Maths games

This page will show different maths games for you to have a go with at home, most will just need a pack of cards (if you don't have a pack of cards at home you could make your own!)

Have fun challenging your families, you could even create your own Maths card game and send us some ideas. 


Mrs Drake  

Bank the difference

This a great game to play to help with comparing numbers and finding the difference.

How to do your times tables on your fingers x 6, x 7, x 8, x 9

This game uses a trick to help with remembering the 6, 7, 8 and 9 times tables. These can be the most challenging of the tables for children to learn, so thi...

Clock patience

I loved clock patience as a child! Give it a go and let me know how you get on


Want a quick to learn game that can be used to practise lots of different areas of maths (including time tables) and is fun at the same time? Duel is the perfect game!

Multiplication collection

This video contains three maths games; two are great for practising times table facts and the third is more challenging! Give them a go and let your teacher know hoe you got on.

The remainder game

The title really says it all - this game is a fun way to explore what happens in division. A good excuse to eat some of the Easter treats you might have at home! You could play sweets like in the video or any objects you have at home. If you don’t have a die at home use or write numbers 1-6 on pieces of paper and pick them out of a bowl.

Risky game

All you need is a pack of cards! Risky is great fun. How brave are you? Dare you turn over another card, or are you going to play it safe and bank what you already have?


Regroupy is a great game to practice column addition. It can be played with 4 digit by 4 digit as shown here or 3digit by 3digit

Crooked rules

Crooked rules is a simple maths game to rehearse place value in a fun way. All you need is a die, pencil, paper and a friend.

Digit placement game

How close can you get to the target number? This is fun game that can be adapted for any year group

Race to Twenty

Race to twenty is a simple game but can be made harder by making the counters represent 100 and race to 2000, or 0.1 and race to 2

Developing number sense games

These are games that are aimed at KS1 children but could be played with younger siblings or made more difficult.

All Change Multiplication

A great game to practise your times tables and division facts

Maths games