Useful place value teaching resources for use on an interactive whiteboard. They cover hundreds, tens and units, money and decimals. With some you will need to drag the Diennes blocks to represent the number you want.How Much Left?
Lots and lots of money problems here where you need to work out change from amounts from 10p up to £1.00. It works well on an interactive whiteboard and is good for starter or plenary activities.In the Box
A versitile IWB teaching resource! It has all sorts of uses: rounding, percentages, fractions, prime numbers, product, difference...the list goes on. Fantastic for starters and plenaries.Inverse Machines 2
Click on the number to send it through the function machine. What number will come out? Versatile because there are lots of options: adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing, doubling, number bonds and lots more.Match the Times
A flexible matching pairs game which can help you to tell the time.Gordon's Multiplication
A good resource for seeing multiplication sums in pictures, both objects and arrays. You can also see how the multiplication sums are recorded. You can also try to answer questions yourself to test your times tables.Magic Squares
Make each row, column and diagonal add up to the magic total. Some magic squares have some numbers already in to get you going.Inverse Machines
This IWB teaching resource has a simple function machine but with the difference that the numbers can be reversed. This is useful for teaching one more, ten more and addition and subtraction.Questionaut
A curious quest through magical lands. It will test your knowledge of English, maths and science. Your mission: to recover your friend's hat!Area and Perimeter
An animated tutorial using real-life examples of how to find the perimeter and area of rooms. It has interactive examples and print-out resources too. Designed for 10-11 year olds.