Primary National Strategy - Interactive Teaching Programs



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

Twenty cards

This ITP create stacks of numbered cards and individual cards. Cards appear face down. They can be moved around the screen with or without the help of a hidden grid, 'turned over' to display the card's number and deleted. Cards can be sequenced or generated as a random set, to include whole numbers, decimals or fractions.




Run this ITPRun Twenty cards 1.1
twenty cards controls

The ITP can be used to display sets of different numbers that children can compare and order. The stacks created can support work on identifying, describing, extending and generating sequences. Different stacks can be used to display and reorganise particular numbers from which children can hypothesise and go on to explore properties and patterns in numbers.

create cards buttonCreate 20 cards numbered 1 to 20

grid buttonToggle between:
On: cards snap to an invisible grid Off: cards can be placed anywhere

creat a card buttonCreate a single card.

Use the up and down pointers to set the number on the card.

Click on the number to create the card.

deal the cards buttonDeal the cards in one or two rows in numerical order.

shuffle the cards buttonShuffle a stack of cards i.e. put the numbers out of order

create a stack options
Open the create a stack options shown here

make a stack control panelWhen you opt to make a stack or make random numbers a control panel, like this one, opens.

Set the parameters using the pointers to change the numbers and click on 'go' to make the stack.

set parameters

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