This superb collection of mental arithmetic activities and games will help children know addition, subtraction, multiplication and division facts. It also helps them to apply their knowledge when working with larger numbers and introduces written methods.

Each activity concentrates on just one concept, enabling endless practice until it has been mastered. The Help button gives further advice and don't forget that many activities provide a printout after ten questions, brilliant to show just what has been done!

We have arranged all our Year 3 Maths Games (age 7-8) into the following categories. Each has many resources within so why not jump in and explore the site?

- Knowing Addition Facts
- Addition Strategies
- Further Addition Strategies
- Written Methods for Addition
- Revise Subtraction
- Know Subtraction Facts
- Subtraction Strategies
- Doubling and Halving
- Times Tables
- Understanding Multiplication
- Division and Fractions

Our most popular Year 3 Maths Games (age 7-8). Each of these resources has been selected due to the number of times they have been viewed by our members.

A nice gentle start to addition with numbers up to 20. The number grid can be used by those who are not confident with counting on.

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Adding ten to numbers in the 90s means crossing the hundreds boundary. use the number grid to help.

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Our chameleons can change colour almost as quickly as they can add up whole tens.

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Add a single digit to a 2-digit number. Start with the larger number and add on to make these as easy as possible.

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If the answers are known off by heart a much higher score can be achieved.

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Click on two of the numbers and see if the correct answer comes up. There could even be more than one correct possibility.

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Add 9 to any three digit number: the black cat will wait patiently for you to finish!

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It's time to fly high by adding 11 to 2-digit numbers. Easy really, just add ten and then add one, or the other way round, whichever you prefer.

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