How many ways can you write an expression for 100 which only uses the same digit repeated and any operations?

Practise your addition skills with this exercise that already has the calculation set out for you.

Practise your multiplication skills with this exercise that already has the calculation set out for you.

A number line showing tenths and hundredths with draggable arrows. This is a visual aid designed to be projected onto a whiteboard for whole class exposition

An interactive online activity requiring logical thinking and a certain amount of luck to place the digits on the correct side of the inequality sign.

The teacher has a set of six cards numbered 1 to 6. They are placed face down on the teachers desk so that the teacher can pick up one at random which students then have to fit onto a grid.

A drag and drop activity challenging you to arrange the digits to produce the largest possible product.

Practise long division with this exercise that already has the calculation set out for you.

Find the five lettered mathematical words by matching numbers with their equivalent in words.

A challenge to mentally add numbers together without making the classic place value mistakes.

Let the psychic read the cards and magically reveal the number you have secretly chosen. What is the mathematics that makes this trick work?

Partition numbers in different ways according to the clues given. The higher levels are quite hard!

Enjoy this exercise to show you understand place value for decimals and numbers of any size.

This is a visual aid designed to be projected onto a whiteboard for whole class exposition about place value.

Can you multiply a number by 1001 in your head? This exercise provides practice in this and other similar challenges.

A self marking exercise requiring students to round numbers to a given number of significant figures.

Practise short division with this exercise that already has the calculation set out for you.

Test your understanding of place value by comparing the values of digits in different positions within numbers.

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