11 Free Maths Games (Number Properties, Venn Diagrams & Ordering)
Interactive Number Properties, Venn Diagrams & Ordering maths teaching resources and activities for children. Improve your child's Math skills at home on a PC or Mac or use in the classroom for individual learning or whole class teaching on an IWB. Making Maths fun in your homeschooling lessons. Suitable for ages 7-11 years, KS2, Primary/Elementary grades.
Odd or Even
Drag and drop the number tiles to their correct position on the Venn diagram.
Place the number tiles into the correct order on the track. There are 3 levels of difficulty.
Change the numbers in the blocks at the bottom of the pyramids and explore the effect on the number in the top block. What's the highest total you can get using the numbers 1 to 5 only once?
4 Digit Sequencer
An enhancement of the sequencer found in the toolkit section. This allows for the input of 4 digits and negative numbers.
Wash Line 2
Key Stage 2 ordinal number activity with up to 3 decimal places.
This drag and drop Venn Diagram simulation gives pupils the opportunity to solve a mathematical problem based on number properties using a range of different Venn diagrams.
There are 5 different levels involving a range of multiples and number properties. The three core layouts cover simple separate sets, two intersecting sets and a three way intersecting Venn.
Venn Diagram Notes
Based on the classic number puzzle. Move the numbers into the correct order.
Decimals show numbers that are in between two whole numbers. Decimals can be added and subtracted like whole numbers. You need to take care when comparing two decimals to work out how to order them, and make sure you are reading them correctly.
Want to speed up your adding up? You need number pairs. Repair the slide by dragging two numbers that add up to 20.
Use our testing room to find out what different fractions are worth. In order to compare fractions, you need to change them so they have the same denominator.
The number system
Make a number between 425 and 450 by dragging the digits into the right places in the number machine.