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Pictograph Maker: FREE Online Pictogram creator

Pictograph Maker: FREE Online Pictogram creator | Technology for school | Scoop.it

Primary Technology have made a great Pictograph tool that can be used to create a graph in seconds.

 

Fully editable; provides code to embed into HTML based resources / quizzes etc.

 

Ideal for Functional Skills / Functional Maths.


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A+ Click

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A+ Click is a collection of math problems, puzzles, and brain teasers on numbers, geometry, algebra, data analysis, probability, and word probles.

 

Practice Mathematics!

 

Looking for some good practice activities for your learners to use in the "Flipped Classroom"/ in their own time?

 

A+ Click could be the answer.

 

Learners receive instant feedback on questions and when learners answer enough questions correctly they are asked if they want to move up to the harder level or stay at the same level.

 

A+ Click is a free site full of online mathematics games for students at all grade levels.

 

Just...
- select a grade level, then
- select a topic.

 

OR

- select just a topic (or just a grade level) and browse through all of the games.

Learners don't need to register in order to play the games.


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3-D Shapes

The Shapes Resource on the Birmingham Grid For Learning website is an Interactive site for reviewing both 2D and 3D shapes.

 

The site does a good job defining and introducing 2D shapes and, the 3D shape section, is one of the best resources for understanding 3D shapes.


Investigation of 3D shapes includes an interactive 3D model of each of the 3D shapes that learners can control by touching on the control buttons.

 

In addition, each 3D shape has an accompanying net that practitioners or learners can print out and construct individual 3D shapes.

 

This is a great resource to share with other functional skills / functional maths practitioners.


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101questions

What is the first question that comes to your mind?

 

For any practitioner seeking to engage maths learners, Dan Meyer’s 101questions site, is a resource that is wort a closer look!

 

Images and videos are posted on the website, and registered users are invited to pose questions, using 140 characters or less.

 

After asking a question, users can check to see what others have asked.

 

I’ve had fun browsing the website, and I’m pretty sure there’s potential here for engaging maths learners.


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