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Carroll Diagrams

Designed for Key Stage 2 children however the starter activity is suitable for 6 - 7 year olds.

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Not tablet-friendly

5-11 year olds
Fractions

Learn basic fractions of shapes. This site is a good teaching tool for demonstrating halves, quarters and thirds on an interactive whiteboard. You can download the resource to use offline.

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5-11 year olds
Addition of 2 and 3 Digit Numbers

A useful teacher demonstration tool for use on an Interactive whiteboard. Demonstrate how units or tens are regrouped in addition sums with carrying.

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5-11 year olds
Spin a Number

See if you can beat the computer in this game. It will help you get to know your numbers from 1 to 10.

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3-7 year olds
Number Line

A great number line to practise counting in ones, twos, threes up to tens. Watch how the frog jumps to each new number. A useful teaching tool for use with an interactive whiteboard.

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5-7 year olds
Symmetry

An easy tutorial to help you to learn the names of different shapes or polygons and how to draw lines of symmetry on some of them.

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7-14 year olds
Magic Math Market

A learning course on fractions and decimals which is good at explaining numerators and denominators. Useful for use on an interactive whiteboard.

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7-11 year olds
Polygon Playground

A drag and drop activity where you can experiment with symmetry, tessellations or just design crazy patterns or pictures using shapes. Would work well on an interactive whiteboard as a teacher demonstration tool.

Pupils

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5-11 year olds
Place Value to 100,000

Use the place value chart to find the value of each digit in a number up to 100,000. There is a recording sheet to go with the activity.

Pupils

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7-11 year olds
Multiplication Facts

Test your knowledge of multiplication tables at your own pace. If you make a mistake you get a chance to try again. No frills but it does the job and there is a scoring system.

Pupils

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7-11 year olds
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