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55 Interactive teaching tools for Mathematics

The following interactive teaching tools have been produced by the National Numeracy Strategy for use within the DML.
Though contained on the discs which are accompanying the unit plans, their use extends far wider than within a particular year group or term.

You can run them from rupertcollins.com just by clicking on the link or you can download them onto your computer by right clicking (hold control then click on a mac) and selecting 'Save Target As...' - you will then be given the option to save it onto your computer.

If you run them from rupertcollins.com use the back button to get back to this page.


These are Flash Files:
Most computers have Flash already installed, if not see opposite.

After viewing these to get back to this page use the 'Back' button (top left). The Quit button does not work on the Internet.

  1. Area
  2. Area version 2
  3. Calculating Angles
  4. Carroll diagram
  5. Coordinates
  6. Counting on and back
  7. Data handling
  8. Data handling version 2
  9. Decimal Number Line
  10. Difference
  11. Division grid
  12. Fixing Points
  13. Fractions
  14. Grouping
  15. Isometric grid
  16. Line Graph
  17. Measuring cylinder
  18. Measuring scales
  19. Multiplication Facts
  20. Multiplication Grid
  21. Number Dials
  22. Number Facts
  23. Number grid
  24. Number grid version 2
  25. Number line
  26. Number line version 2
  27. Ordering Numbers
  28. Place Value
  29. Polygon
  30. Ruler
  31. Sorting 2D shapes
  32. Symmetry
  33. Tell the time
  34. Thermometer
  35. Venn Diagram
  36. 20 Cards

The following are exe files and may not run on your network without being installed. Click on Open or Run to run it from here or Save to save the program to your computer. They may take a while to load the first time you use them. Click on Quit to get back to this page.

  1. Bread Sticks
  2. Function Blocks
  3. Function Machine - this is an exe file you may not be able to use this at school unless you install it
    Help on how to use
  4. Handy Graph - draws block graphs. - this is an exe file you may not be able to use this at school unless you install it
    Help on how to use
  5. Moving Digits
  6. Multiplication Array
  7. Multiplication Board
  8. Multiplication Tables
  9. Number Spinners
  10. Number Strengths
  11. Ratio and Proportion
  12. Remainders after Divison
  13. What's my Angle - to practise skills of estimating and measuring angles. - this is an exe file you may not be able to use this at school unless you install it
    Help on how to use
For the Flash Files

To download the latest version of Flash click on the logo below.
Take the tick out of the box to include Yahoo toolbar to just get Flash.
 
Get Flash

- this only takes a very short time. Click on the logo to open a new window. To get back to this page close the window.

The following are java script - they should work on your computer. They may take a while to load the first time you use them. Use the back button to get back to this page.

  1. Counter - Counting machine
    Help on how to use
  2. Minimax - helps you to understand the effects of large and small digits on the operations addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
    Help on how to use
  3. Monty - exploration of various 10 x 10 number grids.
    Help on how to use
  4. Play Train - click the mouse on the appropriate number. This number appears on the carriage door and passengers appear in the carriage windows.
    Help on how to use
  5. Take part - show shapes being divided into halves, thirds or quarters.
    Help on how to use
  6. Toy Shop - a game for two players (or groups of players). Players take turns to select a coin to pay towards the cost of the displayed toy. The winner is the player who lays down the coin to make up the exact cost of the toy.
    Help on how to use



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