The Kingdom of Mathematica needs your help!
Choose a character, then add, subtract, divide and multiply your way to victory in this fun maths game.
Challenge yourself across 10 different maths topics from the Mysterious Mountains of Multiplication to the Deadly Sea of Shapes.
If you're feeling really brave, test your maths abilities in the Battle for Mathematica!
Battle courageously and you'll be rewarded with many great riches to apply to your character.
Note: Have your brain, pencil and paper ready - you may find the levels easier to begin with but they will quickly get harder as you progress!
If the link doesn't work, type into Google 'BBC Bitesize Mathematica'
Super Maths Bowling!
Click here to practise a range of maths skills including multiplication, division, doubling decimals and recognising square and cube numbers in this fun maths bowling game.
Click here to play or type into Google 'Topmarks Daily 10'
Daily 10 is a primary maths resource which covers key number skills including addition, subtraction, ordering, partitioning, digit values (place value), rounding, multiplication, division, doubles, halves and fractions.
Use the menu to select your level (choose your level, but as a guide Level 5 and 6 are the most suitable for Hawks) and which area of maths you would like your 10 questions to be about (e.g. fractions). For an extra level of challenge, you can select for your questions to be timed!
Write your answers on a piece of paper – you will be given the answers at the end so that you can mark your own work.
You can practise so many maths skills in this fun game including addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, multiples, factors, prime numbers, square and cube numbers.
Click here to practise a range of maths skills including multiplication, division, doubling decimals and recognising square and cube numbers in this fun maths fishing game.
Arithmetic (number) Practice
Click here to test your skills in this arithmetic practice quiz.
This is for children who feel very confident with their number maths skills including fractions.
Click here to practise a range of maths skills including multiplication, division, doubling decimals and recognising square and cube numbers in this fun maths racing game.
Hit the Button is an interactive maths game with quick fire questions covering many of the Maths Passport targets including number bonds, times tables, doubling and halving, multiples, division facts and square numbers.
This is an excellent resource for practising times tables and related division facts. We ask that children play for a short bursts three times per week to support their recall of multiplication and division facts.
Special Agent Training
Punctuation and Grammar
Practice your SPaG skills with this fun online punctuation and grammar game!
You will act as a Special Agent ready to complete the SPaG mission objective, which has 10 randomised punctuation and grammar questions - the questions will change every time you play.
1. Click here to access the game
2. Click 'log in'
3. Enter the code J H 8 0 6 1
Practice your ability to identify synonyms by clicking here.
Remember, synonyms are words that have similar meanings such as big and large.
Play Vocab Lab by clicking here.
Use the Vocab Lab to analyse the DNA of words! Can you identify the correct ingredients that make up each word?
Word Frog is a language game that provides practice in matching antonyms, synonyms, and homophones. The target word appears on the frog, with the word category underneath defining the relationship to be matched.
- Synonyms = similar meaning
(E.g. happy and joyful)
- Antonyms = opposite meaning
(E.g. happy and sad)
- Homophones = words that sound the same but have different meanings and spellings
Common Exception Words (tricky words) Spelling Practice.
Choose a year group, then choose a book from the shelf to select your word list.
Arrange the letters in the correct order to spell each word. The bats will take the letters away when you get it right.
Edit the comic book adventure called Bushfire to make the story more interesting. Choose a conclusion for the story and then improve the grammar by changing nouns to pronouns, by adding adverbs and choosing saying verbs.