**Mr. Anker Maths Tests **- scroll down to the green part and select your topic.

- Building Expression - Flying Dino (Pterosaur ) and eggs
- Addition and Subtraction - Mission 2nd
- Number Invaders - Save the Planet

- Number Cop - Learn about Time Tables
- Time Table Grid
- Math Trainer - Multiplication
- Time Table Challenge
- Time Table Multiplier from Princess May Primary School
- Random Multiplication - Mr. Anker Maths Test
- Multiplication of 6,7,8 and 9 - Mr. Anker Maths Test
- Seven Time Table Song - just change the site address to a different number for other times table.
- Time Table Challenge - Numbers 2 to 10
- Underwater Time Table
- Times Table - Time Trials
- Commutative, Associative and Distributive Laws
- Hit the Button - Halves, Double, Times table, Divison Facts

- Divisibility Rules - Given a number, which rules apply!
- Divisibility Rules - Learn from Grace
- Tutorial on Divisiblity Rules by Mr Hobbs
- Divisibility Rules - Click and Match
- Divisbility Rules from Helping with Math.com

- Model used to explore prime and composite number
- Fruit Splat - Prime and Composite Numbers
- Prime Factorisation - a number is given and find their prime factors
- Prime and Composite Numbers from A Maths Dictionary for Kids
- The Factor Tree Games
- Multiples, Factors, Primes and Composites: Factors Introduction
- Welcome to the World of Prime Numbers - 1 to 100
- How quick you can select all Prime Numbers up to 100?

A common multiple is a number that is a multiple of two or more numbers. The common multiples of 3 and 4 are 12, 24, .... (3x1=3, 3x2=6, 3x3=9, 3x4=**12**, 3x5=15. 3x6=18, 3x7=21, 3x8=**24**........) and (4x1=4, 4x2=8, 4x3=**12**, 4x4=16, 4x5=20, 4x6=**24**......). The **Lowest Common Multiple** (**LCM**) of two numbers is the smallest number that is a multiple of both, that is, 12 (LCM of 3 and 4). The next is 24...

- Find the LCM (Lowest Common Factor)
- Fruit Shoot LCM
- Prime Numbers HCF and LCF - Learn how to find them step by step
- Factors, LCM and HCF Tutorial
- LCM of 2 or more Number - Helping the Ant

**Highest Common Factor** (HCF) of 18 and 30 is the **highest** number that both can be divided by without a remainder. Eg. 18 has **factors** : 1, 2, 3, **6**, 9, 18. 30 has factors: 1, 2, 3, 5, **6**, 10, 15. So HCF= **6**.

- Interactive Fractors Tree from softschools.com or

http://www.softschools.com/math/factors/factor_tree/ - Math Goodies Factor Tree Games
- Fruit Splat - Greatest Common Factors
- Illustrate the Greatest Common Factors of the 2 numbers 48 and 60
- Different methods to find LCM and HCF - Edurite
- Highest Common Factor from Midas
- Quick Questions Interface on HCF and LCM - setting your own questions
- Divisible Rules from softschools.com

- Squares and Square Roots from Maths Is Fun
- Perfect Squares and Square Numbers
- List of the Perfect Squares
- Properties of Perfect Squares
- Cubes from Math-Only-Math.com
- Cubes and Cube Roots from Maths Is Fun

- Prime Factos, HCFs LCMs and Indices
- Index Notation and Powers of 10 from Maths is Fun
- Expanded Form from Maths is Fun
- Year 8 Interactive Maths - Indices

- Advanced Roman Numerals Converter
- Roman Numerals Calculator, Quiz and Games
- Mr Anker Roman Numerals Test Set 2
- Mr Anker Roman Numerals Test Set 3
- Mr Anker Roman Numerals Test Set 4
- Roman Numerals Games
- Roman Numerals Ball Games
- Rotten Romans Games

- Rounding Bingo
- Rounding to the Nearest Ten or Hundred on the Planet Katrol
- Rounding to the Nearest 10 Set 1 - Mr. Anker Test
- Rounding to the Nearest 10 Set 2 - Mr. Anker Test
- Rounding to the Nearest 100 Set 1 Mr. Anker Test
- Rounding to the Nearest 100 Set 2 - Mr. Anker Test
- Rounding to the Nearest 1000 Set 3 - Mr. Anker Test
- Rounding from MathsFrame - click at the Full Screen on the top of the blue diagram
- Rounding Whole Numbers and Decimals
- Scooter Quest Decimals - Rounding Games
- Rounding to decimals Set 1 - Mr. Anker
- Rounding to decimals Set 3 - Mr. Anker
- Rounding to decimals Set 5 - Mr. Anker

- Order of Operation - BBC Bitesize
- Performing Arithimetic Processes in the Correct Order
- Hood Shed
- Mathopolis Quiz on Order of Operation

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