P6/7 Maths

Multiples, factors and prime numbers


Problem Solving
The Problem Site
Tables memory game
BBC Adventure Games


Fraction games
Fractions, decimals and %
topic box
easy fraction games
fraction games
Ordering fractions
BBC decimals


Active Algebra
Math Algebra
Cool Maths


Angles games
Topic box – angles
Using a protractor


Revision Worksheets
Revision 2S (D)
Revision 1S/2D (C)


How many lines of symmetry?
Rotational Symmetry
Reflective symmetry
Create a symmetrical shape
The Symmetrizer
Symmetry Painting
Line Symmetry game


4 Quadrant Co-ordinate game
Co-ordinate Games
Billy Bug (4 quadrants)
Topic Box


Data Handling
Interpreting Data BBC
Bar Chart Creator
Gathering Data and recognising charts.
Create a graph
Comparing and interpreting data
Mean, median and mode
Scottish Neighbourhood Statistics
The Data Bank – Research Company

Loop cards
Cross the swamp
Speed grid challenge
Subtracting decimals
Maths Magician

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