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Welcome to Year 2's Maths Page

Come and practise all the skills you have been learning in class ... and you too can be a maths magician!


We hope you enjoy the maths games on this page.  By practising your skills, you will be able to improve your maths.  If you find a problem, or a link won't work, please tell Miss Merrell or Mrs Shaw so that they can put it right for everyone else!


          Numbers in digits and words         

Can you label the numbers with the correct words on Two Digit Number Labelling at

Choose the correct numbers in the circles to make the big red number on the rock at

Look at the cuisinaire rods and cubes and work out the number they show.  Click on the correct number in the bubble at

Count the tens then count the units.  Click on the correct bubble to make the dolphin jump when you are correct at


imgres.jpg     Comparing Two Numbers    imgres.jpg

Remember that, when you are deciding whether to use the < or > signs, the corocdile is greedy and always eats the largest number.


Have a go at putting the greater than > or less than < symbols in the right place between two numbers at

Read the reminder in Part 1 and then have a go at the activity in Part 2 of this web page



imgres.jpg   Odd and Even Numbers   imgres.jpg 

Remember the rhyme ...

0, 2, 4, 6 and 8, even numbers they are great!

1, 3, 5, 7 and 9, odd numbers are better all the time!


Try playing The Dragon's Eggs 1 and 2 and rescue the eggs by deciding if the numbers are odd or even at

Join Star and Hutch and choose whether the number is odd or even at

Drag and drop the tiles to the correct place on the venn diagram at

Burst the odd numbers in circles at

Have lots of fun by blasting the ghosts with even numbers at



       Rounding to the Nearest 10     

Remember the rule ....

If the number ends in a 1, 2, 3, or 4, you round down to the previous tens number.

If the number ends in a 5, 6, 7, 8 or 9, you round up to the next tens number.


Fancy testing yourself?  Try the online quiz at

Have a go at typing in the correct multiple of ten that the number on the dartboard would round to.  Choose INPUT ANSWERS - TU next 10.  This one is tricky!


       Number Bonds to 10, 20 and 100      

 It is really important that you know your number bonds to 10, 20 and 100.  They will help you work out the answer to lots of sums and so much more!  You can help yourself to learn them by practising here.


Practise your number bonds to 5, 10 or 100 - or even choose your own at

Help save the whale by choosing the correct length pipe that totals to 10 at    or

Think you know all your addition bonds to 10?  Test yourself to see if you are right at

Watch a fun video that explains why it is important to know your number bonds at

Choose the correct number in the Egyptian tomb to make 20 at

Have fun with a friend by blasting the ghosts that total the number you want to practice (you choose!).  Player 1 presses the 'z' key to fire, and player 2 presses the 'm' key at

Play "Hit the answer" with bonds to 10, 20 or 100.  How many answers can you get right in one minute?