Counting on and back
Decimal number line
Remainders after division
Tell the time
This ITP allows you colour the equilateral triangles set out on an isometric grid. The grid can be hidden or become an isometric pin board. An 'elastic band' can be stretched around the pins to create outlines. One of three different rhombuses can be selected and dragged to different positions on the grid. These three rhombuses can be locked together to form the isometric view of a cube. Skeleton outlines of rows and columns of cubes can be formed this way and by colouring in two adjacent triangles, coloured faces can be created.
Run Isometric grid 1.6
The flexibility offered by the ITP allows it to be used to support a variety of teaching and learning contexts in mathematics. It can be used in conjunction with the Area ITP to look at the nets of 3-D shapes represented on the isometric grid.
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