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 […]

# Tag: iPad

## 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 […]

## Angle Measure

Show how to use an angle measurer on an IWB or tablet. Generate new angles at the tap of a button. To help reading of the scale use the handy magnifier facility. Go to angle measure teaching resource. […]

## 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 […]

## Reading Scales: Temperature

For lessons on reading temperature from a scale. This resource includes two thermometers to read. One that covers only positive celsius numbers and one that dips into negatives. Useful for group and class teaching when you need plenty of scale examples to read from. Tap scale to change the temperature range. Tap New for a […]

## Reading Scales: Mass

For lessons where you need an unending amount of scales to read from. This resource generates new measurements of mass on various kilogram and gram scales. Useful on IWB or tablets for class teaching about reading scales. Tap Dial to change the scales. Tap New to generate a new measurement. Go to reading scales teaching […]

## Just A Clock

A single,simple plain analogue clock for you to use however you wish with your students. On an IWB for whole class work on a tablet for individual or group work. Just move and drag the hands. Go to Just a Clock teaching resource. […]