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. […]

# Category: Multiplication

## Carroll Diagram

This teaching resource is for both teaching how to use Carroll diagrams and for practising using them. There are two modes: Demonstration Mode: This is untimed and unscored. It gives immediate feedback and numbers can be moved repeatedly. Teachers may like to use this on an IWB or tablet to demonstrate the concept. Challenge Mode: […]

## Venn Chart

This resource has two sections. One is for children to practise sorting multiple on a Venn diagram. This is timed and gives a score along with the correct answers at the end. Scores are retained in the device’s memory over multiple sessions. The other is designed for teachers to talk through the process. It is […]

## Show The Area

Develop multiplication skills in the context of area of rectangles using this resource. One number is missing from the question but the player must still drag a rectangle to equal the numbers that are included. A wrong answer or exceeding the time limit ends the game. 20 correct wins the game. Go to Show the […]

## Multiplication Grid

Teach and practise multiplication tables up to 12 x 12 on this teaching resource for IWB and mobile devices such as iPads and Android tablets. Selecting practise lets you use this resource to demonstrate or lead whole class exercises from the IWB. Turning of practise gives a timed challenge to complete 5 grids and also […]

## 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 […]

## Nine Digits

A mathematical based puzzle for IWB, iPad and Android that requires some careful numeracy thinking and some informed trial and error. When the resource opens you will see that both multiplication calculations give the same result of 3634. The highest number that can be the answer for both calculations using each of the nine digits […]