These links lead to a wide variety of free maths pages which are all in Flash paper or pdf format, allowing for easy printing out.
A superb free collection of board, counter and dice games, including how to play instructions, equipment needed and coloured layouts. These are ideal for printing out in colour and laminating, making a long lasting resource.
Using mathematical logic you can be seen to be a mind reader. You may not want to show how these tricks work, but your audience will be mystified!
A great set of maths puzzles for upper primary children. All answers are given. Many teachers use these as a weekly challenge. They are ideal for printing out in colour and laminating, making a long lasting resource.
A good imagination is needed to solve these puzzles; no looking at the answers before you solve them as they are a real test of lateral thinking.
The aim is to fill the grid so that each row, column and box contains the same numbers, usually one to nine. Simple! Of course not! Our easy ones might be, but the later ones are fiendishly difficult.