This game is available to registered users only.

Registration is quick and simple.

How much does it cost? How do I pay? Who can login? Which games can I play?
Single-user license £10 per year (approx. US $16). Paypal or credit/debit card. Just you - but on any computer, so you can login at home an school. All the games on the website.
Whole-school license £50 per year (approx. US $80). Paypal, credit/debit card, or request an invoice (your account will be created within 24 hours). Invoices can be paid by cheque, BACS or debit/credit card. Everybody in your school, staff and students, both at school and home. All the games on the website.

Frequently asked questions

Q. Can I login at home and school with a single-user license?
A. Yes - You can log in anywhere with a single-user license, but only on one computer at a time. With a whole-school license all the children in your class (or school) can log in at the same time.
Q. With a single-user license can I log in at school and share your games with my students on an interactive whiteboard?
A. Yes.
Q. Can I access your iPad or Android apps with a single-user or whole-school license?
A. No, these are sold separately through the App store / Google Play.
Q. If I buy a license will I be able to play the new games that you add to the website?
A. Yes, you will be able to play all the games on the website for the next 12 months.
Q. Your games will not play on my iPad/tablet, why not?
A. The games require flash. Some tablets do not support flash. Apps can be downloaded for iOS and Android devices. You will be able to access all the website games on any desktop/laptop PC's or Chromebooks.
Q. I want a single-user license, but I don't want to setup a recurring payment with PayPal.
A. You will need to set up a recurring payment with PayPal, however you can cancel the recurring element of your payment at any time in the next 12 months. Your membership will last for 12 months from your payment date.
Q. How do you come up with the ideas for your games? Will ther be more to come? Will they be linked to te new curriculum?
A. I am an experienced teacher, and have taught throughout KS2. I always create games with my own class in mind. I used to make the games myself, but no longer have the time. I still design the games, but I have had two people working for me, and coding the games, for the last three years. They are much better at making games than I ever was! There are many new games in the pipeline. All my games are made fron a teacher's perspective, and are designed to meet key learning objecives. All new games are made with the 2014 new mathematics curriculum in mind.
Q. I have a question that you have not answered. Can I phone you?
A. As of September 2014 I am an acting headteacher, so am a bit busy during the school day. However you can email me at and I will get back to you.
Ted Burch, Mathsframe