Foundation - Subitise small collections of objects. Students represent practical situations to model addition and sharing. Australian Curriculum Yr F Achievement Standard

Pop the balloons in order from the smallest sum to the largest sum. Number range up to 10.

Chopper Squad is an easier version of the mental maths game, Helicopter Rescue. Chopper Squad has different sized number grids, the largest of which is from 1 to 100. It is designed to help students with the concept of one more or less and ten more or less than a given number.

Choose the fish by clicking the aquarium with the correct answer to the subtraction problem. 'Easy' or 'Medium' to 10. 'Hard' for subtraction to 20.

An interactive number charts resource with 8 different sized number grids including a regular hundred square. Charts are printable on desktop machines. Tablet-friendly.

Number facts to 9. Can you find the pearl with the answer to the subtraction problem? Many levels.

Year 1 - Carry out simple additions and subtractions using counting strategies. Represent and solve simple addition and subtraction problems using a range of strategies including counting on, partitioning and rearranging parts. Australian Curriculum Yr 1 Achievement Standard

All the kids on the bus are on the wrong seats and it's a wild scene! The bus cannot make it to school in this condition. Re-arrange the kids so that they are in the right seats. However the seats have addition problems from 0-20, not seat numbers!

This game helps students identify and work with two-digit numbers. The oral questions in the first game mode requires students to find a specific number. In the second they are required to find a number in between two given numbers.

Subtraction word problems with pictures. How many bees are in the hive?

Chopper Squad is an easier version of the mental maths game, Helicopter Rescue. Chopper Squad has different sized number grids, the largest of which is from 1 to 100. It is designed to help students with the concept of one more or less and ten more or less than a given number.

Help the monkey cross the swamp by using all of your addition, subtraction, multiplication and division skills. 3 levels.

This hundred square is similar in function to the standard Hundred Square except you can choose the start number for the hundred numbers. With this you can model how patterns continue as the cross into the hundreds all the way up to 1000.

Shoot the spaceship with the correct answer and dodge the incoming fire. A fun game to practise addition, subtraction, multiplcation and fractions. May different levels to play.

Answer the problem and click the 'check' button. A bouncing dot will show you the answer on the number line.

Help Molly find her way out to the pyramid by choosing the right number or symbol. Three levels.

An interactive number charts resource with 8 different sized number grids including a regular hundred square. Charts are printable on desktop machines. Tablet-friendly.

Practice your adding and subtracting skills with this triathlon challenge. Choose a country, select a sport and goodluck! Get as many questions correct as you can in a minute before you can go to the next level.

Find how many different ways you can put the teddies in two houses. Uses numbers to 10.

Back to TopYear 2 - Perform simple addition and subtraction calculations using a range of efficient mental and written strategies. Australian Curriculum Yr 2 Achievement Standard

The aliens are slowly descending! Shoot the alien with the answer. Starts with 1 digit addition problems, advances to double digits.

Choose your fish and click the bubble with the answer to the subtraction problem to go faster. Loads of levels.

A selection of word problems that can cover addition and subtraction. Each time you answer correctly you add another famous friend to your list of celebrities! 50 to collect!

Can you knock 'em down? Hit the bowling pins that say what you need. If it says 'Hit all the ones greater than 7' then use your knowledge of basic +, - and x to hit those ones! Best of ten frames...

Click on numbers that add up to the number on the right. Each level gets harder and harder!

Help the monkey cross the swamp by using all of your addition, subtraction, multiplication and division skills. 3 levels.

Shoot the fruit with the sum on the number line. Three levels of addition to + 9.

Practice your times and division tables.Great for sharpening your mental maths skills. Select from addition, subtraction, times and division problems. Many levels.

Shoot the slime before it invades by answering the subtraction sums. Uses numbers to 20.

Number Invaders are descending upon the planet. You'll need instant recall of math facts and a steady hand!

If some rabbits run away how many will be left? A two level game using numbers to 20 and subtraction.

Counting, ordering, sequencing, number bonds, addition, subtraction, multiplication and more, all set around a Spring theme.

You are a frog. Choose what operation you would like to practice. You be offered two questions. Choosing the lily that has the highest answer you'll find your through. Hope you can swim!

Back to TopYear 3 - Recognise the connection between addition and subtraction and solve problems using efficient strategies for multiplication. Students recall addition and multiplication facts for single-digit numbers. They continue number patterns involving addition and subtraction. Australian Curriculum Yr 3 Achievement Standard

A quick fire space invader addition game. It's a challenge but will improve your mental maths skills.

Can you knock 'em down? Hit the bowling pins that say what you need. If it says 'Hit all the ones greater than 7' then use your knowledge of basic +, - and x to hit those ones! Best of ten frames...

Four levels using numbers to 100. Shoot the fruit with the answer to the addition problem. Loads of fun splatting fruit.

Choose your level of subtraction challenge. Single and double digit subtraction with or without regrouping. Blast the fruit!

Choose from 'Addition and Subraction' or 'Multiplication and Division'… Loads of questions to get your brain working.

This hundred square is similar in function to the standard Hundred Square except you can choose the start number for the hundred numbers. With this you can model how patterns continue as the cross into the hundreds all the way up to 1000.

A great teaching resource which helps students understand place value. It uses hundreds, tens and ones blocks. It's great for demonstrating partitioning as you can break apart the pieces.

Make each row, column and diagonal add up to the magic total. Some magic squares have a few numbers in already to get you going.

Shoot the spaceship with the correct answer and dodge the incoming fire. A fun game to practise addition, subtraction, multiplcation and fractions. May different levels to play.

One of my favourites! Click the number you want to work on up to 15. Great practice for addition.

Choose what operation you want to practice. +, -, X or /. Choose what numbers you would like to work on. How fast you go depends on how fast you are with your mental maths strategies!

By filling and squirting, find out the relationship between the capacity of containers of different shapes and sizes.

Choose your team, the computer (or opponent’s) team, and the time limit. When you play the computer, some teams are harder to beat than others. Rumble down the field by answering addition, subtraction, multiplication and division facts in the given time.

Welcome to the first annual all-pretzel arm wrestling tournament. The strength of your pretzel-flexible arms is governed by your quick skills in addition and subtraction. Be quick and accurate. The calculations get harder as you move up levels.

Build a water slide using your knowledge of numbers to 20.

Build a water slide using your knowledge of numbers to 20.

Back to TopYear 4 - Solve simple problems involving the four operations (+, -, X, /) using a range of strategies. Students check the reasonableness of answers using estimation and rounding. They identify and explain strategies for finding unknown quantities in number sentences involving the four operations. Australian Curriculum Yr 4 Achievement Standard

Use your addition and subtraction skills to collect bio rods and destroy the evil Roboids. Takes a while to load but the graphics are excellent! Three games to work through.

Click the range of numbers you want to work on up to 15. Match pairs of balls that add up to that number. Lot of levels to practice.

Shoot the buffalo with the math problem that equals the number in the upper right. You have three arrows. If you miss your target, or hit the wrong buffalo, you will lose an arrow. As you progress through each round, the buffalo move faster and the number in the upper right grows larger.

Interactive learning tool for completing one, two, three, or four digit addition, subtraction, multiplication or division math problems. Completely customizable so YOU choose the number of problems you complete and HOW complicated you would like them to be. This program also corrects each problem after you have submitted your answer.

Four levels using numbers to 100. Shoot the fruit with the answer to the addition problem. Loads of fun splatting fruit.

Select double digit addition, subtraction or multiplication. Throwing from the wrong answer spot will make you miss the basket. Two levels and lots of fun!

Find the number in the top corner. Click on ALL of the fries that have a math problem that equals the number in the upper right corner. Use your mental addition and subtraction skills to solve the 25 questions in each round that equal the number and the 25 that don't.

The Monkeys need to get to the Gorrilla's Ball on the 5th floor. Can you fill the elevator just enough that they all get there? Use your addition, subtraction and estimation skills to help you out.

Place the power cells in the circles so that the numbers equal the power line total. Complete 8 levels to receive the password to unlock phase two. Great sounds too.

Use your addition and subtraction skills to blast shots into the goalie! Two problems for each shot. One for power and one for accuracy. Make it to 10 goals and you are awarded the 'HALL OF FAME' certificate that you can print out!

Multiplication, Addition, Reading Numbers, Subtraction, Fractions of Numbers, Roman Numerals, Rounding Numbers, Division, Converting Fractions to Decimals, Converting Fractions to Percentages, and Simplifying Fractions. Select your level and off you go!

By filling and squirting, find out the relationship between the capacity of containers of different shapes and sizes.

This sorting tool will help you to investigate the features of multiples, odd and even and prime and composite numbers.

Back to TopYear 5 - Solve simple problems involving the four operations using a range of strategies. Students check the reasonableness of answers using estimation and rounding They identify and explain strategies for finding unknown quantities in number sentences involving the four operations. Australian Curriculum Yr 5 Achievement Standard

Use your arrow key to move the tiles. When two tiles with the same number touch they merge into one. Can you make 2048 using your mental maths skills?

Choose your level - a selection of word problems that can cover addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and measurement... or everything! Each time you answer correctly you add another famous friend to your list of celebrities! 50 to collect!

Use subtraction skills to play this bowling game. You may need a pencil and paper to help you solve the problems.

Four levels using numbers to 100. Shoot the fruit with the answer to the addition problem. Loads of fun splatting fruit.

This hundred square is similar in function to the standard Hundred Square except you can choose the start number for the hundred numbers. With this you can model how patterns continue as the cross into the hundreds all the way up to 1000.

Choose an operation (x, -, + or /). If you choose the addition course, you might see + 6. This means that you must ski between all flags that show a + 6 relationship. If the flags are numbered 2 and 8, you would ski through them. If they are numbered 5 and 10, you would ski around them. You can work your way up to a GOLD medal certificate to print!

Shoot the spaceship with the correct answer and dodge the incoming fire. A fun game to practise addition, subtraction, multiplcation and fractions. May different levels to play.

One of my favourites! Click the number you want to work on up to 15. Great practice for addition.

Back to TopYear 6 - Select and apply efficient mental and written strategies and appropriate digital technologies to solve problems involving all four operations with whole numbers up to tens of thousands. Australian Curriculum Yr 6 Achievement Standard

Interactive learning tool for completing one, two, three, or four digit addition, subtraction, multiplication or division math problems. Completely customizable so YOU choose the number of problems you complete and HOW complicated you would like them to be. This program also corrects each problem after you have submitted your answer.

Choose a character and the course. Putting green is one hole, junior course is six holes, and pro course is nine holes. Pro course includes multiplication, whereas junior course includes large addition and subtraction. If you're within %25 of the right answer you get another shot, if you get it right you get a HOLE IN ONE!

You'll need all your mental maths skills to escape with the bio-rods on this mission. Three games. Mental maths skills are essential. Good luck!

Use your knowledge of negative numbers to defeat the evil Roboids. Takes a while to load but the graphics are excellent! Three games.

Multiplication, Addition, Reading Numbers, Subtraction, Fractions of Numbers, Roman Numerals, Rounding Numbers, Division, Converting Fractions to Decimals, Converting Fractions to Percentages, and Simplifying Fractions. Select your level and off you go!

Challenge your understanding of place value in whole numbers and decimal fractions, from 0.001 to 9999. Either add or subtract numbers to reach a target number.

Back to TopYear 7 - Students solve problems involving the comparison, addition and subtraction of integers. Australian Curriculum Yr 7 Achievement Standard

Add and subtract fractions with different denominators. A visual tool to understand how to find a common denominator and then add or subtract fractions.

Investigate how the number of rotations of a gear depends on the gear size. Experiment with the combination of two gears that will adjust the speed of the conveyor belt to give perfect biscuits.

Interactive learning tool for completing one, two, three, or four digit addition, subtraction, multiplication or division math problems. Completely customizable so YOU choose the number of problems you complete and HOW complicated you would like them to be. This program also corrects each problem after you have submitted your answer.

Use counters to model the addition of integers, for example (-2)+(+5)=(+3). See the calculations represented in an alternate form on a number line.

Use counters to model the addition and subtraction of integers. For example, (-2)+(+5)=(+3) or (-2)–(-5)=(+3). See the calculations represented in an alternate form on a number line.

Explore the use of scale on a number line. Select a ruler displaying a helpful scale such as ones. Look at a pair of numbers such as -5 and -2 marked on a number line. Apply a marked scale to help estimate the relative distances.

You're in charge of buying the cheapest canteen supplies from two different traders. Working online, purchase given amounts of items such as bottles of orange juice and cheese sticks. For each item, check the prices and package sizes of two traders. Perform basic calculations to select the cheaper deal for each item. Compare the total cost of the items from each trader.