….and other arithmetic skills.

**Sumdog** provides free numeracy games at 10 different levels. For a great way to practice adding and subtracting with negative numbers, play these games at level 10. There is a complete list of topics at each level **here**. Students can choose from several games.

I like the way that the **various skill levels** can be restricted; the site is aimed at students aged 6 to 14 (having said that some of my Year 11 (age 15-16) students looked like they were rather enjoying themselves recently) so I want my secondary age students to practise the skills at the upper end of the age range and have currently restricted them all to levels 8, 9 and 10. It is possible to set up competitions which I have done very successfully with Year 10 as one of our many Enrichment Week activities. See the **Teachers’ page**, also the **help section** for teachers.

Sumdog are creating a **library of videos** to help teachers get the most out of Sumdog.

I have linked to information **for students** on the companion Mathematics blog for students.

You can choose to play as a guest or sign up (free) so you can save your scores and see how you improve over time. The games are all completely free to use as are **several other features for teachers**.

You can follow the **Sumdog blog** for all the latest features.

### Like this:

Like Loading...

*Related*

i ike sum dog

LikeLike

I’m glad to hear it! It is an excellent site.

LikeLike