Maths Websites

e-ako Maths
This website is part of the NZ Maths website.  It will help students learn important and key maths concepts and skills.  You will need to register, but it's completely free.  Click here to check it out.

NZ Maths Family Page
This page from the NZ Maths website has a lot of information, games, resources and activities to help children and families with their maths.  Click here to visit the site.

Number Cruncher

This is a fun way to learn number sense, as well as problem solve.  You're given two numbers, one to start with and one to finish on.  The goal is to get to the target number in as few steps as possible.  There are two levels; beginners and experts.  Click here to check out the site and improve your maths.

Maths is Fun 
Maths is Fun is full of activities for all areas of maths.  You will find something for all levels of the primary school and beyond.  Click here to check out the site.

Maths Playground
Math Playground is an action-packed site for primary and intermediate school students. Practice your math skills, play a logic game and have some fun!  Click here to check out the site.

Fun Brain
Funbrain is a fantastic maths website.  It has heaps of really cool games that will help you with your maths.  We are sure you will like it.
Click here to check it out!

Maths Magician

Maths Magician is a fantastic site for building up your basic facts skills.  Students will try to beat the clock in a number of challenges, while at the same time striving for accuracy with their answers.  Click here to check it out.

A Plus Maths

A Plus Maths is a great site to get kids interested in Maths. It has a great selection of learning games, flash cards and many more. To check it out click here.

Number Nut
A fantastic site that covers all strands for all levels at primary and intermediate school.  Click here to access the site.

Count On
Count On is a collection of fun and educational maths games, puzzles, resources and links.  Click here to check it out.

Maths for Kids

This is an excellent collection of activities to improve your maths skills.  Click here to visit the site.

Maths Continuum
This site has many explanations of maths topics.  Each begins with a definition, then moves on to practising the skill with interactive pieces.  There's also an excellent glossary of maths terms.  Click here to visit thesite.

This is a FANTASTIC maths site that covers all skills, knowledge and concepts in the New Zealand Maths Curriculum.  Parents, teachers and students, bookmark this site as one you visit regularly.  Click here to visit the site.

Maths Arcade

Maths Arcade is a great website with a wide range of maths games that will help you to develop your maths skills.  Chances are you will have a lot of fun along the way!  Click here to check it out.

Maths Attack

In this online game you're a doctor and your objective is to stop viruses and bacteria by answering maths questions.  Click here to play the game.


Tutpup is a game 
where you can compete in fun, educational games against other kids from all over the World!  Click here to check it out.

Check out this website for free maths games to help you improve your literacy skills.
Khan Academy
Khan Academy is a great (and free!) website to support children with their maths learning.  There's also a wide range of other topics covered, but the most important from our perspective is what's there to help children with their maths, from beginners, all the way up to the most advanced students.  Anyone can sign up to create their own account.  Additionally, it's a programme that we will be looking to implement at Lakeview School.  Clickhere to visit the site.

Math is Fun
Math is Fun is loaded with activities and games.  They're divided into topics, such as algebra, geometry, games, dictionaries, and a lot more.  Click here to visit the site.

Kids Numbers is the absolutely free math resource designed by teachers, specifically for students and children of all ages. A place where students can practice all aspects of math, including addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, in a fun and pressure free way.  Click here to visit the site.

Give the Dog a Bone

This is a maths site that is aimed at students in the junior classes.  The site will help students develop their number skills with a game based on a 100s chart.  Click here to check it out. 


Coolmath is a mathematics site for parents, teachers and kids.  There is a huge range of activities for all of the mathematics strands that can be used to support class programmes.  The games will keep children entertained at home and will help them to develop their mathematics skills while having fun.  We hope that you enjoy using the site and would love to get feedback from you about the site.

BBC Schools 'Play a Game'

This site has a number of games aimed at helping students in the junior school develop their maths skills.  These could be played at school to support class programmes, or at home to give students a way to work on their numeracy skills with some fun activities.  Click here to check it out.