The best, free Interactive Whiteboard Resources

Regularly updated to save you time!

Measures

Class Clock

A brilliant tool for helping children tell the time using both analogue and digital times.

Clock

A great teaching clock which gives the time in analogue and digital times. Turn the clock on or back in different time periods.

Telling the Time

A telling the time game which is good for demonstrating vocabulary associated with telling the time. Uses analogue and digital representation. Suitable for lower KS2.

On Time - Advanced Level

Set the time on the analogue clock using the hours and minutes hand. This will really test your knowledge of telling the time!

Telling the Time

This site can help you to read the time on an analogue clock. Different levels, including: reading time to the nearest hour, half hour, quarter hour, five minutes or minute. Options include 24 hour clock.

Twenty-four Hour Clock

This site explains the 24 hour clock. It explains how the digital numbers are read and there is an interactive test.

Measures

A maths game which combines measuring length and weight with data handling skills. It is suitable for 10 to 11 year olds. Useful learning how to read data from a table.

Balance Scales

This simple to use site has balance scales which shows how things used to be weighed but it uses grams.

Understanding Measures

This maths 'booster' activity can help children to differentiate different units of metric measurement and read scales. Enter the names of the measures in full rather than the shortened versions.

Temperature

Learn to read a thermometer. Useful for getting to grips with reading lots of different scales. Also work out the difference in temperature between two thermometers.

Dartboard - Rounding

Use an image of a dartboard to reinforce rounding skills to the nearest 10, 100, 1000 or whole number when using decimals. Either choose to reveal the answers or input answers. Includes rounding pounds, metres and kilograms.

Geoboard

A useful teaching tool for demonstrating shapes, perimeters and areas. Create compound shapes by combining bands.

Interactive Teaching Program on Area

This interactive teaching tool can be used in a variety of mathematical contexts such as multiplication arrays, finding different shapes with the same area, nets and more. It is useful because there are different backgrounds such as dots.