If you are looking for a great board game to inspire and engage, then look no further than our fantastic selection of number, shape and strategy board games. We have classic strategy games like Go or the Viking Game, thinking number games like Equate and Nubble and games to practice different maths skills like Totally Tut and Times Tables Lotto.
Games for the family to play at home or great ways of promoting maths learning in schools.See all Board Games
Puzzles to baffle and amuse. A good puzzle takes time to solve. Some are classics, some work at different levels. Most are suitable for all ages.See all Puzzles
You'll find something for all ages in our fantastic range of card games. Have a look at the fast-paced Snap It Up or the challenging Numero. If you love number problems, why not try Target Maths or the best-selling 24 game.See all Card Games
A wide range of books including the Intelliquest Quiz books, Tarquin maths books and our own publication - the Data Books: a complete data handling resource for teachers.
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Polydron has been a classroom geometry standard for many years. It is also an excellent building material. Very high quality pieces snap together to produce strng solid shapes, making great toys as well as developing 3D awareness.See all Construction Sets
Board games to help you learn about managing your money, take out loans, calculate interest and make correct financial decisions.
Our range of Financial Literacy games have all been designed in-house. They develop a range of skills in finance and enterprise and are great family games as well as suitable for classroom use.See all Financial Literacy
Dice, counters, calculators, timers, ... All the little bits you need to make your own games and activities.See all Calculators etc
A wide range of box sets to support you in setting up a maths club, run a whole day maths event, run a course for gifted and talented mathematicians or to support the nation Number Partners programme.See all Resource Boxes
A range of courses for teachers, heads of maths departments and PGCE students, focusing on:
- enrichment maths activities to challenge and inspire
- using hand-held technology in the classroom: graphing calculators
- numeracy across the curriculum