# Double Function Machine

Two operation function machine with options to hide numbers and set all operations and numbers.

# Alginon's Algebra

Explore 2 step algebraic equations, hide and reveal elements in the expression. Also includes an assessment activity.

# Compare Numbers

Compare number size and place the greater or less than sign in the correct place. Three levels of numbers to 100, 1000 & 10000

# Leapfrog

Traditional frog jumping puzzle. Can you swap the green and blue fogs over? How few moves does it take? What if the number of frogs were to change?

# Crazy Counter

Can you reach the target number in as few clicks as possible? Makes use of doubling and halving strategies in working towards a target number.

# Near Doubles

Similar to Crazy Counter but with different parameters. Makes use of doubling and halving strategies.

# Number Balance KS2

The KS 2 version of this activity for developing understanding of simple equations. Hide individual numbers or symbols as you wish. Uses the < and > symbols as well as =.

# Magic Number Cauldron

Using a Macbeth style backdrop ingredients are added to the witches cauldron to make a number spell The activity needs supporting via teacher questioning but the basic objective is to work out the function of each ingredient.
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# Algebra Quiz

This is a two-step algebra equation quiz to support the understanding of algebraic expressions. 15 multiple choice questions with built in answer checking.

# Maths Square

Try to arrange the numbers so that the sides of the square add up to the target number.

Click on the number tiles so they add up to the value shown under the word "Number".

# Subtraction Action

Click on the number tiles so they subtract from 50 to reach the target value shown under the word "Number".

# Multiplication Station

Select two of the number tiles so that when they are multiplied together they equal the target value shown under the word "Number".

# Animal Rescue

A TESiboard activity to practise finding the difference between positive and negative numbers in context, in this case above and below sea level.

# Mental maths

Can you work out what the machine is doing to each number you put in?

# Problem solving

Read Sam's note and buy exactly what she asks for. Work out what is the best value to spend as little money as possible!

# Interpreting data

Click on each child to find out their favourite hobby. Then type in the total for each hobby.

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