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.
Decimals and reading scales come together in this app as the player needs to mark where the given number appears on the number line. Twenty correct answers in a row are needed to complete the challenge. Go to Decimal Line teaching resource. Another resource dealing with decimals can be found here:Compare Decimals
Use greater than and less than signs to compare decimals. Draw the sign on the blue surface before the time bar runs out. After 10 questions the timer speeds up. If you start to draw the wrong sign turn it into a scribble or continue off the surface to cancel and start the sign again…if you […]
A 100 Number square can come in useful for many math explanations so here’s a new one that will work on all devices including iPad, tablets and interactive whiteboards. It lets you choose whether it runs from top to bottom or bottom to top. You can also choose if the numbers run from 0 to […]
Use this challenging iPad, Android or IWB resource to teach and practise mathematical reasoning based on column addition skills. All of the numbers to make a complete addition are given by the resource. The player needs to switch the tiles around to make it correct. The tiles in the question and answer parts can, and […]
This teaching resource for iPad, Android, and IWB is for visualising addition for younger learners. Generate a new addition (maximum sum of 20) cover one of the numbers and use the counters to represent the numbers being added. The counters can be picked up and placed in the containers to assist in this explanation. In […]
This teaching resource, compatible with iPad and Android tablets, provides a chance to practise completing additions where one of the numbers to add is missing. Drag the tiles on the right to fill in the blank space. A correct answer results in the addition disappearing. An incorrect answer leaves the addition there but also adds […]