Index

Area
Calculating angles
Coordinates
Counting on and back
Data handling
Decimal number line
Difference
Division Grid
Fixing points
Fractions
Grouping
Isometric grid
Line graph
Measuring cylinder
Measuring scales
Moving digits
Multiplication facts
Multiplication grid
Number dials
Number facts
Number grid
Number line
Number spinners
Ordering numbers
Place value
Polygon
Remainders after division
Ruler
Symmetry
Tell the time
Thermometer
Twenty cards

Area

This ITP allows you to colour in cells on a grid, a full cell or half a cell, or to place a circular counter into a cell. There are three choices of grid size: 5 by 5, 10 by 10 or 20 by 20. The grid can be hidden or replaced by a pin board around the points of which rubber bands can be stretched.

Run Area 2.2

The making of different shapes and patterns can support the teaching of number, shape and space and problem solving, for example, to identify the positions of counters in a given sequence or to find the number of nets of an open cube. The flexibility offered by the ITP allows it to be used to support a variety of teaching and learning contexts in mathematics.

 Up to two 'elastic bands' can be stretched to enclose areas. You can chose elastic bands with 4, 8 or 12 points. Place a marker dot on the grid. Press and drag it to any point. Use the marker as a reference when discussing rotation around a point. The lock button locks all the cells so that they cannot be coloured. This prevents cells being changed when you want to touch them to make a teaching point. Set the grid size to 5x5, 10x10 or 20x20

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