## Clock

A fully-featured interactive classroom clock for teaching time to kids either at school or when homeschooling.  Toggle learning aids on or off.  Add a digital display.  Freely pick the time or lock it to 5 minute intervals. Use the interactive classroom clock for free. […]

## Multiplication Grid

An interactive multiplication grid for teaching times tables in the classroom or when homeschooling.  It is also a useful times tables reference tool for children at home or in school.  Hide, colour or ‘jiggle’ the different tiles. Go to multiplication square resource. […]

## 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.   Go to free online Geoboard resource. […]

## Carroll Diagram

This interactive classroom resource is for teaching about Carroll diagrams and for practising using Carroll diagrams. It is built around sorting multiples so it is also useful for kids to practise times tables.  There are two modes: Demonstration Mode:  This is untimed and unscored.  It gives immediate feedback and numbers can be moved repeatedly.  Teachers […]

## Venn Chart

This interactive Venn diagram resource for the classroom or homeschooling is based around times tables and multiples. The challenge mode is for kids to practise sorting multiples on a Venn diagram.  This is timed and gives a score along with the correct answers at the end of the challenge. Scores are retained in the device’s memory […]

## 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. […]

## 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 […]