Dinosaur Multiples Bubble Pop Maths Game

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Use this fun and engaging dinosaur-themed maths game to encourage children to learn how to identify multiples of a given number.

Within the game, children are able to select which multiples they wish to practise (ranging from multiples of 2 to multiples of 12).

Following the English national curriculum programme of study, children in year 1 are expected to count in multiples of 2, 5 and 10. Multiples of 3 are introduced in year 2. In year 3, children are required to recognise and count in multiples of 4 and 8. Multiples of 6, 7 and 9 are introduced in year 4.

This educational maths game enables children to recognise patterns within multiples of a given number and supports them to develop a framework of number knowledge to help them retrieve solutions automatically. Knowing multiples of a given number will help children to complete multiplication and division problems efficiently. This will enable them to rapidly recall times table facts, which will now be tested towards the end of year 4.
Contributed by Declan Lockheed, Twinkl

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