## Geoboard – Math Learning Center

Geoboard is a tool for exploring a variety of mathematical topics introduced in the primary school. Children stretch bands around the pegs to form line segments and polygons and make discoveries about perimeter, area, angles, congruence, fractions, and more.

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## Shape Reveal – Primary Resources

The shape is revealed bit by bit – pause and discuss, predict. Choices are 2D, including irregular polygons, or quadrilaterals, with and without rotation.

## Shifting shapes – ICT Games

Recognise the 2D shape – Yr1

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## Shifting Shapes – ICT Games

What is the simple 2D shape? – Rec

## Shapes 1 – David Hellam

Pelmanism – match each regular 2D shape to its name

## Shape sorter – DFES

sort shapes by rectangles and red in a Carroll diagram. No errors possible.

## Shapes – David Hellam

Use the mouse to make your character pick up the shapes and take them to the right box – matching word and image – but do not get caught by the robots.

## Quadrilaterals 1 – David Hellam

Pelmanism – Match quadrilateral’s name to its shape Yr 6

## Making Rectangles – NVLM

Combine pentominoes to make different rectangles

## Shape Match 1 – David Hellam

Math the shape (described in words) with the card that contains it as one of its four featured shapes, then click the correct shape. Complicated but interesting

## Vortex! – PBS Kids

Visual discrimination – find matching shape quickly

## Shape Match 2 – David Hellam

Pelmanism – Match shapes cards. Some have 4 shapes on them

## Pentominoes – NGFL Cymru

Find 12 pentominoes. Use in activities: Find line and rotational symmetry, Investigate which will tessellate with or without rotation, fit the shapes into rectangles

## Shape sorting – NNS

Sort 2D shapes into 3 boxes according right angles. Only correct sorting possible.

## Matho Geometry – AplusMath

Maths Bingo using flashcard and recoignising properties of shapes

## Polygon matching – Math Playground

turn cards to match shapes with names

## Polygons shape sorter – Crick

sort polygons into quads and not quads, regular and irregular. Note – wrong answer not accepted so can be done without thought. KS2

## Sorting Shapes – Venn DIagram – MathsFrame

Sort a variety of 2D shapes on a Venn diagram. Sort by one or two conditions.

## virtual Pinboard 4 – Crick

Explore 2D shapes on this virtual pinboard where you can control the pinboard background and transpency of the shape, as well as the number of vertices. KS2

## Memory Shapes – Primary Resources

See three shapes and hear their names in order then click on them in the shape bank in the same order

## POLYHEDRA

Wire diagrams of 29 different polyhedra to rotate and explore

## Polyhedra Activity – Math Forum

Explore the 5 regular polyhedra yr 6

## Polyhydra – NGFL Cymru

Investigate faces, edges and vertices of polyhedra

## Polyhedron Generator – Maths Museum

Create polyedra, rotates them, then stellates, truncates, expands etc . Incredible number of variations

## Polyhedron Test – Maths Museum

7 polyhedra displayed as solids or wires. Answer questions about properties – number of sides, faces, vertices; its name.

## Matching Pairs 3D shape game – Crick

Pelmanism with 3d shapes – more a memory game than maths!! KS2

## Shifting Shapes – ICT Games

Recognise the 3d solid – Yr2

## 3D Shapes – David Hellam

Match the regular 3D solids with their names in this pelmanism game

## 3d Boxes – David Hellam

How many cubes needed to make the 3D solid? Visualize.

## Buried 3D Shapes – Simon Evans

Weird and beautiful landscapes with 3D shapes to match to named geometric models.

## Interactive Geometry – 3D – Maths Net

Use cubes to construct 3d structures from plan and two elevations. Print out but no check for correct.

## Castle Shapes – Ngfl Cymru

Identify properties of 2-D shapes, categorise with Venn diagram. Investigate shape congruence. Use 3D shapes to investigate castle structure

## Pentominoes – Ngfl Cymru

find the 12 pentominoes, identify symmjetry, fit together in a rectangle yr 5/6

## 3-D Shapes – Birmingham

Revision of 2D and 3D shapes for Yr 6

## Pattern Blocks – Fraction Shapes

Java applet that implements pattern blocks typically used to visualize and learn fractions

## Symmetry – ngfl Cymru – Greg Morgan

A variety of activities

## Symmetry Webquest – Visual Learning

Big site with lots about all kinds or symmetry upper KS2

## Calamity’s Quest – BBC – Starship

Help Captain Calamity free Princess Amber from the Evil Ruler’s castle.

## Java Kali

Very clever stuff – draws symmetrical and repeated designs

## Symmetry Game – Innovations Learning

Test understanding of symmetry

## Symmetrizer – PBS Kids

reflections and angles through experimentation with a kaleidoscope.

## Symmetry – Buzz Maths

refelctions across the x and y axes.

## Symmetry sorter – Crick

Sort shapes into symmetrical and non-symmetrical. Choice of forcing correct placing or not. KS2

## Reflection – Primary Resources

Choose single reflection grid or 4 quadrant grid. Choose to colour in squares on a grid and reflect them or to complete a challenge in either grid.

## Symmetry – Primary Resources

Draws half a shape with a line of symmetry then completes shape and removes line.

## Rotation – Primary Resources

Change the shape in thefirst quadrant and click the rotation buttons to see the shape rotated 90 or 45 degrees around the origin into the other quadrants

## Tangrams – PBS Kids

use 7 Tangram puzzle pieces to create up to 13 shapes.

## Tangram – Ambleweb

Make pictures with tangrams

## Tangrams – Channel 4 Maths

Put the tangrams back into a square – 4 levels

## Tangram – Crick

Make the picture/shape imndicated with the tangram pieces

## Tangrams – Enchanted Mind

arrange the tangram pieces to make the picture given

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## The gold coin – Lulu

Find the gold coin in the grid. Use coordinates to search squares

## Coordinates – Active Maths

Work out coordinates of shapes in all four quadrants, or turn off three for first quadrant only. Click browser refresh to remove login box. Yr 3-6

## Reflections & coordinates – Active Maths

Reflect shapes horizontally, vertically or diagonally in 4 quadrants. Click browser refresh to remove login box. Y6

## Co-ordinate Game – Birmingham

eight games using coordinates

## Dino Dig – Count On

Enter coordinates of line intersections to find the dinosaur hidden in the grid

## Worm Hunt- EChalk

Click on line intersections on the grid, coordinates are shown. Distance given to worm – refine to get it. Yr 6

## Locate the Aliens – Math Playground

Give the coordinate (in all foru quadrants) of aliens. Timed

## Space Boy to the Rescue – Math Playground

Drag Spaceboy to the given coordinates (in all four quadrants) to find the lost aliens. Timed.

## Co-ordinates – Reasoning about… – MathsFrame

Find missing coordinates of shape, reflected in a mirror line, or the midpoints of straight lines. Choose first quadrant, or all four quadrants

## Billy Bug coordinates – Oswego

Move the bug to the place indicated by the coordinates (line intersections) yr 3/4?

## Billy bug 2 – Oswego

coordinates of line intersections in four quadrants

## Coordinates – Primary Resources

Place the cross where the given coordinates identify the line intersection.

## Coordinates 2 – Primary Resources

Identify the coordinates of the cross marking the line intersection.

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## Transmographer – Interactivate

reflect, rotate and translate shapes in all four quadrants Yr 6

## Rotation – Primary Resources

Change the shape in thefirst quadrant and click the rotation buttons to see the shape rotated 90 or 45 degrees around the origin into the other quadrants

## Locate the Aliens – Math Playground

Give the coordinate (in all four quadrants) of aliens. timed

## Reflections & coordinates – Active Maths

Reflect six different shape horizontally, vertically or diagonally in 4 quadrants, with line-intersection coordinates or letters at corners. Yr 6. Free sample of subscription site – click browser refresh to remove login box.

## Using a protractor – Active Maths

Position the protractor over the angle, read the scale, zoom in. Browser refresh will get rid of login box .

## Angle Activities – Ambleweb

Explore angle properties

## Protractor What’s my Angle- Ambleweb

Giant protractor measuring angles – classic resource

## Hitting the Target – Angles Through Sports

Measuring angle, right angle, acute angles and obtuse angles (Key Stage 2)

## Angles 1 – David Hellam

Match drawn angle picture with size of angle in degrees Yr5 & 6

## Bearings – David Hellam

Match bearings (360 degrees) with compass diagram in this Pelmanism game Yr 5 & 6

## Guess the Random Angle – Primary Res

Demondtrate angles with protractor to 1, 5 or 10 degrees. Estimate angles – Acute, Obtuse or either, Protractor on or off.