Click on this game to play subtraction balloon pop. Pop the balloons to show the answer of the subtraction problem.
Click on the game below to post the correct number sentence into the answer post box. Remember to click on which level you would like, numbers 0-10 or numbers 0-20.
Click on the game below to practise addition and subtraction. You will need an adult to help you set up the settings.
Click on the game below to make number sentences that make sense.
We are learning about fractions!
We are learning about capacity!
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Learning about time.
Click on these games to practise your measuring skills.
CLick on this game to practise telling the time!
Click on the game below to practise counting from 0-100. Use a hundreds chart and fill in the missing numbers.
Click on the game below to answer find the hidden numbers.
Click on the game below to practise building numbers using MAB blocks.
Dot To Dots
Ordering numbers 50 – 100
Ordering numbers 50 – 70
Ordering numbers counting by 2s
Click on the game below to practise reading 3 digit numbers and matching them to the numerals.
Click on the game below to practise identifying the place value of these 3 digit numbers.
Working Together in Maths
Click on this game to practise decimal place value. Tenths, hundredths and thousandths.
Click on this game to learn about rounding decimals to the nearest whole number.
Click on this game to learn about ordering decimals from lowest to highest.
Click on this game to practise adding decimals.
Click on this game to practise adding and subtracting decimals.
Click on the game below to practise making dollar amounts using Australian coins.
Click on the game below to practise adding money.
Click on the game below to practise calculating change.
HOW MUCH CHANGE?
Exploring Time in 3/4
Click on the game below to practise converting analogue time to digital time.
Click on the memory game below to practise converting analogue time to digital time.
Click on the game below to practise converting analogue time to digital time. Select full screen optionand play through the levels starting at number one.
1) Read time to the nearest hour
2) Read time to the hour and a half
3) Read time to the quarter hour
4) Read time to the nearest 5 minutes
5) Read time to the nearest minute
Click on the game below to practise reading analogue and digital time. You can select which kind of clock you would like to work with and attempt to work your way through the different levels.
Multiplication & Division Fact Family
Flips, Slides & Turns
SUBTRACTING ACROSS ZERO
Hitting the Target
Squirt the Dog
Kung Fu Angles
Pick the Fruit
Click on the image below to play this exciting addition space game! Match the numbers to make 100.
Who wants to be a millionaire? A general Maths quiz.
Add your way to $1,000,000!!
Addition Maths Test
Addition Sum Sense
Addition Concentration (Memory) Game
Match the equation with the answer
Click on the image below to play a game that works with equivalent fractions. Drag the equivalent fractions into the craters to solve the puzzle.
Ordering fractions from smallest to largest. What a fun game!
Play Grand Slam Math to practise your skills in solving worded questions. Remember to read the questions carefully in order to score a home run.
Ordering numbers from smallest to largest. This is called ascending order. Remember to think about negative numbers too.
Place Value Pirates. Swish your sword a the pirate to answer the place value question correctly. Beat the clock and uncover the treasure!
Count the tens and count the units. Then click on the correct bubble. If you are right you will see a dolphin if not you will be bitten by a shark!
Who wants to be a millionaire??? Answer these place value questions to find out if you have what it takes.
AREA AND PERIMETER.
Learning about area. Count the floor tiles and tell the puppy the total area.
Subtraction Part 1
Subtraction Part 2
Addition Part 1
This Term we have been learning about the ways in which we make ten! The children are becoming more confident with this important skill each and every day. Here is a fun song to help you learn them at home 🙂
Egg Carton Addition
Playing Mathletics with our Buddies! We love counting! on PhotoPeach
Robot Addition and Subtraction.
Counting to Twenty.
The Days of the Week Song.
People on the bus.
Find the star – Numbers to 10
A lovely counting song 🙂
Drop a drawing pin on the floor from a height 50 times and record which way it lands on the website link below (Pin Drop).
How many two scoop ice-creams can be made?