Maths – Primary

Maths gives children many key life skills, including number, time and money and we want children to enjoy maths.

Here are some websites with Primary-aged maths activities you could try at home:

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NRICH games & activities – a great website to promote investigative maths and reasoning. Browse by topic, play games or check out the ‘go wild’ section!
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KS2 maths games – free online maths games based on number, place value and time. Lots of other resources on this site too.
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Oxford Owl Maths – browse by age to find games, videos and activity sheets.











Other websites

Games to play together

There are lots of fun games you could play together, including:Picture of Junior Scrabble Board Game

  • ‘Pop’ number bond game (ideal YR-2 or for those learning bonds to 10)Picture of pop number board gamePicture of board game.
  • Learning Resources sum swamp
  • Monopoly
  • Card games, like sevens, ‘higher or lower’ and rummy
  • Junior Scrabble (great for adding scores, strategy and of course, word-building! Ideal for KS2 children and there are now child-themed versions like Harry Potter.)
  • Junior Cluedo

Here for you

If you’d like more ideas or advice to support reading for the child that you’re fostering, feel free to contact Sara Martin, Early Years and Primary Specialist at Sutton Virtual School on