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Google Earth Lessons

Created by an American teacher from the sunny Florida, this site has a vast array of lesson ideas and tutorials for teachers. It looks at how to use Google Earth to teach a whole array of subjects including mathematics, history, geography and citizenship. Well worth a look! icon-desktop  Click Here

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DreamBox Learning

An American site which has 25 different interactive maths activities that will suit F-5 of the maths curriculum.  Very simple and easy to use. Includes activities at various year level on: Number Sense and Equivalence Addition and Subtraction icon-desktop  Click Here icon-tablet  Also available on the iPad

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Teacher LED: MATHS

A website with a series of Flash based resources for the teaching of mathematics.   icon-desktop Click Here  icon-tablet Also available: Numeracy Basics for iPad

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Illuminations – Maths Collection

Rather than citing all  their resources separately, I invite you to explore this very rich collection of over 100 maths resources. With interactive activities that range from R -12 this is a really valuable place to stock up your collection. I really like the Dynamic Paper creator as it helps with the gaps in some […]

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Illuminiations – Turtle Pond

This Turtle Pond activity is perfect for Lower Primary maths.  Particularly when dealing with the content requirements for Location and Transformation from the Australian Curriculum (Year 1 onwards).  A simple flash-based activity that can be used on an IWB to model and then on individual machines with pupils to practice. Help the turtle get to […]

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Shodor Interactive Maths Activities

This is a very rich resource of interactive activities that can be used on an Interactive Whiteboard.  288 activities ready to go! Topics covered include: Number and Operations, Geometry, Algebra, Probability, Statistics,  Modeling, Discrete, Trigonometry, and Calculus Age range: Grades 3-5,    Grades 6-8 ,   Grades 9-12  and  Undergraduate These resources can be sorted […]

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Algebra Arrow

From developer Pete Boon, we have a handy applet (made in Java) that will allow you to make arithmetic arrows.  Input/Output fields (white) can be connected to operation fields (yellow) using arrows. From an operation field an arrow can be drawn to an input/output field to show the results. With the results you can calculate […]

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Scott Foresman’s eTools

These maths resources are excellent examples of free interactive whiteboard activities that are visually appealing and can be differentiated to suit your learner. With the help of Pearson Education, Scott’s resource is an excellent tool filled with a wide range of maths activities.  These include: and much more! icon-desktop Click here

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Figure This

A series of animated maths problems that can be displayed on your IWB for a quick warm-up /plenary activity.  Not interactive but very visual.  The site contains problems on: Algebra Equations, linear (8)Stamps, (30)Smiles, (58)Gone Fishin’, (74)The Race Functions, compare & contrast (7)Double or Not, (50)Animal Ages Graphs of Lines (8)Stamps, (50)Animal Ages, (65)Tan-Don’t Burn Modeling problems (1)Line Up!, (29)Salaries, (42)Rose Bowl, (44)Table for 19, […]