Rather than write your own slides, use this resource to generate Roman numerals for class questioning. Set the range bands and then generate as many as you want. The second button gives helpful hints to assist learning such as the decimal equivalents and the places where subtraction needs to be used to work out the Roman […]

# Category: Games

## Roman Numerals Complete

Develop fluency with Roman numerals using this resource. A number appears as well as its Roman numeral equivalent, except there is a space in it. The player must select the appropriate Roman numeral to fill the space before the timer runs out. A wrong answer ends the game, correct answers complete it. Three options can […]

## Show The Angle

Set the angle to the given amount before the time runs out. The first 10 questions have an error margin of +/- 10 and the next ten require a greater accuracy of just +/-5. You can be wrong, and the game will tell you what angle you have set, but you must correct it before […]

## What is the remainder?

A nice and simple game for working on division with remainders. A simple division is shown alongside the answer, except for the remainder, which is the player’s job to find. The remainder will always be 1,2,3,or 4. Just tap the answer and move on. The timer starts after the first question is answered as you […]

## Symmetry Invaders

This is a game for practising symmetry and is compatible with IWB, iPad and other tablets. Defend yourself from the invaders by completing their symmetry to lock on and destroy them. Fail and they shoot back! A practise mode is included for teaching about symmetry or for students to practise before engaging the enemy. This […]

## Arithmagons

This teaching and learning resource, compatible with iPad, other tablets and PCs for the IWB uses the old favourite: Arithmagons. The thought to produce an updated versions of this resource came from browsing the informative blog by Colleen Young. There does not appear to be any Arithmagon resources compatible with tablets until this one. In these […]

## Add Up

This teaching and learning resource takes the form of a game compatible with iPad, Android and desktop computers. It will also work on phones although small screens may not be suitable for the size of the tiles. The game starts as soon as the player touches the tiles. The challenge is to select a group […]