## 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 […]

## Geoboard

A classroom staple, the Geoboard is good for teaching many things.  Shapes, symmetry, and coordinates.  Use this one for all of these as a grid and axes numbers can be toggled on and off.  Drag the bands on to the screen and then manipulate them. This resource is available for free online use or […]

## Symmetry Shapes

A teaching resource for use on IWBs and iPads for demonstrating symmetry.  From left to right the buttons let you: Have the existing shape move to a new position. Check whether the drawn reflection is correct. Clear the user’s drawing. Move on to another shape. Select from a vertical, horizontal or diagonal mirror line. To […]

## Symmetry Counters

An update to an older resource. Use this IWB and tablet compatible teaching resource to demonstrate placing counters to show symmetry across a mirror line.  Click ‘New’ for a new arrangement.  Click ‘Check’ to find out how many are wrong.  Click ‘V/H/D Line’ to change between a horizontal,vertical and diagonal mirror line. Go to symmetry teaching resource. […]

## 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 […]

## Flash Virtual Mirror

This teaching and learning resource presents you with a virtual mirror to use on your interactive whiteboard. Drag the on-screen mirror to reflect the different pictures and diagrams. […]

## Flash Rotational Symmetry

Demonstrate the use of tracing paper in checking the rotational symmetry of a shape. Using “virtual” tracing paper you can demonstrate this method using an interactive whiteboard. Place a shape. Place the tracing paper then draw on to it using the interactive whiteboard. […]