Explain the concept of multiplication with the help of some cheeky monkeys. 
Select your table and then try to answer 20 questions correctly in under 1 minute. Teachers this site provides a printable feedback sheet. Great for preassessments! 
Select the table you wish to practice and then begin your ascent. 
Challenge a friend and be the first to the peak.  
Matching GameMatch the products with the factors 
ConcentrationMultiplication Version 
Choose the medium level and then choose multiplication  
Hidden PictureMultiplication Version 
Matho Multiplication Version of Bingo 
Math BaseballChoose the medium level and multiplication 

Spacey Math by LearningPlanet.com 

· Drag and Drop Subtraction

(multiplication) 
Megamaths "Pick a Card" The students should click on a number and then click on "Table Tournament"  
Megamaths "Maze" Students answer multiplication problems as they travel through the maze. 
Rules for the game are below it. Be sure to scroll down and read them. 
Rules for the game are below it. Be sure to scroll down and read them. 
Megamaths "Grid Game" Students will be tested on multiplication, division, adding, and subtracting.
 
2 player (multiplication & division) 

 
Teacher Instructional Multiplication Tool 
Number Magnets Click on the required number/symbol along the bottom of the screen and the appropriate magnet will appear in the work area. Drag and drop these magnets as required. 
Sum Flash
A useful set of
programs for the mental starter. Sum Flash will display questions for
the preset number of seconds (The large triangular button).
Alternatively the teacher can take control using the two arrowheaded
button. 

Printable Multiplication Worksheets 
Speed Tables Big Speed Table

Multiplication Grids Missing answers

Math Worksheets To Print

Place Value Puzzler Two great ways to work on place value; "Choose Place Value" & "Round Number." 

This module allows students to paint numbers for counting exercises such as skip counting by 2's, 5's, or 10's. 

Graphing 
Create a Graph Site Students follow directions to create a graph. 
Graphing Tool Kids can create a bar or pie graph by simply entering in the data. 
A flexible program
to support the teaching of pictograms. Use the readymade
examples or drag the yellow triangles to display your own data. 
Create a Tally Chart or discuss one of the readymade examples. 

Line Graph (1) Ask the pupils what might be happening between points using one of the readymade examples. Alternatively give the pupils a scenario and drag the points to reflect this. 
Explore simple
patterns, discuss ratio or simply count the colored counters.
Click on the work area (the white screen) and the preselected counter
will appear. This can now be dragged or deleted depending on the option
selected. 
Students create a
bar graph and must adjust the number scale used as they collect colored
bugs and create a bar graph in the process. 

 
Students must login and fight the space invaders by answering addition or subtraction problems. 
Students can compete against a friend in this adding game.  
Batter Up Baseball (Addition)
Get your paper and pencil ready as students add small numbers to hit a single and larger numbers to hit a homerun. 

Math Flashcards Use these flashcards to practice various math skills even make your own. 
Hidden Picture



Hidden Picture






Number Time Short number related cartoons on adding and subtracting tips. 
