Dice have many uses in the classroom but they tend to lead to chaos as they roll of tables or not everybody can see them. Use these dice on tablets, computers and IWBs. Choose 1,2, or 3 six-sided dice and click to roll them. Go to classroom dice. These are physics-based dice so older devices […]

# Category: iPad Compatible

## Fractions

Fraction charts are useful to show fractions and their equivalents. This resource does this using traditional horizontal fraction bars and the pie-chart-style ones shown. Toggle between the two types and adjust which fractions are shown. Go to fraction board teaching resource. This resource is part of the Numeracy Basics app available on the iPad app […]

## Isometric Drawing

Use this resource to model isometric drawing or let children practise with it on a computer or tablet. Just drag from one dot to another to draw in different colours or erase lines. An undo button is also useful. The dots themselves can be faded out to be less dominant. Go to isometric drawing teaching […]

## Hundred Square

A new refinement on a variety of number squares produced for this site. This one has distilled its features down to the most commonly used ones. Each tile also has non-colour-based identification for use with children with colour vision limitations. Tiles can also be made to ‘jiggle’ to highlight them. One hundred numbers can be […]

## Multiplication Grid

A multiplication grid for teaching times tables and as a reference for children is a useful classroom tool. Hide, colour or ‘wobble’ the different tiles. This resource is available for free online use or can be downloaded as part of the Numeracy Basics app. […]

## 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 […]