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Place Value Basketball helps you to understand the concept of hundreds, tens and ones. You need to recognise the Base 10 blocks and match to numbers up to three digits on the basketballs.

 

Place value is a difficult concept and this game can help you to know the value of each number depending on its position.

Base 10 refers to the place value number system in common use around the world, that uses decimal numbers. Base 10 is the basis of a place value number system and is also called the decimal system or denary system.

 

Here is an interactive set of H T O (hundreds, tens and ones) blocks that can be used to help with maths work - they are brilliant on a tablet or iPad as they can be moved around easily by hand. They work well on a mobile phone too but are just a bit smaller. 

Read the time on an analogue clock and match with digital time. Lots of choice over levels, including: reading time to the nearest hour, half hour, quarter hour, five minutes or minute. Options include using a 24 hour clock and seeing how many correct answers you can get in a given time.

Match simple analogue times with digital equivalents. There are three levels of difficulty: hours, half hours and quarter hours.

Mummy Numberlines Addition & Subtraction using a numberline 

Instructions: read the maths sentence, move the numberline so that you can see the starting number, move the arrow or the numberline to find the answer, type the answer then press check. 

Match numbers to the fruits to the target number words. There are four levels of difficulty: 1-10, 1-20, 1-100 and 1-1000. You should be able to match numbers up to 1000 by Y3. 

Order numbers, forwards and backwards. Challenge yourselves to order larger numbers, negative numbers and even decimals! You can also use this game to practise your sequencing. 

The aim of this game is to build a tower tall enough to reach into space. The blocks must be stacked in the correct order. Drag them on top of each other, smallest number at the bottom, largest at the top, then click 'Check My Answer'. 

We use this interactive hundred square in class to help us find 1 more/less and 10 more/less. You can choose the size of the chart but 1-100 is the most useful in Y3.

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