Football Maths Games CD
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58 award-winning board games covering basic maths skills and facts: Number Bonds, Odds & Evens, Doubling, Halving, Addition, Subtraction, Teen & Ty (e.g. 16 and 60), Place Value, Bridge 10, Rounding, Times Tables, Division Tables, Fractions and Comparing Fractions, Decimals & Percentages.
Best Product of the Year 2015
Who are these games for?
Avid football fans 7-14 years who are struggling with basic maths skills and facts and need lots of fun repetition to secure this knowledge. Learn with the extra support provided with most of the games or practice without the support.
- Motivational football games
- Full and clear instructions
- Repeated fun practice
- Practice basic maths skills
- Easy to learn – games follow similar rules
- Follows curriculum learning objectives
- Learn a memory technique
- Supporting resources for learning
- Ink saving low colour printing options
Here’s a complete list of all the games:
|Doubles 10 Game||FDP of a group Game||It’s All Over Now Subtraction 30 Game|
|Halves 10 Game||FDP of a larger group Game||It’s All Over Now Subtraction 100 Game|
|Doubles 24 Game||Place Value TU Game||Times Tables 2 & 5 Game|
|Doubles 24 Game||Place Value HTU Game||Division Tables 2 & 5 Game|
|Doubles 24 Game||Place Value Th HTU Game||Times Tables 2 & 10 Game|
|Halves 24 Game||Rounding 10 Game||Division Tables 2 & 10 Game|
|Add 1 Add 10 Game||Rounding 100 1 Game||Times Tables 3 & 4 Game|
|Subtract 1 Subtract 10 Game||Rounding 100 2 Game||Division Tables 3 & 4 Game|
|Bridge 10 Practice + 9+ 11 Game||Odds Evens Boys Game 1 Game||Times Tables 3 & 6 Game|
|Bridge 10 + 9 + 11 Game||Odds Evens Boys Game 2 Game||Division Tables 3 & 6 Game|
|Bridge 10 Practice – 9 – 11 Game||Odds Evens Girls Game 1 Game||Times Tables 4 & 8 Game|
|Bridge 10 – 9 – 11 Game||Odds Evens Girls Game 2 Game||Division Tables 4 & 8 Game|
|Counting in 2 & 5 Game||3 in Row Addition NB 10 Game||Times Tables 6 & 7 Game|
|Counting in 2 & 10 Game||3 in Row Subtraction NB 10 Game||Division Tables 6 & 7 Game|
|Teen & Ty (e.g. 16 & 60) Say the numbers Game||3 in Row Addition NB 5 Game||Times Tables 8 & 9 Game|
|Teen & Ty Simple addition with less than/more than symbols & words Game||3 in Row Subtraction NB 5 Game||Division Tables 8 & 9 Game|
|Teen & Ty Calculate the Question using Tens & Units & <> symbols Game||It’s All Over Now Addition 10 Game||Times Tables 11 & 12 Game|
|Teen & Ty Mixing eveything together Game||It’s All Over Now Addition 20 Game||Division Tables 11 & 12 Game|
|Fractions: Shape Fractions Game||It’s All Over Now Addition 30 Game||Times Tables 7 & 12 Game|
|Fractions of a group Game||It’s All Over Now Addition 100 Game||Division Tables 7&12 Game|
|Fractions of a larger group Game||It’s All Over Now Subtraction 10 Game|
|FDP of Shapes Game||It’s All Over Now Subtraction 20 Game|
“All the students I have used the games with so far have loved them and are enthusiastic. Parents are really happy to have something else to try! I am
using with students who really struggle with memory and who cannot learn times tables through rote learning. One student took two games home with
her for the weekend, she was that keen to practice. She also made her target in the 7 times tables after playing the game at home for 2 nights. Great results
so far.” Clare Rimmer – Director Kip McGrath Tuition Centre Lisburn. Northern Ireland.
“Deceptively simple, quickly addictive – very easy to see how these resources can be used to practise & revise basic maths skills. Can’t wait to introduce to my Year 6’s who need this sort of fun activity.” Mrs D. Short Teaching & Learning
Mentor, Southampton. UK.
“The games are easy to use, easy to explain and my pupil used to really look forward to playing them.” Teaching Assistant, UK.
“The time it took for each game was good. It was easy to fit into a 20 minute session. The group were enthusiastic about the football. The reverse of the ty/teen board was a really good idea and it was good to be able to play a game that offered some over learning from a previous lesson as well as practice for the current session.” Tessa Wallace – Learning Support Assistant, UK.