and extend number sequences
cover the numbers.
1, 4, 7, 10, 13, 16
on number grids
cover the numbers on a number square. Click on a ladybird to make
it fly away.
top button (see left) will show or hide the spots on the ladybirds.
The number of spots can indicate whether the number underneath is
a multiple of 2, 3, 5 or 7. If it is not a multiple of any of these
numbers then one dot is shown. The default is not to show multiples:
each ladybird has one spot.
five buttons on the second row (see above) will make several ladybirds
on the 'change' button for a new number square.
Ladybird 100-square :
part of a standard 1 to 100 number grid
B1: Ladybird Number Square
: the sequences go up or down in regular amounts from 1 to 10.
Count on in twos, threes... on number grids. Six
number grids can be shown.
Click on the number buttons, eg click on the '5' button to generate
a 5x5 grid. Click on the squares to colour them, click again to uncolour
them. Use the coloured buttons to selct from eight colours.
When two squares are coloured in the 'count on' button will appear.
For example if 3 and 6 are coloured in and the 'count on' button is
clicked the following sequence will be coloured in:
3, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18 ....
wants to be a Millionaire?' two-team whiteboard sequences game
shape is the 33rd in a sequence of shapes? Choose from five shapes.
Money is won in the same way as the TV programme "Who Wants
to be a Millionaire?".
Choose to have either one or two shape sequences on the screen (click
the '1' and '2' buttons). The game could be played by two teams
with one person from each team being close to the whiteboard to
select the shape. Each shape sequence panel can be dragged to the
left or right to make it easier for pupils to access the buttons
from either side of the whiteboard.
Shape sequences questions:
what shape is the 33rd in a sequence of shapes? Click on the question
mark to reveal the answer.
of one of the number sequences
sequences made from counters
Four different number sequences
The rule for each number sequence can be explained by look at how
the counters are arranged. Click in the table to reveal hidden terms
of the sequences.
Count on and back in 2s, 3s, 4s and 5s
Count on and back in 6s, 7s, 8s, 9s, 10s
Count on and back in 6s, 7s, 8s, 9s, 10s,
11s, 15s, 19s, 21s and 25s
B10: Count in steps of 0.1, 0.2, 0.25
Ten numbers are in a sequence,
two of them are revealed. What are the missing numbers?
The same amount is added each time.
screenshot of the number generator.
B12: A flexible whiteboard resource
which generates 24 different sets of numbers; similar to a target board.
Options include: multiples,
square numbers, prime numbers, number sequences
the type of numbers to be generated by clicking on the numbered buttons
at the top.
13: multiples, 14: square numbers, 15: prime
numbers, 16: number sequences 1, 17: number sequences
colour of the number can be changed. Select one of 8 colours then
click on a number.
can be put arranged in a grid, click this button
or arranged randomly, click this button
can be grouped by dragging them about.
can be discarded by dragging them to the bin.
can use the resource to match pairs:
eg 3x5 and 15 (times-tables 1)
eg 35 and 70 (doubles)
starts when a set of numbers has been generated. The clock can be
hidden or shown (click the green clock button). It can be stopped
by clicking the 'stop the clock' button!
The clock can be used to see who can match the pairs in the quickest
Multiples 1: multiples of 2, 5, 10 and 50
Multiples 2: multiples of 2, 3, 4 and 5
Multiples 3: multiples of 6, 7, 8 and 9
The plus buttons generate additional numbers
numbers multiples, factors, prime and square numbers.
on this button to hide the menu or control panel.
on this button to show the menu.
will swim about the screen, a bit like fish! Click on the side of
fish tank to create a feeding frenzy.
Click on a fish to stop it moving and drag it about. Use the buttons
shown below to control the fish....
on this button to hide or show the control panel.
sliders on the control panel are used to determine the swimming
speed, the feeding frenzy, how long the feeding frenzy lasts
and the transparency of the fish.
and start the fish
with this button
menu can be at the top or the bottom of the screen. Click at
the top if you want it moving to the top. Click at the bottom
to move it back to the bottom.
and even numbers, multiples
Sorting numbers in a Venn diagram:
odd, even, multiples, greater than, less than.
the number game: use multiples, primes and square numbers
thinks of a number from 1 to 100. Your task is to identify the number
by asking questions such as:
Is it greater than ...? Is it a multiple of..? Is it a square number?
Is it a prime number?
Click on the appropriate buttons to ask the questions. The numbers
that are eliminated are shown in red on the 100 grid. Click on 'the
number is.." when you think you know the number.
You can ask up to ten questions.
B14: Play Guess the
multiples on a number grid. Click on the 'multiple of?' button and
enter a multiple. Click 'ok'.
Click on the 'clear' button to clear the grid.
questions : multiples and factors
totals that are multiples of 5 or 10
factors eg which two numbers are factors of 63?
Digit card problems
the digit cards to make multiples (there might be
more than one solution)
Click on the cards to show/hide the digits. Click on the show/hide
button to show or hide all the digits.
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