## Demonstrate Coordinates

Show how to use coordinates in one, two, or three quadrants using this resource.  Drag the markers around and their respective coordinates will be updated.  These can be covered or uncovered to enable the resource to be used for either demonstration purposes or to facilitate class questioning. Go to demonstrating coordinates teaching resource. […]

## Show The Coordinate

Practise marking coordinates on a 1, 2 and 4 quadrant grid in this learning resources. A coordinate appears at the top.  Tap its location on the grid within the time and move on to the next until you get one wrong or 20 in a row correct. Go to coordinates teaching resource. […]

## Roman Numerals Flashcards

Rather than write your own slides, use this resource to generate Roman numerals for class questioning.  Set the range bands and then generate as many as you want.  The second button gives helpful hints to assist learning such as the decimal equivalents and the places where subtraction needs to be used to work out the […]

## Roman Numerals Complete

Develop fluency with Roman numerals using this resource.  A number appears as well as its Roman numeral equivalent, except there is a space in it.  The player must select the appropriate Roman numeral to fill the space before the timer runs out.  A wrong answer ends the game, correct answers complete it. Three options can […]

## Compare Decimals

Draw 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 […]

## 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 […]

## 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 […]