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There are lots of good Maths games available on the internet but here are a few to get you started…


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Times tables (Times Table Rockstars) mirrors the National Multiplication Check and you can adjust the difficulty to focus on just one times table at a time) (Printable x table grid)

When learning your times tables, it is best to focus on the one you are practising that week but do keep returning to the tables you have already learnt.  With practise and confidence, you should know all your times table facts up to 12x12 by the end of Year 4.

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Mental arithmetic skills using +  -  x  ÷

NumBots is an online game and playing little and often will significantly improve your understanding of number bonds and addition and subtraction facts.

Use the same login details for ‘Times Table Rockstars’ to access NumBots. maths (first three games)

We play ‘Countdown’ in class:


Telling the time (scroll down to find 'time' games)

Children need to be confident telling the time using an analogue clock.  They also need to be able to convert analogue time to 12hr digital and vice versa.  In Year 4, we focus on converting both analogue and 12hr digital to 24 hr time.


General - Maths Frame free games


Children’s sudokus & other puzzles



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