Maths Without Limits
Opening Young Minds to Endless Possibilities
Memorising Activities & Games
• Designed to build core number skills
• To get the greatest benefit, make sure you read the teacher’s guides carefully and follow the guidance exactly
• The Counting Caterpillar, Tap Say Turn and the Number Triangle Game are particularly effective.
• The Clock Rap is an excellent activity for developing children’s understanding of time.

###### The Clock Rap

Make time fun with this highly popular game to help understand that times follow one another in sequence.

###### Tap Say Turn

Get excited by how quickly you can use this nifty game to memorise your tables facts and recall them in any order. Learn the rules together with the class and then work individually at your own...

###### Thigh Clap Snap Snap

Get clapping and rapping to commit the tables facts (2x1=2, 2x2=4, 2x3=6 etc) to memory.

###### The Number Triangle Game

When children first learn to add and subtract, they will be encouraged to use their fingers to help them. This is a good strategy for small numbers.  Once they have understood the concepts, they...

###### Sums and Differences

Small numbers are not always easy!   This pair game will provide challenge and develop problem solving skills while you are consolidating addition and subtraction facts within 20.

###### Tap Say Turn Change from £1

Get to grips with money with this versatile game designed to develop rapid recall of number pairs to 100(10 + 90, 20 + 80 and then 25 + 75, 35 + 65 etc.) Secure knowledge of these facts makes...

###### Find the Treasure

Get to grips with missing number problems like 7+?=15 using these engaging games on a floor number track.  Teach the games to the class and then leave the track in place while the children do their...

###### Tap Say Turn Number Bonds

Play this simple game to develop rapid recall of the story of ten (6+4=10 etc), the doubles (7+7=14 etc) and the teens facts (10+3=13 etc). Play it in class, with pupils all working individually,...

###### The Counting Caterpillar

Use this cheerful chappie to help memorise the ‘stations’ of each table. Learn the rules together with the whole class and then work on your own in school or at home, at your own level. Perfect...