This quiz starts with entry level questions but to win a million you need to be able to solve equations and be an expert at 3d shapes! Who wants to be a mathionaire?

The Tower of Hanoi is one of the most famous mathematical puzzles. See if you can work out how to do it with 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 discs. Then see if you can do it using the minimum number of moves.

Try a mathematical wordsearch to increase your vocabulary.

Here’s some timetable problems. I like the use of the time-line to show students how to calculate the answer.

Try these quizzes from Mathsframe.

These Brain Games are a great way to practice your numeracy skills.

These Brain Games are great for GCSE maths revision. (Be patient, it takes a while to load)

Try this exercise. Don’t forget to set your sums out carefully by lining up the decimal points.

Revise Ratio and Proportion with this Hot Topic from Move-On.

Use this Move-On Hot Topic to revise Perimeter, Area and Volume.

See the Move-On Hot Topic to help you with tables, graphs and charts.