Random Spinners – Visnos The spinners can be used simply to generate random numbers. Or try the built in activities, the first a game requires children to use their skills to reach a target number by adding, subtracting or multiplying Read More …
Polygon Explorer – Visnos Create and manipulate polygons, examine how the interior and exterior angles change as the number of sides increase. Drag vertices, use a protractor or ruler to measure angles and length properties
Fish Times Tables Learning the times tables is extremely important, this activity can quickly demonstrate any tables value. The visual representation allows children to grasp very quickly that multiplication is commutative i.e 3×4 is the same as 4×3.
Calculate Percent Fraction Decimal Starter. A spinner creates a random number. The class then have one min to multiply the value by percentages ,fractions or decimal values. Makes a great lesson starter to get brains active. Also provides discussion for Read More …
Sieve of Eratosthenes Named after the Greek Mathematician. This classic method of finding prime numbers is also great for teaching about factors and multiples. The visnos sieve allows for multi colored squares this allows identification of any numbers prime factors.
Time, Angles & Fractions This activity has many uses. Display the current time analogue or digital. The clock hands can be dragged to show different times. The clock can also demonstrate angles and has been updated for fractions and percentages Read More …
Basic Angles Learn to recognise acute, obtuse, reflex and right angles. Create and investigate problems involving complementary or supplementary angles, intersecting lines and angles at a point. Angles can be automatically displayed or measured using a protractor
Percentage Fraction Decimal Grid Divide a square or circle up into a number of parts. The slices or rectangles can be painted various colors and these colors then represented as either decimals, fractions or percentages.
Fraction Wall Drag the numbers from the right onto the answers to the 13 times table. You can change the times table by clicking on a button.
Fast Factors Drag the numbers from the right onto the answers to the 13 times table. You can change the times table by clicking on a button.
2x Table Bar demonstrates the bar method of visualising multiplication. Drag the bar to be multiplied and then click it the required number of times. Resize the top section to match. Repeat with the equivalent calculation. Aids understanding of concept Read More …
Click on the number hidden by Lulu in the boxes below to release the friend. Counting to 9. 3 levels – numbers missing in higher levels
Click the numbers 1 to 9 in order, then reverse order
Put in a number and check if it is prime. Some challenges to do
See how quickly the donuts add up when their number increases by doubling.
Use positive and negative numbers to move up or down to shoot at a series of virus pods that Hacker is placing in various areas of a Cybersite.
Find the missing number in the sequence. Negative numbers are included.
Find the missing number in the number sequences
sequences: difficult – multi-part sequences!
Continue the flower patterns. 3 levels
Some gaps in the sequence of heads. Work out the sequence then complete.
Hover the mouse over the sequence to see the hidden head then complete the sequence
Look at the attributes of the heads in the sequence and complete the sequence. tough
Predict how many different outfits can be made from up to 5 different jumpers and up to 4 different trousers.
Balance the scales and work out the relative values of each shape.
In Crack Hacker’s Safe, the player must complete a sequence of patterns to open the lock on Hacker’s safe.
Use fractions to solve the whodunit
Develop counting and addition using these four games. These frames of 10 can be a helpful way to learn basic number facts.
Comprehensive graph making site. Print, download or email results.
Count how many bananas the monkey eats. Click on the corresponding number on the left of the page. Numbers up to 4