To keep maths learning a fun part of everyday life, we've pulled together some maths based games you can play on a video call with keen relatives, friends or classmates.

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Addition and subtraction games for ages 5 to 7

Addition and subtraction are two of the basic building blocks of maths - build your child’s confidence in adding and subtracting by playing fun games and activities together. We’ve designed these activities to support children aged 5, 6 and 7 years old.

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The Division Workout - Division Facts Practice

Division is the natural complement to multiplication skills. Complete the division workout to master division facts and earn a certificate. For ages 8+.

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Even though most of the world is currently confined indoors, spring is still bursting out all over and giving lots of different opportunities for maths learning! All of these activities can be done using gardens or pots at home, looking through windows, or on daily walks for exercise.

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Have a go at our spooky Halloween picture puzzle!

Can you tackle this spooky halloween maths picture puzzle? Test your skills in addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and orders.

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The rugby world cup maths challenge

A Rugby World Cup-themed maths challenge for all the family. Here are 10 rugby maths questions, arranged in ascending difficulty. Suitable for 5 year olds to teenagers and grown ups.

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Are we nearly there yet? Maths games for family trips

Just in time for summer day trips and long journeys, we round up the best maths games to keep kids (and adults) entertained and while away the hours. "Are we nearly there yet?" Next time you hear this, try some of these.

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