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Decanting Puzzle

A problem solving exercise where you need to fill and empty the containers to arrive at a certain amount of water. Different levels of difficulty make this quite a challenge. Fill and empty containers by dragging them onto the tap.

Pupils

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7-11 year olds
What's Wrong?

Spot what is wrong in the multiplication calculation. Covers two digit multiplication by a single digit and also by double digits. Useful on an interactive whiteboard.

Teachers, Pupils

Not tablet friendly

9-11 year olds
Learn your Multiplication Tables

If you struggle with your times tables then there are some good tips for learning them here.

Pupils

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7-11 year olds
Co-ordinates, Lines and Curves

This site has a series of Microsoft Excel spreadsheets which can help with graph work. Each has teachers' notes.

Teachers

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11-14 year olds
Turning Man

Click on the turning man to see him make a quarter turn, half turn, three-quarters turn and whole turn. This resource is a useful teaching aid in full-screen mode, for demonstrating turns on an interactive whiteboard.

Teachers, Pupils

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5-7 year olds
The Number System

An interactive whiteboard teaching resource demonstrating place value and multiplying and dividing by 10 and 100 by moving the position of digits.

Teachers

Not tablet friendly

8-11 year olds
Lattice Multiplication Animation

An animation which demonstrates the lattice method of long multiplication. Suitable for use on an interactive whiteboard. You can pause the animation at any stage.

Teachers, Pupils

Not tablet friendly

9-12 year olds
Clockworks

A challenging telling the time game where you need to not only tell the time but answer problems such as 'What time will it be in 8 hours?'

Pupils

Not tablet friendly

7-9 year olds
Piggy Bank

Add up the coins and share the money equally between the two piggy banks.

Pupils

Not tablet friendly

6-8 year olds
Division

The concept of grouping and sharing in terms of division is explained along with an explanation that division is the inverse of multiplication.

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Not tablet friendly

7-11 year olds
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