Good morning all! I have heard from nearly everyone now by email - it is great to know how you are all doing.
Have a look here if you can:
There are some super maths games for key stage one. These ones involve a grid with numbers on and two dice. Each player rolls the two dice, adds them together and colours the answer on the grid. The aim is to get 4 in a row! You can also do finding the difference, and there are harder grids for older year two children. If using the harder version, you need to stick labels saying 7, 8 and 9 over the numbers 1, 2 and 3 on each dice.
If you can't access this online, draw your own 6x6 grid and fill with numbers 2-12 for the 'easier' adding version and for the harder version, fill the grid with 2 digit numbers from 10-18. Any game involving quick addition and subtraction would be great! Best wishes.