is designed to support your child’s understanding of number bonds to 10 (pairs of numbers that make 10).
This game is designed to support accurate counting skills, reinforce the idea of “more than” and “less than” and develop an understanding of the maths symbols + and -.
Can you help Captain Clumsy cross the river to get to her treasure? Her map tells her she can only cross on the stones that create a repeating pattern. Can you spot the path she needs to take and colour the last two stones the right colour?
How quickly can you complete this flash cards game? Try it a few times and aim to do it faster each time!
Help your child to count the spots accurately and then find the correct number on the game board.
This game is designed to support early number recognition and counting skills. Help your child to count the spots accurately and then find the correct number on the game board.
Can you solve the clues below and fill in the crossword with the correct days of the week?
Can you solve the puzzle and stick the pieces of this clock back together?
This fun game encourages your child to compare volumes using the language of measurement: full, empty, half full, quarter full, more and less.
This fun activity is designed to support children in their addition and subtraction as well as helping them to read and spell the numbers to 20.
Each column and row in the orange square must contain one of each 3D shape – a cylinder, a sphere, a cube and a cone. Cut out the spare shapes on the next page and practise different combinations to see if you can solve the puzzle.
Use these free Roman numerals dice (six-sided and ten-sided) to help your child learn to recognise Roman numerals and practise using them in games.
Can you solve these sequence puzzles? Once you’ve understood how they work, write your own number sequence puzzles and get an adult to solve them. How tricky can you make them?