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Who wants to be a Mathonaire?

Teaching and Learning Resources , Numeracy
Skills for Life Network

A web based numeracy game based on the ‘Who Wants To Be a Millionaire’ TV series

The game is available on the Count On website. It features show host Chris Tangent, and learners can choose to answer questions according to a range of levels of difficulty. You will need to download Shockwave player Version 8 if you don’t already have this, but you can download it for free from the site.


The Count On website is managed by the University of York on behalf of the DfES. It offers a wide range of on-line numeracy related games and activities, many of which are suitable for adult learners. You may like to take a look at the Sudoku puzzles – a new one appears every day on the site.

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