Numberella™ is a card and dice maths game which makes learning and teaching maths more enjoyable – and as a result, changes the classroom culture around the subject, increasing engagement and enthusiasm. Introduced at BETT 2017 as a prototype, it was enthusiastically received and has now been trialled at 20 schools across the UK receiving rave reviews from teachers and pupils alike.
Andrew G, of Misterton Primary School said that Numberella is ‘making children think outside the box’ and ‘do maths for a reason / with purpose.’
Beverly L of Leopold Brent said that Numberella ‘has a positive impact on the children’ and is giving them ‘more confidence in maths.’
Callum I, a student at the EGS SEN school near Coventry said “thankyou so much for sending this game to us. It was amazing,’ whilst Jennifer, from year 5 at Bowes Primary said “I loved Numberella… it lets you challenge yourself and test your maths skills.”
Launching in January 2018 with accompanying software that allows league creation, house formation, and online interaction which deepens the penetration of the Numberella effect – Numberella will transform the way your students relate to maths, sharpen their skill sets, and change the culture of your classroom.
Premier League Primary Stars has launched a scheme offering primary schools free resources which can be used for active classroom sessions and PE lessons, such as footballs, floor spots and giant dice.