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Big Calculator: A lovely full screen big calculator which displays at around font size 72+ depending on the screen size. It highlights your number and symbol selections and makes sounds to indicate choices. Switch and keyboard accessible using tab and enter keys. Great for whole class teaching with the interactive whiteboard, or for individual use on a laptop. Simple and straightforward, with good accessibility.

A good whiteboard resource for practising the four operations. Choose from two difficulty levels and to practise mixed or a single operation.

A wonderful animated visualisation of factors from Data Pointed. Great for talking about numbers and building conceptual understanding. It starts with 1 and counts on and on, displaying primes and composites once every second. You can let it run or control the speed moving forwards and backwards through the number sequences. Goes up to 10,000. Some amazing patterns once you get into the higher numbers. Mesmerising!

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Fast-paced interactive measurement game - adaptable to different levels: half-inch, quarter-inch, etc.

ICT Games: An extensive set of colourful interactive maths games covering skills such as number facts, counting, time, shape, more/less, place value, money. Linked to NC objectives.

Free maths resources to download for SmartNotebook. Simple interactive activities on multiples, fractions, alphabet geometry and angles. Also find many more mini-movies for the IWB to illustrate maths concepts in a visual way on MisterTeacher.com. Good for whole class or small groups to learn interactively.

Here's a site with a HUGE set of online and printable logic puzzles, number puzzles and more!

TeacherLED | Interactive Whiteboard Resources | Excellent for all levels.

Pop Math Lite Cost Free Pop Math Lite This Lite version, of the Wired Kids Choice Award app, introduces basic addition. Six pairs of colored bubbles with numbers float around the screen, some showing equations and some showing the answers. Kids must pop the correct pairs to advance to different levels.A child who has mastered addition can progress to the full version of the app (\$0.99) to learn subtraction, multiplication, and division. (Android, iPhone, iPad)

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