Maths games for children to play as a class or on their own for short bursts of daily practice to help develop their mastery of and fluency with key maths facts.
Ten-minute Quick Maths interactive activities provide opportunities for daily practice to embed children's mastery of key maths facts. Quick Maths games were written by Ruth Merttens for Abacus Evolve members, and are available here to Hamilton users. Use these ten-minute activities daily to practise facts until they are learned.
Generic Maths Resources
A mix of downloadable and interactive maths resources to support teaching specific concepts and skills in primary maths. Includes number cards, 100-grids, bead strings, number tracks, number lines, PV grids, fraction walls, and more.
Interactive Teaching Programs (ITP)
ITPs provide dynamic visual materials to support teaching specific concepts and skills in primary maths. Download the ITP Guide for instructions and advice about how to use them in the classroom.
A quick-fire game to get children doing sums quickly. As sums appear, children shoot at the correct answer with darts. Warning: highly addictive but excellent for consolidating number bonds to 20.
Lovely animal illustrations help children count up to twelve. Can be played on its own or together with our animal number line (available to purchase from Hamilton Education).
Help children learn their ordinal numbers up to twelve with engaging animal illustrations linked to our animal number line (available to purchase from Hamilton Education). The animation prompts them to identify which animal is first, second, third, etc. on the line.